Located on the edge of the
Great Dividing Range, Batlow is famous around Australia for its apples, in quality and quantity. The town produces over 1.6 million cases, or around 10% of Australia’s apples and its main landmark, ‘The Big Apple’ is
testament to the fruits importance to the region. Between March and April each year the town is teeming with fruit pickers there to pick all those apples.
Harvest Work in Batlow
October to April Picking Stonefruit
December to January Picking Cherries
March to May Picking Apples
June to November, Tree pruning