Pecan Picking


Pecan Picking season is OVER

Next Harvest June 2024

Pecan picking is only once a year on the June Long Weekend.
Pecan picking season is OVER until June 2024.
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The Orchard was originally full of Orange trees, but the original farmers Myra and Harold Hunt, re-planted Pecan trees in the 1980s.
Myra lived to be 100 years old and was our Great-Aunt.

Pecan trees can live and produce for hundreds of years.

Harvest is once a year in May-June.
There are 400 trees in the orchard.

Common wildlife that you can see on the farm: White Cockatoos, Black Cockatoos, Parrots, Kookaburras, Deer, Rabbits & Ducks.
Pecan trees are a species of Hickory.
The Orchard is home to a family of wild deer, who frequently pass through.

The orchard changes every season.
Buds start appearing in mid October and they fully bloom through November until March.
In April through June they turn a golden yellow colour, and drop their leaves as we harvest.
The trees are bare from July-October.

The Farm
Pecan Lady
First Planted
Harvest Festival
June Each Year
Glamping central coast pecan lady orchard
Early Morning fog in the orchard.
Yearly Harvest kg
Harvest Festival Attendees
Years Running