Below are a few great options to get you started, but remember it’s a highly seasonal business, so we recommend hitting them up beforehand just to double check when they’re open. And remember to slip, slop, slap!
Ti Farm’s Pick Your Own Strawberries
Ti Farm is open from Friday through Sunday once those berries are ripe for the picking. It’ll set you back $10 per tray (about 5kg worth!) and it’s $2 per head entry – including all the strawberries you’ll be snacking on while you pick! Just make sure you remember to bring cash.
263 Old West Rd, Bullsbrook
Lena Strawberry Farm
About half-an-hour out of Perth, Lena Strawberry Farm are open to pick-your-own (PYO) only on selected weekends. $15 per tray, entry is free – which of course includes lots of snacking along the way! If you want to mix it up, they sometimes offer another PYO variety – so you can half and half your box. Your best bet is to keep an eye on their Facebook to find out when they’re open this season.
1021 Thomas Rd, Anketell
D’Uva’s Strawberry Farm
D’Uva’s in Wanneroo is worth the trip for their incredible gourmet deli alone – with incredible conti rolls, gourmet cheeses, olives, fruit platters and more. On select weekends they also open up their strawberry farm to the public for the serious pickers, suss out via their Facebook if they’re open this weekend.
424 Badgerup Rd, Wanneroo
Hoang Le’s Strawberries
Only a short trip northeast of Perth, Hoang Le’s rock some of the best strawberries going around – plus some great deals for any jam-makers out there. It’s still pretty early in the season so they’ve only got punnets to buy at the moment, but keen an eye on their Facebook to see when they open the farm up to the public. Last season, picking was $10 per box, with no entry fee.
120 Trichet Rd, Wanneroo
Kien’s Strawberry Farm
This family-run business has been operating for over 20 years, so you know you’ll only be getting the freshest in the west. One of the first open this season, boxes are $15 and will keep you going for an age. They can also be bought pre-loaded – but where’s the fun in that? As always, we recommend you keep an eye on their Facebook page to double check their opening times.
Lot 11, 360 Badgerup Rd, Gnangara
Sue & Tim’s Fresh Farms
Sue & Tim’s out in Wanneroo unfortunately isn’t open for picking juuuuust yet, but one gander at their Facebook and you’ll be heading out there anyway, we reckon! As well as juicy strawberries, these guys also grow plenty of other delicious fresh goodies, so you can keep your fridge well-stocked. Last season’s picking was only $10 per box with no entry fee.
157 Badgerup Rd, Wanneroo
Wanneroo Strawberry Picking Farms
For delicious strawberries, you’ve gotta hit up Wanneroo Strawberry Picking Farms. While they haven’t opened for this season just yet, we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for when we can stop by for their $10/box weekend picking sessions.
375 Badgerup Road, Wanneroo
My Strawberry Farm
We’ll be keeping a close eye on My Strawberry Farm‘s season’s start: one of the best value farms for PYO strawberries, they only charged $7 per box last year. As well as succulent strawbs, you can also often get your hands on some refreshing honey melons, rockmelons, blueberries and more from their shed. Delish!
Lot 71 Stoney Road, Gnangara
CORE Cider House
Missed the strawberry picking season? Pickering Brook’s CORE Cider House might not specialise in strawberries, but at various times of the year have a variety of different fruits you can wander around and pick – including some picturesque winter apple picking. It’s also an epic location for a long lunch on the weekends, and offer discounts on food and beverage for picking tour ticket holders.
35 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook
Header image: Ti Farm’s Pick Your Own Strawberries