Christmas Trees at Killiecrankie Farm
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Just a little tour around our Christmas Tree Farm - come on out and join us during the festive season (and some times a little earlier !)
Our new logo !

Our new logo !

The Maggies: 2012 Magazine Cover of the Year featuring Bernard the Lamb beneath one of big Christmas trees.

The lovely team at Country Style snapped one of our trees back in 2011 for their award winning magazine cover (featuring Bernard the Lamb).

New Season - New Sign

New Season - New Sign

A beautiful Christmas Tree decorated by Cathy one of regular visitors

A beautiful Christmas Tree decorated by Cathy one of regular visitors

2015 was a tragic year - we lost 50% of our Christmas Trees over two seasons. We did get a lot of mulch though 😑

2015 was a tragic year - we lost 50% of our Christmas Trees over two seasons. We did get a lot of mulch though 😑

We make it easy to track down your tagged Christmas Tree - all our rows are named - Tasmanian High Peaks of course!

We make it easy to track down your tagged Christmas Tree - all our rows are named - Tasmanian High Peaks of course!

A very large 3.5m Christmas Tree with Southern Cross Television made its way to Penny Royal for the Christmas Event in 2016 (photo kindly supplied by Mark Tripp)

A very large 3.5m Christmas Tree with Southern Cross Television made its way to Penny Royal for the Christmas Event in 2016 (photo kindly supplied by Mark Tripp)

In 2015 we had huge wind storms, losing 50% of Christmas Trees over a two year age group - our first sell out was sad.

In 2015 we had huge wind storms, losing 50% of Christmas Trees over a two year age group - our first sell out was sad.

In the Southern Hemisphere its Summer so Christmas Trees need a daily drink.

In the Southern Hemisphere its Summer so Christmas Trees need a daily drink.

Our very first Douglas Fir Christmas Tree cones (2016)

Our very first Douglas Fir Christmas Tree cones (2016)

Christmas Tree pollen coats EVERYTHING in mid September. Pine pollen can be harvested and used in cooking, high in phytotestoerones we hear!

Christmas Tree pollen coats EVERYTHING in mid September. Pine pollen can be harvested and used in cooking, high in phytotestoerones we hear!

Dawn at Killiecrankie Farm

Dawn at Killiecrankie Farm

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