Your Ultimate Guide to Aussie Apples
With so many varieties of apples available, there's a type of apple for everyone's taste preference. So, go ahead and explore the different types of Australian-grown apples and enjoy their unique colours, shapes, and flavours throughout the season!
Royal Gala: Gala apples are sweet and have a slightly floral flavour. They are in season from late August to late September.
Granny Smith: These tart apples are popular for baking and cooking and are in season from late September to early October.
Fuji: Fuji apples are sweet, crisp, and in season from April to September.
Red Delicious: This classic dark red-skinned apple variety is sweet, crunchy, and in season from March to September.
Pink Lady: Pink Lady apples are sweet and tangy, with a crisp texture. They are in season from late May to late February.
Golden Delicious: These sweet apples are popular for snacking and baking and are in season from late September to late October.
Kanzi: This medium to large-sized apple has a bright red or orange-red colour and often has a distinctive patchy or striped appearance. Kanzi apples are known for their sweet and tangy flavour and firm and crisp texture. This apple doesn't not brown on cutting. In season April to September.
Jazz: Known for its crisp texture and sweet, tangy flavour. They have a juicy and refreshing taste with a hint of tartness. Jazz apples are medium to large-sized apples with a red and green colour. They have a distinctive oval shape and shiny, smooth skin. In season April to October.
Ambrosia: A medium to large-sized apple with a slightly oblong shape and smooth, glossy pink and yellow skin. Ambrosia is known for their sweet, honey-like flavour with a hint of tartness. In season April to July.
Envy: They are medium to large-sized apples with a distinctive oblong shape and smooth, glossy red and gold skin. Envy apples are known for their sweet, juicy flavour and hint of tartness; they have a crisp and firm texture. In season May to September.
Modi: Modi apples are a relatively new variety developed in Italy in the 1990s. They have a distinctive red and yellow colouration. They are medium to large-sized apples with a round or slightly oblong shape and smooth, shiny skin. They are sweet and juicy with a hint of tartness. In season March to September.
Bravo: They are medium to large-sized apples with a round or slightly oblong shape and a smooth, shiny deep red skin colour. They are known for their long shelf life and ability to stay crisp and juicy even after several weeks in storage. In season May to October.