Find local Christmas tree farms here!

After Christmas, click here to find how how and where to easily recycle or dispose of your Christmas tree! And to recycle used, broken or old Christmas lights and electronics See this page for local options to easily recycle your Christmas holiday lights

When should you take the Christmas tree, lights and decorations down? See this page for traditions and standards.

Help me keep this page complete and up to date, by reporting any corrections needed or suggesting farms to add!

My Christmas Tree guide has photos and descriptions of more than 2 dozen varieties of Christmas trees, along with a simple comparison chart!

If it has just snowed; see this page about how to make snocones from real snow! Your kids will love it!

Tips:

  • If the name of the farm is blue with an underline; that's a link to their website or Facebook page. Click on it for the most current hours and information.
  • ALWAYS call the farm or store BEFORE YOU GO - many farms have closed in the past year, and of course, we won't know until the season starts and we find they aren't open! Call to confirm their supply, their hours and whether they have trees, are allowing choose-and-cut or just precut trees; and which attractions or winter activities are available. All three can change during the short Christmas season, due to weather, demand and the farmer's business conditions! Farms get sold, shut down or run out of trees, and they don't all update me every day, let alone every year. For more tips to make your trip fun and successful, click here !
    DON'T DRIVE OUT THERE IF YOU CAN'T REACH THEM (by phone, email or find current information on their website or Facebook page!
  • And please tell the farmer you visit in Northern Territory, Australia that you found their farm here! I need the farmers to realize that you found them here so that they will keep their information up to date!

And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the information, please let me know! There are affiliate links on this page. Read our disclosure policy to learn more.

Updates for May 2024

May 2024: Most Christmas tree farms open on the the last weekend in November and are open up to Christmas Eve.Some are only open on weekends, or only have hayrides, Santa visits and events on weekends.

Christmas tree farms, lots and activities, sorted by county

Click on Resources above, if you need a county map


The most common variety grown is the Monterey Pine, but if you look around, you will find some others, like the Blue Spruce. Be sure to check prices with the farms; many don't update me every year. There must be more Christmas tree farms and lots in Australia, but there sure do hide well! If you know of any, write me !

Northern Territory

I haven't found any Christmas tree farms in the Northern Territory yet. If you know of any,please tell me about them!


Other information about Christmas in Australia:


Harvest Calendar in Australia

There's plenty to pick in Australia! Click here for the PYO fruit and vegetable farms list!

Australia Pick-your-own calendar

October
November Strawberries
December Raspberries, Strawberries, Loganberries, Boysenberries, Tayberries, Silvanberries, Cherries, Peaches
January Raspberries, Strawberries, Loganberries, Boysenberries, Tayberries, Silvanberries, Black Currents, Cherries, Apricots
February Apples, Raspberries, Strawberries, Apricots, Nectarines, Peaches
March Apples, Raspberries (Fall crop), Strawberries, Nectarines, Peaches
April Apples, Raspberries (Fall crop), Strawberries

May

Apples, Raspberries (Fall crop), Strawberries
June Raspberries (Fall crop)

July

August

September

In addition to listings of U Pick farms, I hope the following pages are helpful to you!


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Complete Water Bath Canner Kit

This is the same type of standard canner that my grandmother used to make everything from applesauce to jams and jellies to tomato and spaghetti sauce! This complete kit includes everything you need and lasts for years: the canner, jar rack, jar grabber tongs, lid lifting wand, six pint jars with lids and rings, a plastic funnel, labels, bubble freer, and the bible of canning, the Ball Blue Book. It's much cheaper than buying the items separately. You'll never need anything else except more jars and lids!

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