Watch this website early next November to find out the critical dates for making a booking for 2021 – feedback has been people prefer the booking system and they have given us ideas so we can fine-tune the system.
Hours of opening (tentatively from 3rd Dec 2021):
Tue / Thu / Fri 4.00pm to 6.00 pm
Sat / Sun 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Where are we? Sydney Christmas Tree Farm is located on the northern outskirt of Sydney at 6 Namba Road, Duffys Forest (enter from Birramal Rd). We are 5km off Mona Vale Road down from the Terrey Hills traffic lights.
Phone: (02) 9450 2027 email@example.com
Bring the whole family to choose your own fresh Christmas tree from our farm. Trees are grown and pruned just for the Christmas tree market. Also new in 2020: tree netting as per many requests.
Trees: As Christmas trees vary in height and bushiness, we can only give a guide until you are standing next to your tree: $85 for a 5’ (1.5m) tree increasing to a guide of $125 for a 7′ (2.1m) tree and around $170 for an 8’ (2.4m) tree.
Tree netting so you can take home a compact tree is an additional $5. Christmas tree stands are also available for purchase. They are made of strong plastic by Cinco®, with a large water well and 3 screw-in clamps to hold your Christmas tree.
Payment is by cash or credit card (some debit cards accepted too).
Purchases for businesses, pre-schools, or other religious periods outside of normal operating hours, e.g. Christmas in July, is by arrangement with Ron at Sydney Christmas Tree Farm – ring 9450 2027. Deliveries may be possible within a very limited distance at additional cost.
What do you bring with you?
Simply think how you will get the tree home in your car. Will your Christmas tree need to go on the roof of your car, or in the car boot? For an additional $5 we will bag your tree in a tight net. Or, you can bring your own protective sheet (old bed sheet, doona cover, plastic painting sheet)? Ocky straps? Rope? Please: no saws or axes are required, as we do it for you.
Tips to help you get your tree home safely and keep your Christmas tree lasting longer:
- During transport, make sure you protect your Christmas tree from direct sunlight and the drying effect of wind if the tree is sitting on your car roof.
- Immediately you arrive home, get your tree into a bucket of water as soon as possible. Perhaps, even cut off 1 cm with a pruning saw, just before erecting into a bucket or Christmas tree stand with water.
- Install your Christmas tree in a place protected from direct sunlight and drying air-conditioning.
- Check the water in the tree stand or bucket frequently, especially in the first few days. No additive is required. Take care if you have sand or soil in the bucket, because the bottom can dry out whilst the top still looks moist.
Your tree should stay fresh 4+ weeks if you follow these instructions.
We hope you enjoy your tree from Sydney Christmas Tree Farm! Questions or comments? Get in touch with us at (02) 9450 2027 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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