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Beerenberg Farm

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Mount Barker Road, Hahndorf, South Australia 5245, Australia
+61 8 8388 7272
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Beerenberg Farm is a "must visit" for all food lovers visiting the Adelaide Hills. One of Australia's oldest family-owned jam, condiment and sauce producers, it is now run by the sixth generation of the Paech family on their Hahndorf farm. Open all year round, 7 days a week (except Christmas Day), the farm shop is open 9am to 5pm. Enjoy a leisurely browse through the complete collection of farm-made products in the delightful farm shop. During strawberry season (November to April), bring the family and pick your own strawberries from 9am to last field entry at 4.15pm (November to April). Patch entry is $4.00 per adult (13 years and under are free). Strawberries you pick are then weighed and are $9.95/kg. During strawberry season, come and experience 'A Taste of Beerenberg' - a hosted, small group session. You will enjoy 90 minutes of learning, tasting and relaxing on our beautiful farm in Hahndorf, owned and operated by the 6th generation of the Paech family. $65/person, book online.
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Mount Barker Road, Hahndorf, South Australia 5245, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

They really do offer you a choice of jams, pickles, dressings, and confectionary that is second to none! Hard to leave without trying them all!

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Reviewed 5 days ago

We loved looking at the Beerenberg shop. It wasn’t summer so we couldn’t go strawberry picking, but we tasted up a storm choosing many jams and sauces to buy. Loved it, great service and friendly staff. I made pancakes the next day to try out...More

Thank Jennie C
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This was a destination for my daughter and it was definitely worth coming to. Whilst primarily an outlet purveying food, it had a great variety of berry based foods. Some berry’s I had never heard of before. produce range is very impressive. tastings were very...More

Thank Gerry K
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Staff were extremely helpful, lots of things to taste and temp. A food lovers delight. A shame there was no demonstration the day when we attended, but that did not detract from the experience

Thank Vanessa S
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is so much to look at to taste at the farm. What you see in the big supermarkets is only a fraction of what is actually on offer. I had the chance to try products that can still only be purchased at the farm...More

Thank Jinny57
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great place to visit, we arrived quite late and they looked like they were closing up. Staff were really friendly and still let us taste all the jams, marmalades and curds. Really well priced. Can't believe I haven't been here before, Really worth a visit.

Thank Karen H
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Reviewed 1 week ago

So nice to go here, we came here for cherries. Bought fresh ones and also had fresch cherry icreceam!

Thank Elizabeth P
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a great place to wander through. The staff were attentive but not pushy and they were only too happy to let us try various products. Prices are so reasonable which makes a refreshing change in farmhouse shops so we actually bought quite a...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

most who come to Hahndorf call in to see something very different in the Hills and can park your car in the new extended car park

Thank LAURAINE B
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Always a must-do stop when up in Hahndorf! Good selection of locally made goodies and friendly customer service. Good prices that are generally cheaper than the supermarkets. Also have a snoop in the "Seconds" & "New Products" basket to find yummy items at a discounted...More

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BeerenbergFamilyFarm, Farm Shop manager at Beerenberg Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

I've just rediscovered our Apricot Jam too. So full of proper, old school flavour. Thanks very much for reviewing your visit and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.

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Yen Koon L
11 June 2016|
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Response from Kerrie L | Reviewed this property |
Strawberry season is from October to April so patch is closed but the shop where they sell jams and other produce would be open..you can always call then before hand.
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jeanlG2402TG
4 March 2016|
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Response from nankel007 | Reviewed this property |
No Restaurant at the farm there is a shop were you can buy products from. Yes you can take you time picking the strawberries and I'm sure you don't have to book for 10 people hope that helps. Picking strawberries in morning... More
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Hi, We are a team of dragon boaters, 10 of us from the Breast Cancer Foundation Singapore (BCF Paddlers in the Pink) coming to Adelaide's West Lakes Regatta Course for a dragon boat race, The Club Crew World Championship 2016 from 29 Mar to 3rd April. We are planning to tour Adelaide after the Race. We will probably be driving over on the 5 April to your Strawberry Farm for a picking and tasting as it is highly recommended. However there are a few questions I hope you could help. 1.How far is it from Barossa Valley ? We will be spending the night at Barossa on the 4 April. 2. Do we have to make a reservation ahead for 10 of us for picking? 3. Is morning picking better then afternoon? 4. Do you have a nice restaurant in your Farm where we can have a lovely lunch or afternoon tea? 5. How much time to we need in the Farm for our planning purposes as we would like to spend some time touring and shopping at Hahndorf Village and finally catching the ferry to Kangaroo Island at 6pm. Appreciate your replies soonest possible. Thank you very much. Cheers, Jean Leng
4 March 2016|
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Response from george86 | Reviewed this property |
We were visitors from Victoria, but can confirm the other replies. Unless you are being driven by a local driver, I would allow 2 hours from the Barossa to Hahndorf. Roads are easy to follow. I can agree that morning visit... More
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