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Bright Berry Farms, Victoria
(3.5/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Bright Berry Farms sell fresh and frozen berries, home-made ice-creams and sorbets, the famous Berry Cup, soft-serve ice-creams, berry pies, coffee, jams, syrups, diabetic friendly jams and fruit wines and dry reds (under the Mount Buffalo Vineyard Label)
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  • We stopped here for a Devonshire tea but they didn't have any. The jam was beautiful but the food menu is very limited. It's mainly milkshakes and pancakes and that's about it 
  • This place has everything if you love berries, jams, syrups. The homemade ice cream was to die for, in particular, the boysenberry. The staff were very helpful. 
  • Expensive and zero entertainment value. Frozen berries and no fresh produce in sight. Visited with young family. Linited farm interaction. No fruit picking options. Just a small cafe in a shed. 
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  • The kids loved it. My wife's family all being from overseas (most with limited English) loved it. Met by the owner at the end of the driveway and all were treated with big smiles and lots of fun. Everything on the menu was adaptable to what everyone wanted and we enjoyed spending a small fortune!!!
  • Don't bother, rude owner, very overpriced. Serves panacakes after 11am ONLY to people she wants to. A lesson or two in customer service wouldn't go astray. Please smile when customers arrive and make them feel welcome as they are an important part of your business.
  • Oh dear, the person who served us at the counter was having a rough go of it alright. It was obviously very painful for her to be explaining the gelato/ ice-cream options... yet once more. To yet one more customer. On yet one more day. Why a business would put a brand-experience destroyer like that on the frontline is anyone's guess.
  • Pretty farm. Rudimentary service at the shop despite high prices ($4 for coffee). No berry picking here.
  • Yummy range of products... Love the death by berries, must try...