Tasmania's cool climate keeps the berry bushes and cherry trees at Sorell Fruit Farm full of fruit for most of the year. Dress in comfortable clothes suitable for farming because you'll be picking your own berries and cherries from the abundant branches. Fill your bucket with the local fruits then stop by the farm's shop for homemade jams, wines, and liquors that make tasty gifts for friends and family back home. Before leaving try berry ice cream to satisfy your sweet tooth and refresh you after a long day at work on the branches. You can plan Sorell trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.
Sorell Fruit Farm Reviews
No one care to help you even you stood there for 10minutes. We had eye contact with the staff, staff did not care to approach and ask if you need help. Apparently they didn’t not care to do business..... more »
Used to be a great place to visit you could choose a size container, even just one, and pay to go in and pick pick pick, BUT NOW, adults $10, Children $5 and you get given one container, wow, NOT... more »
Avoid this place!! As an adult you must buy a $20 box (price per person). Even though I explained we had a flight a couple of hours later, and therefore that carrying so many fruits was not really convenient, the receptionist did not care a bit and agressively answered : "It's $60 box (as we were 3) or nothing. Thank you, bye". After this, we went to the entry of the farm to check the list of fruits and have a quick look around. And this lady came out to yell at us that we needed to purchase ticket. They obviously do not care about their visitors or the customer experience. Their only aim is to make money, which is also proven by the large touristic buses parked there. This place is not authentic and the way we have been treated is a shame. There are other fruit picking places in this area, so look for another one. 😉 I did some similar fruit picking in Queensland, and it was a great experience. I just spent one year in Australia, and this lady is by far the most unpleasant and disrespectful person I have dealt with in this beautiful country. When you obviously hate people so much, I guess this job position is not ideal.
The fruit picking experience is lovely and the fruit tastes amazing. The customer service women were very rude in the cafe and front desk. This was my 3rd time visiting this fruit farm but after the way they spoke to everyone I think it will be my last.
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