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4 of the Best Places to Pick Your Own Fruit in Perth

4 of the Best Places to Pick Your Own Fruit in Perth

It’s time to think of getting fruits other than the major supermarkets. Perth is full of farms and orchards that grow fruit for picking in whatever season.

Let’s schedule the weekday or the weekend off, grab a basket, and go get some fruits. Here are some favourite spots and maybe new ones that you might not know.

Where can I pick my own fruits in Perth?

You can pick your own fruits at our favourite farms and orchards:

  • D’Uva Strawberry Farm
  • Wanneroo Strawberry Picking Farm
  • Raeburn Orchards
  • S&R Orchard

D’Uva’s Strawberry Farm, Wanneroo

D'Uva's Strawberry Farm, Wanneroo

Address: 424 Badgerup Rd, Gnangara WA 6067, Australia

Hours: Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 3 pm, subject to availability

Phone: +61 8 9405 1572


Cost: $5 to pick fruits, no entry fees

Pick your own strawberries at this unique farm, which can sometimes be subject to availability on the weekends. Select from the gourmet deli options such as cheeses and Conti rolls for some filling snacks.

Just be sure to take in the amazing sights with clear sharp eyes. Visit your nearest eye clinic if your vision is a little blurry.

But if they’re in excellent shape, we suggest picking up some jars of pickles. They’re just the perfect blend of sweet and sour with each crunchy bite.

We also recommend nibbling on The Tommy Gun. This deli offering is an amazing combination of ham, cheese, tomato, sun-dried tomato, and jalapeños sandwiched between soft bread.

Be warned: the yummy croissants, which cost $8.50, can be highly addicting. We took home at least a dozen.

Wanneroo Strawberry Picking Farm

Wanneroo Strawberry Picking Farm

Address: 55 Grisker Rd, Wanneroo WA 6065, Australia

Hours: Saturday to Sunday, 7 am to 5 pm


Cost: $10 to pick fruits, no entry fees

Load heaps of plump strawberries into your box for a steal. Look for the most abundant fruits during the spring since we managed to get around four to five kilograms during our visit.

You might need to check with your physiotherapist if you feel a little pain while lugging around your fruits. 

Usually, people can pick up three kilograms of fruit, so you can use this as a gauge for your fruit picking limit if you have pain issues.

We liked that there was no entry fee and we only paid for the strawberry picking experience. Slots can be limited, so it would be best to contact them beforehand.

Bring cash only, as this is the only mode of payment they accept. As with other farms, respect the place and leave no rubbish behind.

Raeburn Orchards

Raeburn Orchards

Address: 4 Raeburn Rd, Roleystone WA 6111, Australia

Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm


Cost: $5, free for children under 12 years old

The place can be full due to people picking fruits and having picnics. They also have an assortment of picked fruits, preserves, jams, honey, and cider that you can sample.

Remind yourself not to eat too much sugar. Your dentist won’t like it if your oral health gets compromised.

The ciders come in different varieties such as their original recipe, Gold’N Pear, and Old Mate Ginger. Each comes with a distinct taste and color that’s expected to suit even the most discriminating palate.

Events are available during spring, summer, fall, and winter with respective fruit picking activities. Depending on the season, you’ll be able to pick apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, plums, persimmons, apricots, and other delicious fruits.

Eat moderately though. An upset stomach can cause you to consult your gastroenterologist prematurely.

S&R Orchard Perth

S&R Orchard Perth

Address: 36 Halleendale Road Walliston Perth

Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm, subject to availability


Cost: $12 for adults, $5 for kids, free for kids under 3 years old

S&R has the Blossom Festival from September 5 to 26. Surrounded by blossoming trees, you and your friends and family can picnic, ride tractors, or visit the animal farm.

A fun bouncy castle is available for kids and kids at heart, while the Ferris Wheel will let you view the whole orchard. If you’re in the mood for food, then the food vans on site will cater to your eating whims.

$12 parking tickets will be required during weekends, but the spaces are limited. We suggest booking your parking spot in advance to avoid getting disappointed.

You might have to park a lot further if you can’t secure one. Your feet won’t like it, and your podiatrist won’t probably like that too.

However, parking tickets aren’t needed on weekdays, so you can relax a bit. All the other activities will be free, except for the $5 Ferris wheel and the $5 teacup rides.

You can even do flower crown making during the weekend for $15 only!

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