Frequently Asked Questions​

Learn about Tōpa fruit

Tōpa fruit is harvested between 28th December  and the 15th January each year. This ensures it can make it onto the water and into export markets by late January.

Tōpa fruit is a crunchy, sweet, reliable and consistent texture and taste. It is perfect for children and adults a like. Crunchy, but easy on the teeth for elderly relatives too. 

Tōpa fruit has a darker skin than most nectarines, which often includes some sugar spotting. The flesh has a very pure creamy background. 

Yes, when the fruit is grown and harvested we are constantly monitoring to ensure that the sweetness is balanced for the best eating experience. We do this by monitoring what is called the brix of the fruit. Tōpa fruit is at its best when brix is between 13-16.

With varietal origins in the Bradford Breeding Program, Tōpa has unquestionable pedigree in its flavour heritage

Tōpa fruit is currently grown right across Riverland, Swan Hill, and Goulburn Valley

Premium Australian Stonefruit. Tōpa fruit Nectarines are grown in Australia. Delivering a Fresh Summer Flavour across the world.