The berry farm shop sold raspberrys, strawberries, black berries and a range of jams and sauces all related to the berry. I bought the kids a raspberry ice cream that Lilianna, Amelia and Marcella decided half way through that they did not like raspberry ice cream! Elijah and myself were the lucky recipients of the additional ice creams.
The berry farm was established by an ex convict who had been transported back in 1848 for stealing, he lived with his wife and seven children on the farm. The original homestead is still on site and Rosalee took photos of it. We sat down and had our strawberries and blackberries, the strawberries were very juicy and Amelia was a little sad as she thought these were better than her starwberries that she grew back at home. The blackberries whilst big and plump, lacked the sweetness of the wild ones that we had picked around Tasmania.
Whilst we were walking around Nanna rang and we all spoke with her, during this time Rosalee and I were distracted and Marcella went off and hid in the bushes after a short search she was found again and the kids played in the little kids area which they all enjoyed.
Highly recommend dropping by and checking out this place.