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Huntley Berry Farm

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Huntley Berry Farm

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1025 Huntley Road, Orange, New South Wales 2800 Australia
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Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

All-inclusive Morning Wine Tour in Orange

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With Uncork Orange we provide fun, intimate, small group tours surrounding the beautiful area around Orange. Our guides are all locally based and knowledgeable about the Orange area and the wonderful wines and food we produce here.<br>With Uncork Orange it doesn’t matter if you are a novice or a connoisseur when it comes to wine tasting. We will guide you through how wine is made and what grape varietals are grown in the area. <br>The three wineries we will visit are all family owned wineries and every winery has unique wines that are subtly different from each other. <br>We will spend approximately 30 minutes to 45 minutes at each winery. At the winery you will typically sample between 4 – 6 wines (this is the fun part!). At some of these wineries you will be able to look out over the vineyard where the grapes are grown that has made the wine you will be drinking. <br>All tasting fees are included in the price. <br>We provide complimentary water and snacks on board.
US$119.53 US$133 per adult
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TravelTrips12 wrote a review 21 Jan
Sydney, Australia272 contributions96 helpful votes
Plenty of berries to pick, all very fresh and tasty. The fruit being organic was a big plus. Plenty of veggies too but were not in season at the time. In addition, there were chooks and other animals to visit. It’s unfortunate that the cafe wasn’t open. We had to find another spot for lunch. If you plan to visit, make sure to call up and check what’s available to pick to avoid disappointment. A fantastic experience if you set your expectations right.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Phil-Joel wrote a review 8 Jan
Sydney, Australia475 contributions123 helpful votes
We were in Bathurst heading to Orange & were told about this place so we thought we’d drop in & we’re so glad we did. We spent about an hour strolling through the plots picking strawberries, blackberries & raspberries. Giannini was an excellent host & we finished off buying some of their jams & local honey. Apparently February is the best time to visit as they will then also have some select vegetables to pick.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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christine m wrote a review Dec 2020
Sydney, Australia134 contributions53 helpful votes
Just loved our day here. We took our granddaughter and picked raspberries and strawberries but there were loads of other varieties as well. Our 5 year old granddaughter had a ball, they also had some farm animals which she just loved. Super cheap and educational family day.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Travelling1967 wrote a review Mar 2020
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Ideal for young families to pick and purchase their own locally grown fruit and vegetables. The animals would be an attraction for the kiddies too. Cafe available
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Date of experience: March 2020
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DM S wrote a review Feb 2020
Port Macquarie, Australia1,346 contributions328 helpful votes
While the farm is a fair distance of of Orange it is worth the trip. There were virtually no berries in season to pick (it is late Feb) we decided instead to pick 12 kgs of green tomatoes to take home and make green tomato pickles. At $2 per kilo, that price can't be beaten anywhere. We also bought some succulents, checked out the free roaming turkeys and looked at the aviaries. In the next few weeks there will be lots of lovely organically grown zucchinis and rockmelons. It is a not for profit farm and entry is a gold coin donation.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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