Sorell Fruit Farm, Sorell

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Tasmania's cool climate keeps the berry bushes and cherry trees at Sorell Fruit Farm full of fruit for most of the year. Dress in comfortable clothes suitable for farming because you'll be picking your own berries and cherries from the abundant branches. Fill your bucket with the local fruits then stop by the farm's shop for homemade jams, wines, and liquors that make tasty gifts for friends and family back home. Before leaving try berry ice cream to satisfy your sweet tooth and refresh you after a long day at work on the branches. You can plan Sorell trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.
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  • Having visited once before, I took a friend to enjoy this atmosphere on a purpose built deck among trees and shrubs away from the hustle and bustle of the town cafes with ample parking. Fruit is avail...  more »
  • The website said that cherries were in season however we were informed upon arriving that it would be very hard to find any to pick as the season had ended. Husband and 10 year old son were recovering...  more »
  • Cherry Peach season, so we go to cherry peach pick, cherry peach big and juicy, very sweet and delicious, before I go home, I went to buy a box for parents to take home tasting, they put cherry Peach pack very well, let us easy to bring home
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  • I really enjoy trips out to the Sorell Fruit Farm, they have a great variety of fruits and the quality is very good. You need to call them ahead of time though and make sure things are in season so you won't be dissapointed. Sometimes if you are too late it can be hard picking through what's left because its very busy and popular.
  • Very disappointing experience!! I have paid $20 for admission and a container and my toddler was free but you have to $5 extra if you accompanying over 3 or 4 year (not exactly sure)old kids. Anyway the lady who was at the counter was very unfriendly she asked us that no personal bags accepted and kept yelling at us every time we moved. Also she kept asked us that we have to pay before enter the farm. I felt I was regarded as a potential criminal even though I tried to be a polite visitor. I understand that there are many rude tourists who are uncontrollable but still her attitude is wrong. I’m not sure that I would treated like this if I’m not asian. The other lady who conducted guidance was nice though.
  • Heaps of opportunities to pick fruit. The kids loved it. It just didn't take as much time as we were hoping
  • It is really fun picking up the cherry and other fruits there. Nicely organized firm.
  • Read alot abt this place before the trip, as part of a must-do circuit kind of thing. Disappointed more due to timing of my trip, as only strawberries were available when i went in late/Nov, and very puny in sizes. A family showed me their 'harvest', definitey not worth the AUD15 for 2 ppl. But things should be much better few months later. And forget abt coming here after a heavy rain, very muddy even though boots protectors are provided, unless u really must pluck some fruits coming Tazzie.

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