The Berry Farm Rosa Glen just short drive from Margaret River town, is about so much more than just berries! Taste homemade jams, preserves and sauces, sparking fruit wines and liqueurs, ciders and vinegar or dine at the Cottage Cafe and enjoy morning tea, afternoon tea or some lunch while the kids play on not one but two playgrounds, including the new nature based adventure playground installed in 2016.
Image credit: The Berry Farm
The cellar door is open daily 10-4.30pm and is a tasting heaven for the whole family. Our kids loved tasting the jams in particular and for the grown ups there is also liqueur tastings as well.
Parents can relax and enjoy the tastings while the kids draw, play and chill in the big kids corner within the tasting room.
Once you've finished your tastings you may want to stay a while explore the gardens and enjoy morning tea, afternoon tea or some lunch (lunch served from 11.30am-3pm) from the Cottage Cafe. Enjoy the garden seating or grab a table inside if it's a little cold or too hot outside.
Alfresco seating is located at the back overlooking playgrounds so you can enjoy your meal while the kids play. They will also love exploring the beautiful gardens here that are abundant with bird life. If you visit during summer look out for berries growing in trees around the gardens, you are welcome to pick one or two to give them a try. Note however there is no access to the main farm for fruit picking here.
If you are in Margaret River and looking for a winery or cafe experience with a whole lot more, make sure you visit The Berry Farm Rosa Glen. It's just a 15 minuted drive from the Margaret River Town and is a must visit if you are in Margaret River with something for the whole family to enjoy.
More information: www.theberryfarm.com.au
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter March 13th, 2017