Frequently asked questions

We are a pick-your-own blueberry and strawberry farm, café and local produce market.

We welcome children and their families, tourists and locals alike to enjoy the spoils that we have to offer, including a panoramic view of Port Phillip Bay. 

How much does it cost to pick blueberries?

$20 per kilo. Pay for what you pick.

How much does it cost to buy pre-picked blueberries?

$28 per kilo

Do I need to book to pick?


Do I need to book to eat at the café between 9am and 5pm?

No. Recommended for groups. Book via Facebook > Messenger.

How much does it cost to pick strawberries?

$12 per kilo. Pay for what you pick. Picking is available when berries are ripe. Strawberries are closed when there is no ripe fruit.

How much does it cost to buy pre-picked strawberries?

By order only. Message Tuckerberry Hill via Facebook to order with 48 hours notice.

When are you open?

9am to 5pm, 7 days a week from 26th December to late January.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes. On a lead with a poo bag. 

Does it cost to come to the farm?

No. Entry is free. Pay for what you pick. 

Do you have a licensed café?

Yes. BBQ lunch and light morning and afternoon tea. 

Are you open for dinner?

Only by bookings. Message Tuckerberry Hill via Facebook.

Do I need to be double vaccinated to pick or eat outside at your café?


Do you serve alcohol?

Yes. Our own Brewberry beer (8 different types), as well as local wines and some other alcohol.

How about your Market?

Stocks are replenished on Saturdays in the morning. This is open when the farm is open. 7 days a week, 9am to 5pm.


What Our Happy Visitors Say

"Great farm, awesome organic berries. We were lucky enough to have a chat with the owner who is so passionate about what he is doing and about organic foods."

"Loved it strong community - fresh local mainly organic vegies, pick your own berries and a few sides biodynamic wheat, organic milk and yogurt. Oh yes and birdland organic seeds. Sat-Sun 10-3 ps can get a bite to drink and eat."

"We had a blast berry picking, licking ice-creams on the grass and enjoying the sunshine. Great outing for the kids loved it."