5 of The BEST Places to go Strawberry Picking in Brisbane

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Are you looking for the best strawberry picking farms in Brisbane, QLD? Well, look no further! We’ve compiled a list of all the best places to pick those ripe and juicy strawberries.

Brisbane is full of great places to pick strawberries, and we’ve narrowed it down to our favourite choices!

When is strawberry season in Brisbane?

Strawberry picking season in Brisbane is typically from June to November each year. Although the season can change each year, so if you plan on going earlier or later into the main season, we recommend phoning ahead to make sure!

Not the right weather for strawberry picking? Check out our list of the best rainy day activities in Brisbane.

Why strawberry picking is fun?

Strawberry picking with kids is a great family bonding experience! The kids love being able to choose the strawberries they’re going to eat, and it’s also a great learning experience, to teach kids about where food comes from!

How to go strawberry picking

You may not think much of it, but there actually is a trick to make sure you pick strawberries properly! I know, I didn’t know that either.

  1. First, don’t grab the strawberry with your fingers, this could squish it.
  2. Instead, grab the vine and push the strawberry of it, slowly as not to crush it.
  3. Repeat.

Where to go strawberry picking near Brisbane

You can use our strawberry picking Brisbane map to find your nearest farm!

There are so many different places you can go strawberry picking, so we made sure our list has something for everyone!

1. Chambers Flat Strawberry Farm – Pick Your Own August to October

Experience the Joy of Strawberry Picking at Chambers Flat Strawberry Farm in Brisbane. Choose from handpicking your own juicy strawberries from their pristine fields or buy them freshly harvested from the farm store. Complement your berry picking with the farm’s delicious strawberry jams, ice creams, and other treats for a truly delightful experience.

Address: 912 Chambers Flat Road, Chambers Flat QLD 4133

Phone: (07) 5546 3652

FaceBook: Chambers Flat

2. Rolin Farms

Get Your Berry Fix at Rolin Farms on the Sunshine Coast. Just a 12-minute drive from Caboolture, this farm is open daily from 8 am to 4 pm during the strawberry season (June to October). Enjoy a fun and fresh experience picking your own strawberries or indulge in the farm’s locally sourced, juicy strawberries, jams and other treats.

Address: 124-190 Rutters Road, Elimbah QLD 4516

Phone: (07) 5497 4253

Website: Rolin Farms

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3. McMartin’s Strawberry Farm

Enjoy strawberry picking or purchase from the stall all day at the farm on the Sunshine Coast near Bli Bli, en route to the Maroochy River. Strawberry picking is a fantastic activity for families, and the farm also offers a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, homemade gourmet ice creams, jams, Devonshire tea, souvenirs, and more. Please note that the hours of operation for the 2023 season are yet to be confirmed.

Address: 899 Yandina Bli Bli Rd, Bli Bli QLD 4560

Phone: (07) 5448 4912

Website: McMartin’s Strawberry Farm

4. Cooloola Berries

Cooloola Berries is a working farm located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, offering the enjoyable activity of hand-picking fresh and delicious strawberries and blueberries. Visitors can pick strawberries from approximately May to November (depending on the season) and blueberries from December to January each year.

The farm features a delightful café that serves delicious local produce, providing a great spot to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor. The café is open from Monday to Sunday, allowing visitors to indulge between 8am and 5pm.

In addition to berry picking and the café, Cooloola Berries boasts beautiful lavender fields that bloom for a significant portion of the year, creating a picturesque setting. The venue is also suitable for hosting weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and offers farm tours for those interested in learning more about their operations.

Cooloola Berries also participates in the Cooloola Farmers Trail, a special event where they showcase their farm to the public on select occasions.

Address: 856 Tagigan Rd, Wolvi QLD 4570

Phone: (07) 5486 7512

Website: Cooloola Berries

5. LuvaBerry Farm – Temporarily Closed

Experience the Ultimate Strawberry Picking Adventure with Peckish Picking at this Berry-Filled Farm. Shop for Fresh Local Produce, Join Complimentary Farm Tours, and Savor Delicious Tea, Coffee and Baked Treats.

Address: Ziviani Road, Wamuran QLD 4512

Phone: 0417 741 692

Website: LuvaBerry

Strawberry Picking Brisbane

In conclusion, strawberry picking in Brisbane is a fun and unique experience that offers something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly activity, a romantic outing, or just a delicious way to enjoy fresh produce, Brisbane’s various strawberry farms offer plenty of options.

From Rolin Farms on the Sunshine Coast to Chambers Flat Strawberry Farm and beyond, there are plenty of places to visit for a day of fun and fresh strawberries. With Peckish Picking and farm tours also available, it’s easy to make a day of it and enjoy the best that Brisbane’s strawberry farms have to offer. So, why not plan a trip today and discover the sweet taste of fresh strawberries straight from the farm!

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Alex has been writing for his mum's website since he was 10 years old and now he runs his own website, Get Out with Kids. He attends high school and works part time at McDonald's. Born in the UK but growing up in Australia he has a passion for travel, and has visited more than 25 countries. He has a Cert III in Hospitality and holds the Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate. With this background he is well qualified to write the website's restaurant reviews and travel articles. When he grows up he aims to be a pilot and is currently studying for his Recreational Pilot License.

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