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Poppa's Fudge & Jam Factory, Lovell Place, Young NSW

Welcome to Poppa’s Fudge and Jam Factory where every day is a great day!

Poppa’s is open seven days a week offering guests a wide range of locally and freshly made jams and chutneys.

For the sweet toothed there is a huge range of delicate chocolates and tempting lollies as well as their well known freshly made fudge. All the fudges, jams and chutneys from Poppas Fudge Factory are made in store from fresh produce.

We also offer a huge range of giftware and homeware for the ideal present or addition to your home.

Poppa’s can also organise catering for 300 people; for morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch. Coaches are welcome. Poppa’s can also arrange picnic hampers packed full or homemade produce. Simply call and order the day before.

Spring Creek Road, Young, NSW, 2594, Australia
25 Marsden Street, Boorowa NSW 2586

Grass fed, natural meat fresh from our farm to you.

We are a family owned farm offering our grass fed, farm fresh meat to you both online and through our new butcher shop in Boorowa. Get back to real food, meat that is fresh and flavoursome, the way meat used to taste. Join the Moppity experience as we deliver a genuine paddock to plate way of life.

48 Boorowa Street Young 2594
161 Henry Lawson Way, Young, New South Wales, Australia

Enjoy panoramic views of Young country-style cuisine, either indoors or al fresco. Great Lunches – Morning & Afternoon Tea, Corporate & Business lunches available, Bus & Tour Companies welcome, childrens play area. Browse through the Art & Craft Gallery

Olympic Highway, Young, New South Wales, Australia
193 Powderly's Lane, Young Young 2594
Kingsvale Road, Young, NSW, 2594, Australia
Back Creek Road, Young, New South Wales, Australia
Harden, NSW, Australia
Spring Creek Road, Young, New South Wales, Australia

Spring Creek Grove is owned and managed by partners Karen Hawley and John Speight.  Karen has a background in public health (nursing) and John has an environmental consultancy background.  Their approach to grove management and oil production is strongly influenced by our education and previous careers.

The grove was planted in the late 1990’s.  They moved from Sydney for a tree change, and bought the grove in early 2012 and have been rejuvenating it since then. They have approximately 1000 olive trees; Frantoio and Manzanillo varieties.  Their trees are used for “Curious Fox” branded olive oil production, although they may trial table olives in the future.


Young, New South Wales, Australia
02 6384422602 63844226
254 Marsden Street, Boorowa, NSW

family owned and operated company that specialises in producing premium quality, natural grass fed meat, free of hormones. All of their products come straight from our farm and are delivered direct to your door, guaranteeing freshness, traceability, quality and price efficiency.

Buy direct from a family farm – You won’t be disappointed!!

Old Rifle Range Road, Young NSW 2594
“Pleasant View”, Young NSW 2595

GROMARK GENETICS are bred from Elite Poll Dorset Sires.

Rams have specific carcase traits for prime lamb production and a white crimped wool.

Kate Sevier’s YANGOORA GROMARK STUD also measure maternal traits. Rams can be used.

  1. Over Merino ewes as a terminal sire
  2. Over Merino ewes as a preferred maternal sire.
  3. Over First-X ewes as a terminal sire
  4. For self replacing maternal breeding and a terminal wether.

The flock has LAMBPLAN Australian Sheep Breeding Values [ ASBV’s ]for both maternal and terminal traits.

This means rams can be selected for specific enterprises to produce preferred prime lambs for the consumer.

There is stringent on farm biosecurity for animal health.

Please contact Kate for more information.

Yandilla, Olympic Highway, Wallendbeen NSW 2588

Yandilla Mustard Seed Oil Pty. Ltd is a family company operating in the countryside around Wallendbeen, south of Young, specialising in the production of cold pressed mustard seed oil and all things mustard. They are also internationally recognised as the world’s first cold-pressed, low erucic acid mustard oil industry. Mustard seed oil has a pleasant nutty flavour and is not hot or ‘mustardy’. It is cold pressed from the whole seed, with no heat treatment, and is then filtered through cotton and paper, and bottled. Mustard seed oil retains the characteristic colour, aroma and taste of the oil on the parent seed during processing and the hot elements (or the pungent taste) do not enter the oil during pressing. The oil contains no additives or preservatives and has a low saturated fat content. It is also high in both monounsaturated and omega-3 fats.

Friends Lane, Young NSW 2594
191 Willawong Street, Young, NSW, 2594, Australia


Willayoung is a family owned and operated property specialising in Tree Ripened Stonefruit. It consists of over 5,500 trees on approximately 8 hectares(20 acres). Purchased in 1988 by Andrew and Helen Ricketts the land was originally the site of Patterson’s Abattoirs which serviced several of Young’s butcheries. The Abattoirs operated until the 1960’s. The land was originally bare ground, apart from a residence, as well as several of the abattoirs’ buildings and yards. These buildings have now disappeared, apart from the slaughterhouse which has been converted to a machinery shed/workshop. After initially operating as a fruit-tree nursery (with a small number of ‘hobby’ fruit trees) there has been a transition to full orchard operation. The final stage of this transition was the establishment of our packing shed in 2002. Fruit picking is delayed until fruit approaches full ripeness, increasing sugar levels, and enhancing flavour. This strategy is applied to all fruit – Apricots, cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums and figs, as well as table grapes. Situated near Young, on the South West Slopes of New South Wales, Willayoung Orchard is in the heart of this renowned cherry-growing district. For many years Young was the leading cherry-producing area in the Southern Hemisphere. It is not so well-known that Young’s mix of soils and strong summer conditions makes it an ideal environment for production of stonefruit

2935 Scenic Road, Wirrimah Wirrimah 2803
Kingsvale Road, Kingsvale, New South Wales, 2587, Australia
105 Lovell Street, Young, NSW, 2594, Australia
Murrumburrah, New South Wales, Australia

The Pastor’s pleasures began in 2008 as the brain child of Kerrie Provan. She wanted to make preserves, jams, pickles and chutneys using as much fruit from the Hilltops region of NSW as she could.

She was not interested in large batch production but small batches that she could monitor and maintain the flavours and quality she was aiming for.

Her cool climate region is already known for its cherries, Young NSW is the largest town in the region. However, the area is also becoming known as a wine grape production area with some of the best Shiraz produced in NSW, bald statement? Just try some.

Anyway: the fruit. Cool climate fruit grows slowly producing fresh ripe fruit flavours with great acid balance. This comes across in the jams she produces; full fruit flavours with a lovely sugar acid balance that makes the palate want to go back for more. These qualities also come through in her chutneys and pickles.

Since making her preserves is not only a small business but also her hobby and passion you as a purchaser can be assured of as high a quality product that love and care can produce.

At the moment most of Kerrie’s preserves are sold at markets, she has the benefit of direct public contact and so instant feedback from her customers. This not only allows her to fine tune her recipes to the public taste but has also brought about her contact with other businesses that after tasting, are happy to stock her products.

What about the name, The Pastor’s Pleasures? A lot of people ask. The name is simply a play on the fact that she lives in an old rectory. From this simple fact you may have realized that Kerrie has a sense of humour, a necessary requirement if you are in business for yourself.

However you can be assured that any purchase you make, either at a market or here online, has been treated with total respect for her ingredients and you the customer.

Back Wombat Road, Wombat, New South Wales, Australia
196 Boorowa Street, Young, New South Wales, Australia

Wilkie’s Cottage was an existing restaurant reopened by Wendy Scriven and Lauren Walker in Wombat NSW in 2010 which put them on the map as a fresh food destination with a wide range of local and Australian made produce and gift wares and local art.
Then in 2012 they decided to make a move to put them in the middle of things in Young and they opened Wilkie’s Cottage Cafe & Pantry to rave reviews and have been going strong ever since.
With something on the menu for everyone from vegetarian, lactose free, gluten free and soy options available we can cater to almost everyone’s needs.

Function catering also available

Kingsvale, New South Wales, Australia
4321-4335 Olympic Highway (South), Young NSW 2594

Pick your own Orchard, Vineyard and Cellar Door Est.1965
Cellar door wine tastings, and pick your own cherries, plums & apricots. Friendly, family run orchard & vineyard, no entry fee (you pay for what you pick), shady picnic area & free electric BBQ, farm gate shop selling fresh fruit (including cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches & plums in season), jams, sauces, honey, prunes & our award winning wines, as well as cold drinks, cherry pies, cherry ice-creams, cherry ice-blocks. Coaches welcome by appointment.
Open 7 days in cherry season from 8am to 5pm (other times, by appointment)
5km south of Young.

684 Brial Rd, Boorowa 2586
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