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T & H Holl & Son Strawberry Farm

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by Aleisha (subscribe)
Perth - Writer - Mum - Traveller - Business Owner - Storyteller. Instagram: @cloudsofwhitetravel
Published October 28th 2015
$5 for a huge tray of strawberries plus eat as you go


A strawberry that you've picked yourself somehow seems to taste so much sweeter than those you bought from the shop in a plastic container- don't you think?

So why not make the most of the nice Spring weather, bag yourself a bargain and get a taste for that sweet life by picking your own strawberries at T&H Holl and Son in Gnangara.



The pubic is allowed in to pick for a limited part of the year and it is expected that the farm will be open until about mid November for the 2015 season.

You pay just $5 for a cardboard tray, which you can fill as high as you want and can hold a few kilograms of strawberries.

In addition to this, pickers are welcome to eat berries as they pick.



The owners of the farm will point you in the direction of the rows of strawberries currently ready for picking.

It doesn't take much looking to find plenty of plump, juicy strawberries.

It took us about 20 minutes to fill our tray, which we put on the scales when we got home and it came in at 3.4kilograms.



Back at the shed where you pay and collect your tray, you can also buy trays of already picked strawberries for $5 and for those hoping to get strawberries to make jam, there are even cheaper trays with softer, less pretty fruit.

Children are welcome at the farm and a small gazebo has been set up to provide some shade for those who choose to take it easy and let others do the picking.



The rows of strawberries are planted into fine grey sandy earth, so its probably best to wear old running shoes.

The farm opens from about 9am each day and stays open for pickers until about 5pm.

Drinks can also be purchased at the shed where you pay for your trays.

Happy picking!
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When: Around Spring time- but changes depending on the season
Where: Lot 11 Badgerup Road, Gnangara
Cost: $5
Your Comment
The map for this place is totally wrong, and we got thoroughly lost trying to get there this morning. Following the map on this article, you end up on the wrong side of Ocean Reef Road, in an industrial area.
by grouc (score: 1|10) 1446 days ago
THE MAP AND ADDRESS ARE WRONG. We couldn't find it at all. On the northern side of Ocean Reef Road there were some vegie fields. Very disappointed.
by rmatt (score: 0|2) 1445 days ago
Does anyone know if this farm is still in operation?
by gniyi (score: 0|2) 1159 days ago
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