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Old Beach Berries

Three happy children, two holding buckets of berries and one in a wheelchair
pick your own fun
box full of blueberries with do not eat or touch written on it in child's writing
Brown dog enjoying pats from a toddle, two girl and a woman
Blueberries on bush
Pick your own delicious blueberries at Old Beach Berries farm, Southern Tasmania. Stroll through the orchard, listen to the birds and collect a bucket (or more) of sweet blueberries. Picking your own fruit is a perfect way to enjoy time outdoors. Old Beach Berries is 25 minutes from Hobart, on the way to the Midlands, the North, the Coal River region, and the East Coast. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is just a few minutes up the road. The scrumptious blueberries are grown using a regenerative agriculture approach. No pesticides or herbicides are used. The fresh berry season at Old Beach Berries runs from January to March, with an abundance of ripe blueberries ready to be picked. There is free parking and a small entry fee. If you are a return visitor, you only have to pay once for the whole season. You pay by weight for the blueberries that you pick. Even better, you can taste as you go. A wonderful team of friendly people are ready to share the farm with you. Get a taste of rural life with a fun farm experience for the whole family. If you don't feel like picking, there are first-grade pre-picked blueberries available for sale. Icecreams, slushies and other treats are also available. Bookings are recommended for pick-you-own.


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