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We have visited blue hills many times with our kids each year. And every time we have friends with kids visiting from interstate, this is the place we always taking them. Berries and cherries taste so much better than the one you buy from supermarket....More
Nestled in the Dandenong ranges on the shoulder of Silvan Dam is this family owned and operated enterprise.
Less than an our from Melbourne, you are greeted by crisp fresh air, fruit laden fields, rolling ranges and the sounds of plump birds who are in...More
There is an entry fee of $13 per adult and $6.50 for children. Entry fee includes 500g of berries fir adults and 250g for kids. You are able to taste while you pick.
The strawberries were so sweet and delicious and was able to pick...More
Great picking and you can taste. There was raspberry and strawberry and some blackberry.
Great family activity and great value.
Wear some shoes that can get a little dirty.
They have frozen berries that you can buy and take as well.
Allow yourself enough time....More
Come at the right time and you will be rewarded. A lot of people including us probably were a little bit taken aback by the entry fee of $13 per adult. You get one punnet to pick and fill yourself and it is all you...More
Not a cheap experience ($12 per adult, $6 per child) to pick and eat all you can whilst inside, and $12 per kg to take home. However, it was the first time our family picked cherries and it was worth the experience, plenty of big...More
It costs $12 for adults and $6 for children just to enter and to eat all you want. Additional cherries to be purchased cost $12 per kg, which you can get for $9 from supermarkets in the suburbs. Anyhow it was a great experience for...More
We had a fun time picking the fruits, and we can eat the fruits while picking as well. It was the first time my whole family tried fruits picking. As we went in mid December, lots of beautiful ripe berries and cherries have been already...More
It was the official opening of the season and we were lucky, as they opened just in time before we flew back home. We were worried that the weather would still be cold and the farm will not be ready for strawberries picking, but I...More
Response from Chelsea P | Reviewed this property |
You can check their fruit report on the website every day. I’m pretty sure cherries, blueberries and blackberries are all finished. Strawberries will finish end of March. The fruits picking season is usually from November to... More
You can check their fruit report on the website every day. I’m pretty sure cherries, blueberries and blackberries are all finished. Strawberries will finish end of March. The fruits picking season is usually from November to March.