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The Berry Farm Cafe

Restaurants & Cafes

Overview

Our original settlers Cottage Cafe oozes character with its delightful garden setting, wide verandas and timber floors, inviting visitors to enjoy relaxed dining amongst cottage gardens brimming with bird life.

We have scores of scrumptious dishes on our a seasonal menu including perennial favourites such as the Beef and Red Wine Pie, Ploughman Platter, Boysenberry Pie, Pancakes, and our ever popular Scones with Berry Farm Jam and cream. Our Chefs love to cater for vegetarians and there is always something tasty on offer for the kids.

More information

Established in 1986, The Berry Farm was a pioneer in the Margaret River region for the production of gourmet food products from farm grown produce. Since these early beginnings, we have become a favourite destination for locals and visitors to the South West region.

At The Berry Farm Cellar Door, we are known for our homemade Jams, Preserves, Sauces, Dressings, Syrups and other gourmet creations. Our Winery creates something a little different in the region, making Sparkling Fruit Wines, Fortified Wines, Liqueurs, Ciders and Vinegars. All of our products are made on our farm. There really is something for everyone! 

Keep the local birds company and dine amongst nature in our Cottage Café and Gardens. Serving morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch, we invite you to try some of the fresh, local produce on our seasonal menu. Sit back and relax while the kids have fun on the playgrounds and outdoor chessboard. By the way, our beautiful fairy wrens might hop on to your table to join you anytime!

Google Reviews

11
Nov
2019
Jeanne Almond
3.0
Lovely place to visit. Lots of yummy gourmet relishes, jams and lots more. Don't have the pie and salad for lunch. My husband said he's eaten better at the football, e.g. four & twenty pies. 🤢
05
Jan
2020
Cindy Lee
4.0
Delicious food and lots of lovely jams / chutney /sauces and wines to taste and buy. Great little playground for the kids too
16
Oct
2019
Richie Rajan
5.0
A venue with a good but limited range of fresh food, friendly staff, has indoor and outdoor seating areas and a nice play area for kids. Don’t forget to visit the cellar door and tasting room. There are alpacas and hens, peacocks and emus close by which most kids love to see. I was surprised and impressed to fine a venue that does not serve chips, but some meals come with hand-cut chips.