Located at the footsteps of the Otways, the Pennyroyal Valley has fertile soils and a temperate climate which makes it the perfect place for growing produce.
The valley is home to a number of berry farms where you can pick your own fresh berries (Nov to March). It is also home to wineries, olive groves and mushroom growers. The beautiful green rolling hills invite you to explore and discover live music, farmgate sales, wine tastings and fresh produce, bespoke accommodation and quaint country villages. The perfect Sunday drive or weekend adventure.
Located at the footsteps of the Otways, the Pennyroyal Valley features a number of berry farms where you can pick your own fresh berries (Nov to March) strawberries, raspberries, boysenberries, brambleberries, you name it!
Of course a trip to the Pennyroyal region wouldn’t be complete without trailing the Otway Harvest Trail – would it?
Deans Marsh and the Pennyroyal Valley are also a great way to start your journey throughout the Otway Ranges and the Great Ocean Road.
Berry picking is a fun and enjoyable activity for the whole family, and is particularly popular with children. Below, you will see a video montage of nutritionist, author and blogger Lola Berry and her friend berry picking in Summer, featuring the region’s Pennyroyal Raspberry Farm.
Pennyroyal Raspberry Farm is the oldest working berry farm in the south west of Victoria and grows everything organically.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PukItSi3SLY
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