The big pineapple is 16.7m high and has 3 floors. It is the biggest pineapple in the world! The ground floor has a gift shop full of pineapple goodies such as jams and chutneys, locally made pottery and puzzles as well as t-shirts and hats to name but a few of the items for sale ideal for overseas and local tourists looking for that small gift to take home! Summerhill Farm was originally allocated to the 1820 Settler Charles Crause and part of the original 1825 homestead has been restored and houses the Packshed Restaurant. In 1833, John Hawkins, who was a founder member of the Bathurst Agricultural Society, purchased the farm for 2,000 pounds. He was also one of the first farmers to plant pineapples.
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