Sample the flavour of Nashdale - fruit fresh from the tree grown in a dramatic landscape. Rolling hills and rich volcanic soil at the foot of Mount Canobolas, an ancient volcano, the highest peak between the Blue Mountains and the Indian Ocean.
Nashdale is a small, but busy little village with a main through-road dividing it and intensive agriculture lining each side of the road for as far as the eye can see.
The area has developed a reputation for produce stalls, cellar doors and boutique restaurants all meandering through winding roads set amongst the orchards.
Nashdale is a destination for afternoon drives and weekend explorations. The essence can be absorbed gastronomically or on foot if you are truly adventurous through the bush of the Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area.
Nashdale boasts a picturesque and highly popular school with a very active community minded group supporting it and the village surround.