Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Treat yourself to fruity delights at the famous Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm whenever you are in Victoria. The farm is home to the country’s largest producer of strawberries, giving you every reason to take a tour of the expansive farm.
Tucked away in the hinterland on the panoramic Mornington Peninsula, the farm is just an hour’s drive south-east from the CBD. It is famous for its world-class strawberries and exquisite dining experience.
Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm Mornington Peninsula Melbourne, Upick Price
Take a tour of the farm and pick your own fresh strawberries in one of the farm’s special activities known as U-Pick. Note, however, that this season is only open between the months of November – April (Closed Christmas Day). Just go and pay your entry fee and collect your strawberry punnet. Staff will direct you no how and where to pick the best strawberries. You must be able to close your punnet, otherwise, you will be charged for the extra strawberries.
Once you have had your pick, you may proceed to the cafe where delectable strawberry treats await you. Whether you would like some decadent strawberry ice cream or would like to try out the cafe’s signature Berry trifle, you can be sure you are in for the treat at Sunny Ridge. Pass by the shop to get fresh strawberry products, ranging from jams to syrups and even a mini jam gift pack to take home to friends and family.
To get to the farm, you are best to drive as public transport is not readily available. You may take Bus 788 to Portsea and then take a cab to the farm.