Contact: Chalkers Crossing

Address: 285 Henry Lawson Way, Young NSW 2594

Phone: 02 6382 6900

Website: http://www.chalkerscrossing.com.au

At Chalkers Crossing they focus on producing premium quality cool climate wines with grapes sourced from the Hilltops Region. They planted their first vines in late-1997 and made their first wines in March 2000. Rockleigh Vineyard, just 5km south of Young in the Hilltops Region of New South Wales, was a neglected plum orchard when it was acquired by Chalkers Crossing. The orchard was converted to a modern 10ha vineyard in late-1997 The red sandy loam soils of the Hilltops Region were recognised long ago as prime land for growing. The combination of fertile soils, reliable rainfall and a Mediterranean continental climate makes the Hilltops Region ideal for growing premium quality grapes for wine production. Chalkers Crossing wine varieties include Riesling, Semillon, Shiraz, and Cabernet Sauvignon produced from grapes grown in their vineyard, and Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay produced from grapes grown for them in the Tumbarumba Region of New South Wales. All of other wines are made at the Chalkers Crossing Winery on the Grenfell Road in Young. Their winemaker, Celine Rousseau, was the 2002 QANTAS Young Australian Winemaker of the Year. Celine was born in Paris and trained in Bordeaux. Her skills and experience are reflected in the exceptional quality of the Chalkers Crossing wines. Our Opening Hours are Monday – Thursday 9.30am to 4.30pm & Friday 9.30am to 2.00pm


Contact: Kerry Eastlake

Address: Back Wombat Road, Wombat NSW 2587

Phone: 02 6384 3208

Website: http://www.wombatheights.com.au

Wombat Heights is owned and operated by Stephen and Kerry Eastlake. They grow cherries, peaches and sugar plums. Their orchards are very well maintained, mowed pasture strips between the well pruned trees, making it easier for picking. At Wombat Heights Steve and Kerry pride themselves on their friendly and helpful manner and aim to treat their visitors as they would their guests. Two acres of landscaped gardens in which to relax and enjoy a BYO picnic lunch after picking your own fresh fruit. Orchard and garden tours are available, with a qualified person to answer all your questions on the requirements and how to of fruit growing. They grow it, make it, and bottle it. “Wombat Heights” own brand of home made Jam, Pickles, Sauces, Chutneys and preserves are available all year round to be purchased. Pick Your Own Cherries – Pick your own Cherries from mid November till around Christmas time. You may sample the fruit as you pick and pay for the fruit that you take away – prices per kilo. Pick your own Peaches 1st January till mid January. Fruit Tree Blossoms during mid September for two weeks. “The Grog Shed ” – stocks Cherry wine and the famous Wombat Widdle. None of the wines or liqueurs have any artificial preservatives or additives and will keep for years after being opened. List of their liquors:

  • Cherry Port Wine
  • Limoncello
  • Wombat Widdle
  • Walnut Rum
  • Suger Plum Wine
  • Blood Plum Wine
  • Cherry Finishing Vinegar

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65th National Cherry Festival

5th, 6th & 7th December 2014

Young, NSW – The Cherry Capital of Australia

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The bustling and picturesque town of Young, set within the South West Slopes of NSW, offers an authentic country destination with a rich experience to all who visit. Ideally located in ‘The Hilltops’ food & wine region, Young shares its natural surroundings and easy going charm with visitors making the relaxed and easy journey to the town.

Download this handy map of Young showing the main festival areas.

National Cherry Festival Map (598 KB)

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Young receives thousands of visitors from Australia and beyond during the festival, providing the opportunity to the community of Young – also known as the Cherry Capital of Australia – to celebrate not only the cherry season and harvest (November-December), but the strong sense of pride that exists within the town.

The National Cherry Festival could not operate without the generous support of the festival’s sponsors and supporters.

 

We would like to thank the following businesses for their generosity for the 2013 festival:

Platinum Sponsors

Young Stock Feeds, Young Shire Council

Gold Sponsors

AutoPro – Young, Donges Supa IGA, Signsation, South West Credit Union, Woolworths.

Silver Sponsors

Roccy FM & 2LF, M&M Music, Yamaha Stage

Bronze Sponsors

BigW, Empire Hotel – Young, Wilders Bakery, YLAD Living Soils.

Supporters

Revolution CD Young, Young Regional School of Music, Ballinaclash Orchard and Cellar Door, Young Embroidery Services, Best Western Hilltops Retreat Motor Inn, Annie B’s Full House, Poppas Fudge & Jam Factory, Curves Young, Dunk Insurance, Judges Pharmacy, Senator Fiona Nash, Bakers Delight, The Base Warehouse Young, Powderly’s Pumping & Irrigation Services, Wazza’s Pest Control, Richard Melish Insurance Services, Label A, Allied Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd, New Life Community Church, Young Workwear, Bruces Mensland, Holly Bradford Photography, Watson Toyota, Framework Group, Karana Weddings, Brian Maroney Electrical Discounts, A.D.Tanner Constructions, W & K Forklifts, Raine & Horne Young, Tester Porter Services, Hairhouse Warehouse Young, Red Star Insurance Brokers, M&M’s Music Studio, YoungTel Soulutions, OZCOTT Excavations, Telstra Licensed Store Young, NewsXpress Young, Rhubarb Emporium, Young Ezy Bins & Skips, Karanda Dry Cleaners, Young Travel, Fred O’Reilly’s Printing Service, Robynette Fabric Salon, Young Taxation, Cartwright Printing, Giddy Up Gags & Bits, Nouvelle Beauty Therapy, Hilltops Equine Centre, Hilltops Architecture, Harden Geelan Holden, Grace Steel Fabrications, Signs R Us, Golden Glance Nursery, Stewarts Communications & I.T, Adele Pardy Photography, Terry Bros Furniture, The General Store, Ingram Shearing, Ray White Young, Classique Imagrie Young, Stuart’s Showcase Jewellers…


There are many people who wonder are point cook chiropractors doctors so if you are one of them then you are at the right place as we will be discussing about it here. Well, the chiropractors need to earn the doctorate degree by attending medical school. The chiropractors study therapy and medication in the medical school for 3 years. They generally focus on treating the problems related to joints and spine. The chiropractors are required to obtain a license before they start practicing. So, you don’t need to worry while hiring a chiropractor if you make sure that they are holding a valid license.

 

If need arises, then a good and genuine chiropractor would use x-rays for diagnosing the problems, thereby devise and implement a treatment protocol for their patient. Some treatment also involves manipulation of joints and back. The chiropractor offers alternative treatments for the back pain which are non-invasive and less risky than surgery.

 

There are certain neuromuscular conditions which would not respond to the chiropractic medicines. Therefore, in certain cases, the chiropractor works together with the doctor in order to treat the patient. Basically, a chiropractor would benefit the patient with more non-traditional treatments than the traditional ones. The alternative treatments might be incorporated into their program for speeding up the recovery process of the patient.

 

There are many health insurance policies which covers the chiropractic care. So, if you are taking a health insurance policy then make sure that it includes the chiropractic care so that if need arises then you can make the most out of it.

 

So, now you know that the chiropractors are doctors and there are many patients have benefitted from their treatments. Those treatments are such that they can only be treated by a qualified chiropractor. So, if you need a chiropractor for your joint or back pain then you should definitely hire them.…