"Our family initially had a flour mill and then bought the farm in 1909," explained Michelle Magarey, from Magarey Orchard.
"We've even got some of the original trees," she added. "They're not bearing the best of fruit these days, but they are stunning – you can really see the heritage of them been a work horse for all those seasons of fruits."
"The community is often lost in today's modern life, and this a real opportunity to experience real fruit straight from the tree and into your mouth," said Michelle. "It's not been frozen for a year before hitting the shelves."