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Ambrosia Olive Farm

100 Eltons Road, Silverdale NSW 2752
At Ambrosia Olive Farm, all oil is tested in various ways to make sure that the oil you receive is of the highest quality. Ambrosia Olive Farm guarantee their olive oil is so good, you will be impressed by its beautiful golden green colour, its everlasting aroma and its great fresh tasting character. Ambrosia Olive Farm produces an organic olive oil which is superior to most olive oils around the world. Steve and his family from Ambrosia Olives at Silverdale have done a great deal of research into which method is the best for growing and producing quality olives and therefore quality olive oil. There is also a range of natural skin care products made with olive oil, olive extract, fig, pomegranate, macadamia, squalene, orange and emulsifying wax. Natural products include Natural Skin Care Signature Cream, Gentle Cleansing Milk, Natural Skin Care Serum, Hydrating Day Cream and Eye Gel.

Cobbitty Village

Cobbitty Road, Cobbitty NSW 2570
Cobbitty Village was originally named Cobbedee by Governor Macquarie, and when Gregory Blaxland was granted land here in 1812, he called it Cubbady Farm. The village of Cobbitty, nestled on the Nepean River, attracts much interest because of the lush country views and beautifully kept historic buildings. Stroll through the markets held on the first Saturday of the month, visit local winery Cogno Brothers or sneak a peak at the historic St. Pauls Anglican Church and rectory....

Cogno Brothers - Cobbitty Winery

40 Cobbitty Road, Cobbitty NSW 2570
Cogno Brothers Cobbitty Winery has been making award winning local wines since 1964. Situated along the winding Cobbitty Road, take the time to explore the idyllic Cobbitty village and take in the scenery and taste some of the fine wine Macarthur has to offer. Cogno Brothers offers a wide variety of white and red wines in addition to a selection of port, sherry and wine liqueurs. Open seven days per week....