Yes there is although it's probably not the quality you're after. It's using Oztops which I got for $25 from eBay. Only a few steps to it:
1. Buy preservative free juice from the shop. Grape, apple/blackcurrent, apple, apple/pear all work well.
2. Remove lid, take out some juice (if I buy a 2.4L bottle, I take out 400ml).
3. Add about a cup of sugar.
4. Sprinkle in the yeast provided with your Oztops.
5. Put in the cupboard or somewhere out of the way that has a temperature of between 20 & 30 degrees celcius.
6. After a few days, put the brew into the fridge. It'll be a lightly carbonated cider at about 5%, ready to drink the next day.
If given extra time to ferment, it'll use more of the sugars in the juice which will give a higher alcohol content, but a dryer finish (wine).
If given time to settle in the fridge, the cloudiness will come out to a certain degree. There are different tops to fit different bottles. We have Berri juice, Golden Circle juice and P&N juice. There are also softdrink bottle tops provided which produce a higher carbonation (the softdrink bottles are stronger and can withstand the extra pressure in the fermentation process).