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Pick your own sweet and morello cherries at Red Hill Cherry Farm.

With 46 years of pick your own cherries, Red Hill Cherry Farm is the oldest in the state and are considered an essential visit when on the Mornington Peninsula. You can visit the cherry farm from mid to late November to early to mid January each year.

Situated in a secluded valley in the centre of Red Hill, the cherry farm is the oldest in the state and has been continually been operated by the Holmes family since 1969. There are twenty five varieties of cherries on 4,500 trees.

The farm also offers a boutique range of cherry products for you to enjoy cherries all year round.

Cherry ice cream - is a rich and creamy with generous fragments of cherries for great texture and flavour.

Cherry cordial - a refreshing fruity cordial which is packed with Vitamin C and antioxidants.

Cherry juice - deep burgundy in colour, the juice contains 100% morello cherries with no added sugar or preservatives.

Cherry beer - a balance of fresh ripe cherries with a lingering malt finish.

Cherry cider - ruby in colour, the cider has a fruitful pallet of apple, cherry and pear. A refreshing drink all year round.

Cherry port - a true vintage port that is rich in colour with a long lasting flavour of cherry pie.

There is something for everyone at Red Hill Cherry Farm.

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Local directions:

69 Prossors Lane Red Hill Melway 190 K6. For further directions please view the website, under the 'How to Find Us' tab.

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Guide
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Public toilet
  • Shaded area
  • Farm/Station
  • Fruit Picking
Opening hours:

Cherry season normally runs from mid to late November to early to mid January each year. Please note: opening hours may change at short notice due to wet conditions or availability of ripe fruit. This is something the operators have no control over, so please check their website or Facebook sites before travelling. Closed Christmas Day!

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