We are no longer selling on Oomami due to a number of difficulties with people being able to use the site and shipping and stock control problems. King Valley Walnut’s goal of high quality products and excellent customer experience was
Our 2019 harvest is well underway in very dusty conditions this year. Here is Travis sweeping up the walnuts after having been shaken from the trees. On line sales of walnuts in shell will commence 23 April.
We are now taking orders for Green Walnuts that are used for pickling, making sweets or making liquor. Orders finish end of November. This offer is only to Victorian Customers due to freight unreliability to other states. Minimum 3
We are now seeking a small number of people to join our 2019 harvest team from late March to late April/early May. On site caravan accomodation available. Farm experience preferred but not essential. Award rates paid. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Very pleased to announce that our Yum and Wicked walnuts each received a Bronze Medal at the Australian Fine food Awards 2018. Also Yum received a Silver Medal at Sydney Fine food Awards 2018. The feedback from the panel of
While we are upgrading the website to enable a better look and shopping experience for our customers we are having heaps of problems. Sorry that you have had trouble buying our product. Please hang in there and in the meantime
Meet the crew from the 2018 Harvest. This year our 5 backpackers came from Italy and Germany. Back left to back right: Matt, Nathan, Marcel, Mick, Brooke Front left to front right: Lara, Veronika, Mats,Nicco, and owners Carol and Michael.
The harvest is in for 2018 and now the nuts are being packed for post and bulk orders to go all over Australia.
Processing the walnuts in the sheds Now the walnuts are washed, sorted, dried, sorted, graded and sorted again. then into bags to you. Take a look at our video of the processing. Orchard harvesting We are now starting
Well, not really easy. The cockies moved in to start eating from the start of January. A long dry summer this year meant lots of irrigating was needed and some of the nuts suffered sunburn. Yes believe it or not