The Berry Farm

Star 4.5 (366 Google reviews)
The Berry Farm is open! Their hours are from Tuesday - Sunday, 10am to 4.00pm in the Cottage Cafe and 10am to 4.30pm in the Cellar Door. They are open on Monday's during school holidays and selected public holidays. Pop in, say hello and pick up some of your Berry Farm faves. Just a reminder that bookings are essential if you’re planning on dining in. Call 9757 5054 ext 1 to reserve your table.

The Berry Farm

Cottage Cafe: Tuesday - Sunday, 10 am - 4 pm Cellar Door: Tuesday - Sunday, 10am - 4:30 pm
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Established in 1986, The Berry Farm Cellar Door & Cottage Cafe is a favourite of both locals and visitors to the beautiful South West. The Berry Farm Cellar Door is known for their homemade jams, preserves, sauces, syrups and other gourmet creations. The winery creates something a little different in the region making sparkling fruit wines, dessert wines, fortified wines (ports), liqueurs, ciders and vinegars. The 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 birdlife.
With a long history of success and a strong reputation for serving and producing excellent quality food products in WA, the Cottage Café and garden invites you to try some of the fresh, local produce on the seasonal menu whether you are craving for delectable country-style dishes or you want to satisfy your “sweet tooth”.  The Berry Farm cafe have scores of scrumptious dishes on their seasonal menu including perennial favourites such as the Beef and Red Wine Pie, Ploughman's Platter, Boysenberry Pie, Pancakes, and their ever popular Scones with Berry Farm Jam and cream. The chefs love to cater for vegetarians and there is always something tasty on offer for the kids.

Since the early beginnings, The Berry Farm cafe has been a favourite destination for locals and visitors to the South West region. The cellar door is absolutely brimming with delectable products all produced on the farm. Visitors are invited to taste before they buy with over forty gourmet products on tasting every day. The cellar door also offers a children’s corner to help entertain the kids while you tempt your taste buds.

There really is something for everyone! Keep the local birds company and dine amongst nature in the Cottage Café and gardens. Serving morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch, you'll be invited to try some of the fresh, local produce on the seasonal menu.  Sit back and relax while the kids have fun on the playgrounds and outdoor chessboard. By the way, the beautiful fairy wrens might hop on to your table to join you at anytime!



The Berry Farm

43 Bessell Rd, Rosa Glen WA 6285, Australia


Star 4.5 (366 Google reviews)
Marieka Stade 22 October 2021

I highly recommend the strawberry and kirsch jam it is delicious. My partner and I also had scones and coffee at the cafe. It was delicious. The place is peaceful and green with lots of beautiful flowers and birds. Highly recommend this place.

Sean Goodridge 05 May 2022

What a lovely little spot to stop for a lunch or morn/arvo tea. We had lunch which was super yummy. But expect to share it with the local bird life they are not shy. Will definitely be back very soon to try there scones with jam and cream. We were too full after lunch. The cellar door sales were great. Lots to choose from you won’t walk away empty handed.

Kevin Farthing 17 March 2022

Had a very nice lunch here. Absolutely beautiful property. Food and drinks well priced. Very good service. Will come again.

Joshua Quirk 04 May 2022

Cool place .. 3 nice playgrounds for the kids to play on. The wood playground down the bottom could do with some shade, and the flying fox on the middle playground needed repairs, but apart from that, all good and the kids loved it there. Being able to see the animals was good fun, but the kids really wanted to get amongst it a bit more (petting/feeding/other perhaps?). The food was ok, but it was the playground (for us) that made it worthwhile.