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Published February 11th 2018
It's Berry Delicious
Delicious berry fruit (image from website)
Call in to the locally owned and operated Bright Berry Farms when cycling or driving between Myrtleford and Bright for a sweet treat or two. The 25 acre farm has been operating since 1993 and is planted with 20 acres of various berries, 8 acres of vineyard, 5 acres of cherries and 3 acres of apples, nuts and figs.
Among the many offerings are homemade fruit pies, pancakes, jams, ice cream/sorbets and berry cups. The berry cups are deliciously sweet and refreshing and helped provided us with an energy boost whilst cycling on a hot day. They also sell Mt Buffalo Vineyard wines as well as fruit wines and gift baskets.
The relaxed outdoor setting is bicycle and child friendly, water is provided and there is an onsite toilet. The shaded wooden tables overlook the orchard which is full of many trees in fruit. Enter the small shop for great coffee and cold drinks as there is no table service. The staff are happy to discuss some of the more unusual fruit varieties if they are not too busy. The farm shop is open 9am to 4pm Thursday to Monday but they are closed on public holidays.