Red Hill Cherry Farm

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Zipspersnickety
Melbourne, Australia18 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
My family and I frequent all kinds of "U pick" fruit farms. Red Hill Cherries was well set out , no big walk to the orchard so good for little kids. The staff were friendly and we enjoyed trying the sour cherries as well as the sweet. Very high quality fruit available. Not 5 star review as the prices do make it an expensive way to enjoy cherries. Perhaps if a small container was included in the $15 adult entry it would be easier to justify the price.
Fun activity if you're able to afford it with a family.
Written January 13, 2020
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Lindi Hanna
Melbourne, Australia21 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
A Cherry Buffet!!
Yes there is an entry fee, but then you can freely eat the delicious fruit straight from the tree, no guilt!!
Fabulous day with 6 teenagers, 4 adults and 2 seniors. All had a wonderful time.
Small retail shop at entry, great range.
Take the time and go. Family business.
Written January 10, 2020
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MissTahlia
Melbourne, Australia26 contributions
Jan 2021
We visited the cherry farm today for an afternoon of picking (and eating). The cherries had suffered a lot of rain damage (semi-exploded from rain sitting on them). It took a while to find cherries that were not damaged- (i'd say around 85% were damaged). I believe had I come a week before there would have been a lot more to pick. They were sweet and tasty and reasonably priced.
Written January 3, 2021
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mick d
34 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
ok..let me start by saying I have been to a lot of U pick places as the kids love them. So here im greeted by 15.00 per adult and 10.00 per kid as an entry price then 10.00 per kilo for cherries picked. For my family that worked out to almost 60.00 in entry to pick cherries...And their are high quality cherries for sale all over the peninsula at 15.00 a kilo and cherries are in season everywhere.

If your a tourist fully cashed up or trying to splash some money to impress a date go for it. If your a family though dont bother its a waste of money.
Written January 3, 2018
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MimiFlorence23
Melbourne, Australia175 contributions
Jan 2019 • Family
We love coming here. The staff are friendly, the cherries are delightful but the price to go in to pick cherries is ridiculous. $15 per adult then you have to pay $10 per kg for the cherries that you pick. Something has got to give. It cost us $80 for a family of 4 for the privilege for an hour at the very most. Understand that you have to make money but that is a bit much.
Written January 14, 2019
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Oldjack
Greater Melbourne, Australia25,895 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
Located right in Red Hill this is a very good place for cherries that are good quality and the staff and service is very good. Early in the season you can pick your own but this was not an option although cherries are still sold in packs.
Written January 6, 2017
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rosiemariesam
Melbourne, Australia61 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
We loved our visit here. It was really fun to wander among the trees and pick our own cherries. Cheerful grinning staff encouraged us to sneak a few tastes as we went. A bit busy surrounded by families and tourists but a fun buzzing busy.
Written May 19, 2016
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AuntyMim
Brisbane, Australia111 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
A family run very honest farm outlet, no frills, just wonderful fruit. The Cherries were divine. Also surprised to find we were left to serve ourselves with an "Honesty Box" for our payment.
Written January 28, 2016
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AirMailThanks
Melbourne, Australia9 contributions
Jan 2016 • Solo
A quick drop in to bring some fresh in-season cherries home for my girlfriend. They sell cherries pre-picked and boxed in 1kg containers at a very small markup from the pick your own weight ($14.90/kg vs $12.90/kg).

Delightful and friendly staff, very clear signage (just follow to the end of the road) and free parking made it super easy to come and get a big tub of cherries.

I also got another tub from a different cherry farm down the road to compare and these are the best by far. A friend whose family lives in the penninsula said these were the best cherries he's ever eaten if that counts for anything.

If you can't get down to the penninsula then you can also get fresh cherries from another nearby grower at the Richmond Gleadell St market when in season (Saturday morning 7am-12pm)
Written January 1, 2016
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KYee C
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia633 contributions
Nov 2015 • Family
This was one of the place we stopped on our day tour of Mornington Peninsular. This cherry farm is quite big. An entrance fee is charged and also you are charged based on the weight of the cherries you plucked.

There is a staff who is friendly and will explain to you how you can pluck the cherries and which are the sweet ones(pluck those that are dark red). He will also inform you on the safety aspect when you are using the ladder to climb up the tree.

There are many trees and you can go around plucking those ripe ones.

It is a fun activity especially for the kids. The trees will bear fruits from November to around February and will only bear fruit once per season. So it is better to go in the early of the season to see more fruits.

There is also a shop which sell products made from cherries from the farm.
Written December 7, 2015
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