Delivery Information

Please note the following information applies to fruit orders only. We do not provide delivery on fruit trees.

Please note: we no longer offer delivery of fruit via Australia Post or courier.

Farm or Market Pick-Up for Fruit Orders

Fruit orders made via Facebook, phone, or verbally can be picked up direct from us either at the farm or one of our regular farmers' markets at no charge. Please call 0409-706-784 or contact us to organise this.

  • Fruit orders for market pick-up must be received by 12 noon on the Friday before the market.
  • Fruit orders may be picked up any time during normal farm shop hours of Friday and Sunday, 10am to 4pm. 


As part of our commitment to being a carbon neutral business, we use recycled packaging for our fruit orders wherever possible. This includes re-using boxes from a variety of sources, and using recycled office waste as filler. Boxes are lined as required to make sure the fruit is free of contamination and stays in the best possible condition, including the use of Fresh-pak bags to minimise respiration in transit where appropriate.


We describe fruit as accurately as possible on the website so you know what you're getting when you order. We welcome feedback! Delivering organic fruit in good condition can be challenging and we are always trying to improve our service, so please let us know if fruit is not as described when you receive it.

About Us

We – Hugh and Katie Finlay – draw on over 15 years' experience as orchardists at our farm, Mt Alexander Fruit Gardens, to bring you the Grow Great Fruit Program, the farm-proven system for home fruit growers.

To read the full story of our farming journey, click here 


Our blog gives a snapshot on various aspects of life on the farm. Currently Katie is documenting her journey as winner of the 2015 RIRDC Rural Women's Award for Victoria!

Visit the blog 

MAFG Forum

Grow Great Fruit Forum

Our Grow Great Fruit Forum is a place where our program members can access member resources, ask questions, and find answers to their specific fruit-growing problems.

Visit the Forum here.

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