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Sorell Fruit Farm

#2 of 10 things to do in Sorell Features Animals
174 Pawleena Road, Sorell, Tasmania 7172, Australia
+61 3 6265 2744
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Disappointing

Looked great on the Internet, planned some beautiful fresh fruit for lunch. Jams for tasting and... read more

Reviewed February 27, 2017
Catherine389
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Gold Coast, Australia
Best cherries in the world!!!

Amazing fruit size with sweetness to match.. the biggest most amazing tasting cherries were ready... read more

Reviewed February 8, 2017
NajusReviews
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Sydney, Australia
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174 Pawleena Road, Sorell, Tasmania 7172, Australia
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Reviewed February 27, 2017

Looked great on the Internet, planned some beautiful fresh fruit for lunch. Jams for tasting and buying, few bits of average fruit for sale, might be good if you go fruit picking but I would give it a miss for a drop in for fresh...More

Thank Catherine389
Reviewed February 8, 2017 via mobile

Amazing fruit size with sweetness to match.. the biggest most amazing tasting cherries were ready to be picked. The trip to sorell fruit farm is a fun experience and the entry is affordable. You get a plastic container to fill up to take cherries home...More

Thank NajusReviews
Reviewed February 1, 2017

This was an extremely disappointing experience in all. It’s overpriced, the fruit farm is poorly maintained and the website is misleading as far as opening times and fruits available to pick. It cost $20 a punnet for my two children to pick poor quality fruit,...More

Thank Leesa S
Reviewed January 11, 2017

Stopped here to pick fruit - as we are from Queensland we do not get really high quality stone fruit. For a few dollars you can pick cherries, lots of different berries and apricots. We concentrated on the cherries and apricots - very very yummy!...More

Thank BarbaraH52
Reviewed January 9, 2017

I had a pleasant experience, however found the venue was definitely geared for overseas tourists. $20 a punnet would have been a reasonable price had I been able to collect produce comparable in quality to that in the supermarket. I followed their Facebook updates in...More

Thank ilovepythagoras
Reviewed January 8, 2017

Each summer for many years we have been to the fruit farm to pick mixed berries to freeze for use during the year. The two of us each paid $15 for a punnet and went to the berry patch. The rows were full of weeds...More

1  Thank Peter F
Reviewed January 2, 2017 via mobile

It's $20/adult/punnet with strawberries, cherries and tayberries in season. Hard work but good experience for the kids and teenagers. Nice.

Thank Wee-Bin
Reviewed January 2, 2017 via mobile

Absolute rort! Drove up to have a fun family friendly afternoon for the kids only to find out each person MUST purchase a punnet to go in. A large punnet which would hold 500g of cherries or so costs $20 per adult. So they wanted...More

1  Thank BreeGerbs
Reviewed January 1, 2017 via mobile

Lovely place to stop and was a bit of fun picking and eating the fruit. Cost $20- per adult for a punnet which you can fill with fruit. Was hoping that we could have purchased one between us. If they are going to charge so...More

Thank Kendra B
Reviewed January 1, 2017 via mobile

It started with really rude customer service followed by terrible food. The strawberries were tasteless and flowery. The cherries looked half eaten with very few good looking ones and even the good ones had a very plain taste. The raspberries would of had to be...More

1  Thank ewanh90
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clrcbj
will this fruit farm be open between Dec 23 to Dec 27?
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lovetotravel_rls
Hi, how much is the admission fee to the farm? Some mentioned that you pay for the container to pick your fruits. What are the charges? If we are a group of 6, all of us will need to pay?
September 20, 2015|
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Response from brittneygreen | Reviewed this property |
There is no fee to visit the cafe, but if you want to pick fruit then every person older than about 3 years who is picking fruit will need to buy a container - which i think was about $8. The container is for as many... More
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