Did you know that the majority of strawberries produced in Australia come from Queensland? Accounting for 33% of Australia’s strawberry production industry, you can get your hands on freshly picked strawberries right here in the Moreton Bay Region at Rolin Farms in Elimbah, just an hour north of Brisbane.
Does anything taste better than a warm and juicy strawberry freshly picked from the fields? Enjoy a day out in the winter sun with pick your own strawberries at Rolin Farms. Strawberry picking has long been a great activity for family bonding, where children can participate and parents can encourage healthy eating habits in a fun and exciting activity. Stop by the shop to pick up your wooden basket for picking before heading out to the fields either with children in tow or occupied in the playground. Parking is available on the farm for everyone, including busses and caravans.
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From an on-site nursery to attending local shows, the team at Rolin Farms are also experts in collecting and caring for orchids. Specialising in growing the plants to flowering size, you can find a range of orchid species blooming in the nursery when you visit the farm. While viewing of the nursery is on an appointment only basis, there is a selection of flowering orchids for sale in the strawberry shop that you can pick up for a loved one. The team are also avid flower and garden event attendees and while always have a range of orchids available for you to take home on the day.
In a little shed on a massive farm, right next to the car park, you can find the strawberry shop. This is where you’ll pick up your little basket for pick you own strawberries or buy a kilo or more, freshly picked by the team at Rolin Farms themselves. Additionally, you can pick up some delicious jams and jars of honey, refuel with a cappuccino, sample a range of pancake fair available on weekends and school holidays, or try some flavoured ice creams.
Where: 124-190 Rutters Road, Elimbah
When: June – October, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Contact: (07) 5497 4245
124-190 Rutters Road, Elimbah
(07) 5497 4253
Public holidays may vary