Gembrook Fruits 2020-2021 season

Updated   8.15pm Saturday 20th February 2021

 

END OF SEASON THIS SUNDAY 21st

For the past two weekends we have been affected firstly by rain and wet fruit, and then last weekend by the Covid-19 lockdown.

We have agreed to some customers to open on one more day as they have been affected by quarantine, interstate lockdowns etc, so we have extended the opportunity to all our registered customers.

There is a still good supply of sweet blueberries for picking this weekend but with the crop now fully ripe, a further opening definitely will not be possible

PLEASE BE VIGILANT REGARDING SOCIAL DISTANCING ON ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:

We take the precautions recommended and mandated by the Chief Health Officer seriously and we expect our customers  to do so also. Those who do not will be required to leave the farm. Although the risk may be slight on the farm, we have customers from all sorts of work places, and who travel both interstate and overseas for their work and we wish to ensure everyone’s safety.

If you have not already done so, please check email number 4 sent on the 22nd December. Essential points of the email are-:

Absolutely no unregistered persons permitted on the property:

Strict observance of Covid-19 social distancing:

Absolute requirement for correct contact details before arrival at the farm and no provision for corrections on arrival:

 

Kay & Graeme

 

WE ARE ONLY OPEN FOR REGISTERED CUSTOMERS and INVITEES.

 

YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS. We do not have any card facilities for payment.

 

Blueberry season 2018-2019

Our season for 2018-2019 is very late, but we hope to start just before Christmas. However, the weather forecast for the days leading up to Christmas Day is not looking too good. All registered customers for whom we have current e-mail addresses will receive an invitation at the start of the season. This website will be updated every few days until we start.

Please note: Only currently registered customers may pick fruit at our farm.

 

Kay & Graeme