Fathers Day on the farm at Bilpin Cider Co - Picnics Sold out
Fathers Day is fast approaching (Sunday September 6th) and we are delighted to announce the return of live music to the farm and the welcome return of The Glenn Watson Jazz Quartet. Glenn and his team have played here in the past and we are looking forward to the rhythms of Jazz once again ringing out over the Bilpin Cider Farm.
Bookings for Picnics on the day are now full .
We ask all visitors to follow our COVID safety plan - including signing in every visitor and maintaining social distancing.
In line with NSW State Governments direction, our COVID safety plan has been updated to reflect the following:
All visitors must sign into the venue before entering.
Groups larger than 10 will not be permitted into the venue;
Patrons consuming food and beverages on site must remain in their dining areas with no co-mingling.
Insomuch as our venue incorporates 10 acres of outdoor space that is available to visitors, patrons still have access to the farm area and our friendly Alpacas and sheep.
Bilpin Cider Co’s principal concern during this time is for the health and safety of our staff and visitors. We have ample hand sanitiser available, we strictly enforce social distancing principals and we reserve the right to restrict visitor numbers when necessary.
Picnic Bookings will be limited to 7 bookings per hour (from 11am through to 3pm) and will need to be paid in advance. Please call 1300 BILPIN or 02 4567 0704 and we will get back to you.
Due to COVID our picnic blankets will NOT be available, so we suggest visitors bring their own if preference is to dine on the lawn.
The Cellar Door Experience
You can now shop online, customise your own mixed case of Bilpin Cider alcoholic and non alcoholic varieties and have it delivered to your door.
At Bilpin Cider Co, we create our product from freshly crushed fruit - there is no added sugar, syrups or artificial flavours.
Steeped in history, the tiny hamlet of Bilpin is located in the heart of NSW's Blue Mountains region. Surrounded by World Heritage listed mountains, majestic rivers and six national parks, the fertile soil, mountain elevation and mild climate have all contributed to Bilpin's reputation as one of the premium orchard growing regions in Australia.