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Cherryhill Orchards, Wandin East

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  • We were hoping to sneak in of the tail end of the cherry season for 'pick your own'. Unfortunately that was done and dusted for the season. We did manage to pick up a box of the most amazing cherries ...  more »
  • We loved the cafe and shop serving a range of cheery products including fresh boxed cherries. A typical farm gate experience. Although the place was quiet for a Saturday morning, the place must get bu...  more »
  • Only an hour away from Melbourne there is a great family and kid friendly day at Cherry Hill Orchards. Entry cost is $15 per adult. You either walk to the orchard or a shuttle bus takes you there in 2...  more »
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  • I had a very good experience at Cherryhill last Christmas so decided to come back for a visit this year. However, the experience had been very different. The staff looking after the store were still helpful but understandably less caring due to the amount of customers. Nevertheless, it was not as bad as the people who controlled the traffic outside (not sure if they're part of Cherryhill regular staff). The traffic controllers were just plain rude and treated customers who intended to go in as if they were beggars instead of customers (at least that was how we felt). Cars driving by were yelled at with messages like "closed, it's closed, they won't let you in!" from far away, without a clear explanation of why or when it would be opened again. They even refused people who parked their car elsewhere and walked in, even when we explained that we were not here to pick and just to purchase some. Instead, it could be just a very simple explanation like "I'm sorry the car park is full but if you could come back in 30mins or so we will see if we can fit you in", and let the customers who walk in to wait in a line near the shop, not in the pavement near the gravel road!, like any other busy shopping places. This behaviour was noticeably worse when directing towards non-Caucasian customers, so we can't help but think there was some underlying racism issue (we never experienced any racism when visiting Cherryhill last year, so it was very unfortunate). However, we still like your cherries and hope the management will be better next time!
  • Today I went to your farm. Cherry is ok and the staff in the counter is very friendly. However, I'm very disappointed and unhappy in the end of the day when I came to the cafe shop there. The staff in the cafe is unfriendly and their attitude and behavior is quite... that makes me feel discriminated by them. Reasonably, I bought a lot. They could see and when they gave me the products, they should ask me to need the bags or not instead of just giving us, don't care us to be able to carry or not, for example. I don't want to complaint too much, but your service can influence our emotion. Actually, I felt happy after picking cherry and satisfied with the Asian girl who served me at the counter, is very friendly. After that, when coming in the coffee shop, It destroyed all my feelings today.
  • Well maintained, and well organized. Worth a visit.
  • not sure if I come in the right period because the place is swamped with Chinese, there are only red cherries which are really sour and in very small size. We stayed there only 5 minutes. We filed a complain and get promised with another free visit which was never sent to our email.
  • Great cherry picking. Spritzer and ciders pretty good too though I'd avoid the icecream; pales to the cherries proper.