Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm, Main Ridge

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Purchase freshly picked sun-ripened strawberries or pick your own at Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm. The farm's strawberries are also used to make ice cream and wine. Raspberries and blueberries are also grown on the farm's 81 hectares (200 acres). Put Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm into our Main Ridge vacation builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Main Ridge.
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  • We went there on the long weekend with our son after great anticipation and were thoroughly disappointed. $18 for a chocolate fondue and we got a tiny handful of strawberries that weren't even sweet w...  more »
  • If you can upick the kids love it. Strawberries are always the best and sweetest you have ever tasted. Sometimes they have blueberries and raspberries. The sweets are a big hit with the kids after sch...  more »
  • I pick up my granddaughter from school from Red Hill, but on this occasion I thought it would be nice for mum and my self to have some scones and tea before we pick my granddaughter up. mum has Alzhei...  more »
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  • The eatery section of the farm has a nice variety and plenty of room to sit and enjoy. The picking experience is fun for kids but I wasn't pleased with the price. I expected that having picked these ourselves the price would be akin to when Strawberries are on special at supermarkets but we spent a fair amount.
  • The shop was filled with all things berry related including wine/liqueur/cider tasting. The food on the menu championed the strawberries they had followed from field to plate...they were fresh and delicious beyond anything you can buy in a supermarket! My only disappointment was that the pick your own berry option (which was still being advertised Street-side, and the reason we had traveled to the peninsula) was no longer available due to the lack of berries left on their plants. But all around a great place to visit, you will be impressed!
  • Charging people for entry to completely pilfered strawberry fields that are full of rotting, mouldy and a few unripe examples of strawberries. Then when questioning it on the way out I was told it's the end of the season so that's normal. Sorry that I didn't research the strawberry seasons before coming along. Poor business ethics. Additionally the toilets were absolutely filthy. Urine all over the floor. Just disgusting. Avoid.
  • Best place to go for a day out strawberry picking, the family and I always have a blast doing this every year and love getting super muddy collecting those delicious strawberries. Their other products are fantastic too and it is definitely worth a visit if you have been thinking about it.
  • We went there on the long weekend with our son after great anticipation and were thoroughly disappointed. $18 for a chocolate fondue and we got a tiny handful of strawberries that weren't even sweet. I then ordered a babycino for my son which came with no marshamallow or spoon and that was $2. The tables were all sticky and dirty and the service was terrible. Would not recommend to anyone. There are much better options on the Mornington peninsula and this place has definitely lost its spark!