What you can see and do for family fun!
Strawberries to pick
Pick your own strawberries start in mid October, depending on the weather.
You can bring your own fairly shallow container (not a bucket or they'll squash!) or we can provide one that you can recycle.
Cost is $16 per kilogram and you pay for what you pick by weight. We don't allow eating the fruit in the patch, just a taste of one when you begin. There is no entry fee.
We have a range of jams, sauces and pickles made by Peter in the farm kitchen from our own and locally grown produce. The range includes traditional preserves with sugar and sugar free sweetened with xylitol. Go to the Homemade Jams and Sauces page for details about the range. These are also available to buy at the Online Shopping page.
We also stock The Big Strawberry liqueurs, local pure honey, local dried fruits, our own biodynamic garlic, pumpkins, figs, eggs, frozen strawberries, blackberries, boysenberries for jam making and smoothies
Marg started knitting Belstackasaurus in 2017 and now has made over 300 - all individual, all named. A Belstackasaurus is $45. Pocket pets include unicorns, dogs, elephants, giraffes, crocodiles, tigers - anything really! Granddaughter Angel knits owls and turtles. Contact us to order.
The Permaculture Garden
Browse through Marg's Garden of Delightful Disorder! A food forest of edible plants and flowering plants to attract beneficial insects. Seasonal produce is available from the Farm Shop or you could ask to pick your own lettuce and herbs. The photo shows the very early days, you should see it now!