For a berry fun summer adventure complete with fine local fare, head to Cooloola Berries.
The award-winning agri-tourism farm is renowned for its delicious berry ciders, ice-creams and ploughman’s platter of local meats and cheeses.
The picturesque working farm, cafe and events venue is also a great place to take the whole family blueberry picking over the summer.
Located on the Noosa Country Drive map, it is the perfect spot for a bite when driving to or from Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach.
Cooloola Berries is run by husband and wife team Kim and Jason Lewis, who are passionate about producing the best possible produce.
The farm is popular with both tourists and locals, with hundreds visiting each week.
During the hot summer months, many stop to taste the farm’s delicious blueberry and strawberry ciders, and fruit ice-creams.
“Our ice cream is handcrafted, we have a machine that blends our fruits with Bulla ice-cream,” Kim says.
“The ciders are also made with our own fruit.”
Another popular item on the menu is the ploughman’s platter which features Kenilworth cheese along with local meats, macadamia nuts and seasonal fruit.
You can sit back and enjoy the fine fare in the relaxing and beautiful setting.
Visit on a Sunday from 1pm-4pm and discover the farm’s famous Paella in the Paddock, where adults listen to live music while the kids play.
Cooloola Berries is located at 856 Tagigan Rd, Wolvi.
They are open daily 8am – 5pm, but are closed 23-26 December, 31 December and 1 January.
For more information, phone 5486 7512 or visit www.cooloolaberries.com.au