Proudly Grown in South Australia

Once you have purchased your fruit and taken it home, place it in your fruit bowl at room temperature. When it has softened to your liking, enjoy!

PIRSA Notification system 

In response to requests at the Grower meetings held in August this year, PIRSA is presently exploring a new notification system for growers to be directly contacted to be advised of a singular fly detection on their commercial property.  Currently, notifications are not going to all growers on this basis.

PIRSA is seeking registration of interest from Riverland growers as we develop this new system and are requesting your support to share this news and support the uptake of ‘registration of interest’.

Growers can register their interest by emailing  with the subject YES – register my interest for grower detection notification” and your;

  • Name
  • Business name
  • Property address/addresses
  • Contact number/s

Thank you for partnering with us to achieve our goal of eradication and reinstatement.


Tips for buying the best summer stonefruit

Rich in Vitamins A, C and E and a great source of dietary fibre and potassium


storage guide for your fruit

Stonefruit in supermarkets or grocery stores is still in the process of ripening


fruit fly free zone

South Australia remains the only Australian mainland State that is FRUIT FLY FREE

Summer Stonefruits grown in the Riverland, South Australia are harvested between October and April each year. Varieties consist mainly of Peaches, Nectarines, Plums and Apricots.

Fruit Cluster

Summerfruit SA

Formally South Australian Fresh Fruit Growers Association – is pleased to welcome you to our website. Our endeavour is to encourage everyone to eat more delicious summer stonefruit by providing you with as much information as possible on how to source, buy, store and cook tasty summer stonefruits grown in the Riverland.