If you think at the Berry Farm is only about berries you are wrong. The Berry Farm is much more than that.
The farm is set on 10 hectares of Avocado trees plus a large orchard berry patch. The berry patch consists of Blueberries, Raspberries and Jostaberries.
“The Cellar Door”
At the Cellar Door visitors are invited to taste before you buy products; berry and fruit jams, jellies, preserves, sauces, syrups, dressings and naturally fermented vinegars all produced on the farm can be purchased.
The Cellar Door also offers a children’s corner to help entertain the kids while you tempt your tastebuds. During avocado season you can buy fresh avocado’s at $5.00 (7-10) per bag.
“Cottage Café and Gardens”
At the Cottage Cafe they serve morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch using fresh and local produce.
We visited the Cottage Cafe in Early January on a week day for lunch. We turned up without a reservation but we were lucky enough to find a table at the back of the Cottage Cafe on the verranda which was near where the playground is situated.
They kids were quickly amused at the playground and made friends with few other kids and played with some building blocks available; they also did some colouring with the busy nippers bags available for purchase at $2 each. Plenty of highchairs are available and changing facilities too.
My husband had to queue for about 30 minutes to order the food and the lady warned him there was a bit of wait in fact we waited about 45 minutes for the food to arrive. The wait was worth it.
We ordered Guacamole served with warm corn chips ($10). The guacamole is made with the avocadoes grown at the Berry farm and it was delicious!
For the kids there were only two choices and so we ordered one of each for our boys ($10 each). House-Baked Sausage roll and Ham and Cheese toasted turkish roll.
We also ordered the gourmet mushroom salad ($19). It was fresh, juicy and filling.
My husband ordered the scones with the jam and cream which are a must try if you visit the Farm ($8).
We also enjoyed their Pear and Strawberry cider. It was very refreshing on a warm summer day.
The food was tasty and the portions were generous you can really appreciate the freshness and the quality of the local products.
I highly reccomend this place: you can sit back on the veranda or take a walk through the delighful gardens and enjoy the experience.
For more information visit theberryfarm.com.au
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