Our Apple Festival attracted 316 visitors who braved a cool and damp day.
All things 'apple' were available, from wood turned apples to apple pie and cream.
Unfortunately some of the children's activities got a little damp in the rain, but William Tell and apple prints were still popular.
Adelaide Hills Apples donated 500 apples from Drury Orchards. We thank Harry Drury for planting an apple tree sapling near our sun dial, which nature immediately watered in!
Blackebys also donated to the occasion with a 'guess how many' jar of toffee apple lollies.
Thanks to Tea Tree Gully Lions for cooking the BBQ.
The cool weather attracted many to stay longer near the blacksmith's forge, where Fred's grand-daughter assisted.