Logan Brae is an old apple orchard on the Shipley Plateau, five minutes from the Blue Mountains town of Blackheath.
The orchard was planted in 1919 when the Plateau was an important apple growing area. Logan Brae is now the only remaining orchard and is a sweet reminder of how their fruit used to be grown.
You can visit Logan Brae to buy apples, juice and a variety of other produce. You can also enjoy the spectacular views of Blue Mountains escarpments while eating a homemade hot apple pie. Please note they do not offer apple picking to the public.
139 Shipley Road, Blackheath, New South Wales, 2785
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