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. 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!
Since the early beginnings, we have become a favourite destination for locals and visitors to the South West region. Our Cellar Door is absolutely brimming with delectable products all produced on the farm.
Visitors are invited to taste before you buy with over forty of our gourmet products on tasting everyday. Our Cellar Door offers a children’s corner to help entertain the kids while you tempt your tastebuds.
A must visit place when visiting the Margaret River region. A beautiful array of jams and relishes to try and buy. My favourite is the Shiraz Jelly, which is just fantastic on toast for breakfast.
The Berry Farm also has a selection of wines and ciders to taste and purchase.
A great place for lunch, morning or afternoon tea. The menu caters for vegan, vegetarian, gluten free diets. I enjoyed the Beef in Red Wine pie with mash potato, which came with a tomato relishes and a jus. My wife enjoyed a gluten free steak sandwich. My vegan daughter had the mushroom salad.
Our dogs had the treats that were available for purchase from the cafe and were made welcome with bowls of water available.
It is a little further out from Margaret River but a nice drive through farm land and vineyards.
A recommend stop during your visit to Margaret River.
This place blew my mind today. Not because of the out of this world food. In fact I had one of the best steak and red wine pies here ever. No, the thing that blew me away was the ridiculously fast service in how long it took from when I ordered meals for a family of four to when it arrived... Less than 10mins. So why am I making such a big deal about this? Well because the place was absolutely rammed at the peak lunch hour. The queue for ordering was a good 15x people deep yet the lady taking the orders was as fast and efficient as could be. I figured it would easily be a good 30min wait given past experiences so when I had taken about 3x sips of my beautiful Beer Farm Pale Ale only to have the waitress bring the food, I was gobsmacked! Either we got shunted to the front of the queue somehow or their service is from another planet. Blown away! And would return in a heartbeat!
When in Margaret River we try not to miss a chance to visit The Berry Farm.
Good parking for disable (my wife has difficulty to walk), good service, scones like theirs are served (to my limited knowledge) only in four places in the world. One wants to write a separate review for birds if only they can read, they are always there, New Holland honey eaters are almost domesticated, will eat from your hand. It is a very special place worth to visit again and again.
I visited the Berry Farm this morning. I have to say the place is absolutely amazing. Service was great and food from the cafe and goodies from the cellar door are devine.
Thank you for a lovely experience, will definitely be back.
Had a fantastic morning tea, scones, jam and cream, boysenberry pie, and strawberry cheese cake. Bird life, great surroundings includinng a couple of childrens playgrounds. Must visit destination.