The shop will open as soon as we start picking cherries.
Right now our cherries need a few more nice warm sunny days to be perfect as usual. BOM tells us it’s coming!
Please read these important details about the Express Post service:
Important note: this year Christmas falls (rather inconveniently for cherries) on a Tuesday. We don’t like to leave our cherries in Aus Post warehouses during the weekend where we have no control.
Normal Express overnight delivery postcodes – we will post by Thursday 20 December at your own risk, preferably Wednesday 19 December.
Out of area Express Post codes we will prefer to post by Wednesday 19 December.
If you are in a delivery area that has Saturday morning collection, we could post by Friday 21 December at your own risk, but preferably by Thursday 20 December.
We prefer you to receive our cherries before the weekend so that you can keep them cool in the fridge where they will keep be perfectly for Christmas day.
With our Express Post option our guarantee to you is that we pick your cherries in the morning each day from Monday to Thursday, cool them down for a few hours and Express Post them to you in the afternoon for you to receive the following day. Try and find a local supermarket to beat that for freshness!
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY as the buyer to check on the Express Post link below to see if you are eligible for the Express Post Next Day delivery service.
Enter our postcode (7000) in the first box and your postcode next to it. If the calculator confirms next day delivery, that’s when you should receive your parcel. If the calculator cannot guarantee next day delivery, you can still order a box at your own risk and although we are confident they will still be absolutely fine, we prefer not to do this as it compromises the freshness of our product. When you get through to the payment window there is an option on the right hand side to leave a note; feel free to let us know when you would like them by, specify any variety you want or any other preferences you may have. Once we’ve delivered them to the post office you will be sent the Express Post Tracker number.
Unfortunately we are unable to send to Western Australia due to Australian Government Agricultural Regulations.
Please note that once they have been delivered to the Post Office by 3pm they are out of our hands and no longer our responsibility. Any delivery issues you have need to be taken up using your Express Post Tracker number with Australia Post.