Sanders Apples

Sanders Apples is a third generation, family owned and operated, apple orchard nestled in the picturesque Yarra Valley. During the apple picking season, the open orchard grounds give you the unique opportunity to pick your own apples and participate in tractor tours. 

U-Pick 
Take your time wandering through the rows of apple trees, hand pick apples straight from the tree and enjoy a picnic lunch in the beautiful surroundings.

Tractor Rides 

Enjoy a 15 minute scenic tractor ride around the orchard grounds. 

Meet the Farmer Tractor Tours

Explore the orchard grounds on a 45 minute guided tractor tour. See first hand how an orchard operates and gain an understanding of the apple growing process. 
 

Opening Dates 

The apple picking season runs from February to May each year with the orchard open on selected dates during this time. Please see the website for a full list of opening dates and times. 

Private bookings are also available throughout the year.  Please contact Sanders Apples for more information.

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