The Apple Inn offers modern comfort in the country town Batlow, famous for apples! They are a small, secluded property offering tranquility and an abundance of sightseeing in the town and surrounding areas. All rooms offer cosy beds, free WiFi and large screen television. Car parking is within close proximity to all rooms. Ideally located midway between the picturesque Tumut Valley and the cool climate wine region of Tumbarumba.
The Apple Inn has 12 spacious motel rooms with on-site garden barbecue facilities. The Baltow RSL Club is located conveniently next door, offering evening dining facilities. The Inn is just a short stroll to local cafes and a bakery. They are your home away from home in Australia's apple capital!...
The Apple Inn offers modern, comfortable accommodation in Batlow, for the discerning business and leisure traveller.
They are a small, secluded property offering tranquillity and an abundance of sightseeing in the town and surrounding areas. All rooms offer cosy beds, free WiFi and large screen television. In-room breakfast baskets are available on request. Barbecue facilities and car parking within close proximity to all rooms.
The motel has 12 spacious rooms with on-site garden barbecue facilities. The Baltow RSL club is located conveniently next door offering evening dining facilities. Within a short stroll to local cafes and a bakery, they are your home away from home in Australia's apple capital!
The Snowy Valleys Way, running from Gundagai, New South Wales to Beechworth Victoria, is a touring route encompassing over 300 kilometres of breathtaking scenery and landscapes, and a whole swag of things to see and do 'along the way'.
The route starts in the hills of Gundagai, home of the famous 'Dog on the Tuckerbox', and winds its way south through Tumut, Batlow, and Tumbarumba, crossing the Murray River at Towong, and continuing south through Corryong, and Yackandandah, ending in Beechworth, Victoria.
A picturesque slice of Australia, the Snowy Valleys Way offers its travellers spectacular outdoor activities, colourful festivals, towns to explore, and a laid-back rural charm that distinguishes it from other popular tourist drives.
Travellers can choose their own adventure - bushwalks or four-wheel driving, horse riding or mountain bikes. Paddle, fish or water-ski the numerous lakes, rivers and streams or simply relax by their foreshores....
Sugarpine Walk is one of Batlow's best kept secrets.
Take the short stroll amongst a dense stand of enormous sugar pines planted in 1928. This species is the largest and tallest of all pines.
The walk is located on the edge of Kopsens Road, around half a kilometre from the Batlow-Tumbarumba Road at Laurel Hill.
Wilgro Orchards is conveniently situated on the main Tumut to Batlow Road just four kilometres north of Batlow. There is a wide range of both new and old varieties of apples that have been tree ripened to taste the way an apple should taste. Cherries are also grown at the orchard and have built a fine reputation for large, sweet, tree ripened fruit.
Our roadside stall sells our fruit direct from the orchard to you during the picking season. At Wilgro Orchards the fruit is grown as naturally as possible with very low chemical and fertiliser usage. At times when there is only limited passing trade or the orchard is particularly busy we have to depend on the "honesty system" and the stall is not always manned all day. We can usually have someone in attendance if we are notified in advance.
Ian and Manda have been farming Scottish Highland cattle for some years while selling their beef into Capital Region Farmers Market each weekend. They have been holding Meet The Beef tours for their meat customers and decided to let everyone else know about this fabulous day out in beautiful Batlow.
Each first Sunday of the month they will hold a Meet the Beef Tour for visitors from near and far. Bookings are essential.
Half day tours are also available for groups during the week. The Unimog seats 12 to14 people so that number is the maximum per tour....
Mouats Farm Shop offers you farm fresh produce such as cherries, apples and other fruits in season, plus fresh free range eggs, home made jams and more.
Located four kilometres north of Batlow, Mouat's Farm 'Wyola' was originally planted as an orchard in the early 1920s. Apples comprise 90 per cent of their plantings, and there are 1,200 cherry trees, and a small amount of stone fruit and berries.
In season produce is available at the farm shop. Current produce and pricing can be found on the website....