There is one entry fee, $12 for adults on weekends and kids under 12 are free. Then you’re free to explore the grounds. The stone fruit orchard is a stunning place to take a wander with your family through the pink and white blossom, which smells heavenly. As well as plenty of photo opportunities, it’s also a lovely spot to throw down a picnic rug.
It’s no secret that everyone wants their photos to be Insta-worthy. So, they’ve added some super cute photo props dotted around the orchard that will make your photos stand out.
There’s a PERTHfectly pink caravan!
Plus pink pianos, telephone boxes, thrones, floral arches and more to seek out.
There are a few market stalls, some selling fresh farm produce, as well as over 20 food vans, an ice cream van and a coffee van so if you didn’t want to take along a picnic, there are other options.
And good news for dog lovers – your pets are welcome too. Ruby enjoyed walkies around the blossoms.
The Blossom Festival days can get very busy so be prepared to queue for some of the activities and food. This year more parking has been made available, be sure to get weekend parking tickets online. Portaloos are available on site.
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