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Cherryhill Orchards, Wandin East

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • The cherries are the star of this picturesque farm, and what a star they are. It is a pity that so much of the delicious fruit is are wasted, with people picking more than what they are willing to pay...  read more »
  • A beautiful rolling landscape beyond striking floor to ceiling windows greeted us at this B&B on arrival. This spectacular scene was completed with a bottle of house Red and two glasses, ready to take...  read more »
  • I bought a box of their cherries online..disgusting sour,unripe cherries that were so inedible,I had to throw them out..they have ignored my complaint,obviously knowing that there are always more suck...  read more »
  • Great place to for visit for all things cherries. Pick your cherries (seasonal time. Until Jan) or taste fresh great cherries from their beautiful snack cafe with a great views. Kids loved the cherry ice cream and having a run around the orchard. Friendly staff and just a nice place to chill. Picnick tables available too.
  • The Best Cherry I have in my life. It is better to go there in Dec / Jan as the Cherry in these two months are the best. Better to go during weekdays as weekend there are too many people.
  • You can eat cherries as much as you can for free, but to take home you have to pay. Fresh cherries they taste great. Everyone should have this experience at least once. Kids really enjoy picking from trees.
  • Kids had a lovely day picking up plenty of ripe, juicy and sweet cherries. Reasonable entry fee of $10 per adult and $5 per kid. You can eat as many cherries as you wish and $10/kg to take home. You can also purchase boxed cherries on your way out. Cafe is small but reasonable - pies, coffees and basic cakes. Bus available pick up and drop off to picking points. 4 lanes available for pick up which is reasonable to ensure everyone get the opportunity to get some cherries. Comfortable clothes and shoes are a must - a bottle of water is good to wash the cherries before eating and for kids a cherry pit remover will be awesome!
  • Friendly staff, large cherry farm. Ps: seems like cherry ice cream here use coles vanilla ice cream blended with frozen cherries..
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