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The Berry Farm – Margaret River

When Chisa made her post about going down south, it reminded me that I still haven’t posted the photos I shot when I was down there in January! I went down there to get away and relax before I started a new semester of uni, seems like a distant memory now but at least my next holiday isn’t too far away!

New Holland Honeyeater at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

I visited The Berry Farm in Margaret River twice whilst down in Margaret River in January and really enjoyed it. The food was fresh and serving sizes were extremely generous. I was struggling to finish my Toasted Ham and Cheese Turkish bread (which came with salad!).

Ham and Cheese Turkish Bread at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

Here are some shots of the tasty, large scones:

Devonshire Tea at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

Jam on a scone at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

Scones and half drunk milkshake at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

There’s beautiful scenery, both flora and fauna with a few different types of birds flitting about, especially New Holland Honeyeaters. Guard your food though, they birds are quite bold and will steal jam and cream from under your nose if you don’t watch them :)

New Holland Honeyeaters feasting on jam at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

New Holland Honeyeaters finding jam at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

New Holland Honeyeater on a purple flower at The Berry Farm, Margaret River

What are your favourite places to visit down south? I’ll be going down there again at some point this year, I’m sure!

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  • April 22, 2012 - 8:24 pm

    Chompchomp - We just got back from a relaxing Easter break down in Margs. It’s wonderful how just a couple of days break down there and we return so rejuvenated. Our fav stop down there was Cullen Wines. All biodynamic and organic food I felt so healthy and there was no problems in accommodating my gluten free, fructose friendly demands. Worth a visit.

  • April 22, 2012 - 8:26 pm

    Sab - Thanks for the recommendation Chompchomp! I’ll be sure to check it out the next time I’m in the Margaret River area :)

  • April 22, 2012 - 10:14 pm

    Chisa - Ooh, I think I’ll have to try the scones at the Berry Farm! I love nice big ones :) Thanks for the photos!

  • April 23, 2012 - 8:50 am

    Steph - Just got back from Dunsborough- I think there & Eagle Bay are my favourites :)
    I love the last photo with the bird on the flower!

    (We still have to have that date Sab!)

    xx S

  • April 23, 2012 - 11:08 am

    Sab - Yay :) I think the scones were more giant at the Pemberton Berry Farm (hope I wasn’t getting them mixed up) but regardless , you can still see they’re very reasonably sized! Can’t wait to see the pics after your trip :)

  • April 23, 2012 - 11:15 am

    Sab - Ooh, I haven’t been to Eagle Bay but I have seen some beautiful photos of it! We definitely need to have that date Steph! Do you have a day off on this rotation?

  • April 23, 2012 - 11:34 am

    Steph - Pete has some amazing shots of Eagle Bay actually :)

    I have random days on & off on Obs&Gyn, so it’s a day-by-day basis really!
    Next week I have whole Thursday off & half days willy nilly. So let me know when you’re free, what hosp are you at? xx

  • April 23, 2012 - 5:38 pm

    Sab - Oooh, has he put them up anywhere yet?

    I have random half days, depending on whether I feel like I have been productive / registrar is going to give a tute – the usual. Unfortunately I have my case presentation thing next Thursday so I’m definitely not free :( I’m at FH at the moment, where are you – is everyone just at KEMH? I’ll text / call you when I know I’ll be free during the week!

  • December 11, 2012 - 7:31 am

    Visit to Margaret River with Kate - […] then had lunch at the Margaret River Berry Farm which I have visited before and really love! Then zipped to Yahava coffee for some free tastings which were delicious and woke […]

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