Tuckerberry Hill, Berry Farm and Cafe
Tuckerberry Hill Berry Farm and Café is a small locally operated farm located in the picturesque Bellarine Peninsula town of Drysdale. It's open during the warmer months – when berries are in season. Usually strawberries from October to May and blueberries from December to end of February.
Here you will enjoy picking fresh chemical spray free blueberries from $16 - $20 per kilo and you just pay for what you pick. Bonus there’s no entrance fee.
Tuckerberry Hill was started by one of Australia’s first pioneering blueberry farmers, Margaret Tucker (hence the name!), with her daughter Christine and husband David Lean continuing on the farm. Tuckerberry Hill is the only blueberry orchard on the Bellarine and all their fruit is spray-free and grown under natural conditions.
We spent a relaxing Saturday afternoon there and pick as much as we pleased and enjoy some lovely homemade scones with homemade blueberry jam and the kids loved the blueberry milkshakes at the newly renovated cafe.
Our children loved picking their own berries and playing in the grounds and slide afterwards.
I highly recommend heading to Tuckerberry Hill for some family fun and it’s a great experience to let the kids explore around the orchards.
$16 per kg if you pick over 3 kgs
$18 per kg if you pick between 1-3 kgs
$20 per kg if you pick less than 1 kg
Tuckerberry Hill Berry Farm and Café
35 Becks Road, Drysdale (03) 5251 3468