About Us

Happy Fruit calls “Red Cliffs”  home. A small rural town approx. 16kms from Mildura, Red Cliffs is adjacent to the Murray River, with a population of about 5,000.

The area is sustained by the  massive irrigation project which supplies over 400 megalitres anually to 5000 hectares of grapevines mainly grown for dried fruit.

The district also supports the largest winery in the southern hemisphere, the Lindemans Karadoc Winery, 11 km from town. South-west of Red Cliffs is the eastern boundary of the huge Murray-Sunset National Park.



Located on the Calder Highway, at  Red Cliffs is Big Lizzy. This massive traction engine is the largest ever built in Australia.

Big Lizzy weighs over 45 tons, is 34 feet long, 11 feet wide and 18 feet high. the wheels with hinges and cables. She worked for five years clearing mallee scrub in the Red Cliffs area then was moved south to Western Victoria. There it remained for 40 years until it was returned to Red Cliffs.