Visit our tree farm and pick your own tree this Christmas!
We sell direct to the public for people wanting to choose their own tree – come to the farm and pick your own tree in the lead up to Christmas!
Each tree is carefully pruned 3 times a year and maintained all year round. We provide you with best quality fresh Christmas Trees.
We have trees from 4ft to 8ft, depending on your Christmas Tree needs.
We open to the public on the weekend of the 27th & 28th of November.
Time Left Till We Open Our Gates
Time Left Till Christmas
To visit us, head to: 719 Egerton-Ballark Rd, Bungal VIC 3334
Learn about what makes our trees the best quality they can be
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Everything you need to know about buying, transporting and keeping your tree
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Come and visit
719 Egerton-Ballark Rd, Bungal VIC 3334
Sams Christmas Trees nestle on the gentle slopes of the Pentland Hills near Ballan in Victoria Australia. We are blessed with fresh air, open spaces and good rainfall – so our trees prosper!
18 minutes from Ballan
29 minutes from Ballarat
14 minutes from Elaine
55 minutes from Geelong
12 minutes from Gordon
9 minutes from Mount Egerton
16 minutes from Mt Wallace
Create Something Special!
Christmas is the best time of year for creating ever-lasting memories surrounded by the people you love most; opening presents, making meals and sharing conversations across the dinner table.
A lot of us hold a fond place in our hearts for the festive season, and we want to be a part of making this time super special for all involved.
Our Christmas Tree farm offers a hands-on experience for the whole family, with pristine views and endless rows of beautiful, freshly pruned pine.
Imagine waking up on Christmas morning to the fresh smell of pine!
And did you know, our turnover makes purchasing a tree from us a more environmentally friendly option?
Every tree we sell, we replant. It usually takes a tree around four years to grow, but once it breaks back down, we mulch back into the ground and start the process again.
You can read more about our jouney, here.