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The Kinglake Raspberries 2014/2015 Summer Season opened for picking on the 6th December 2014. This crop is expected to go for about 5 weeks and should be at its peak from 22nd December to just before New Year.

UPDATES - for daily news and information about the seasons have a look at the Farms Facebook page

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Opening Times

  • 9:00am to 6:00pm

  • Open everyday through December (including Boxing Day) and everyday through January (including New Years Day) until the crop ends.

  • Yes. We are open on Boxing Day and New Years Day.

  • We are Not Open on Christmas Day

How to get to the Farm

  • Kinglake Raspberries is located in Tooheys Road, Pheasant Creek, Vic. 3757

  • Kinglake Raspberries has an entry in Google Maps so you can use Google Maps to plan your trip to the farm. Kinglake Raspberries on Google Maps

  • Melway Editions 27 and later. Go to the North Eastern Key Map on Pages 9 & 10 (NOT Maps 9 & 10) Look for Kinglake Raspberries & Tooheys Road in the top left corner of Page 10. Editions 32 and later include grid references. Grid Reference is N 1.

  • Earlier Melway editions include the North Eastern Key Map but this may not be pages 9 & 10. Regardless of the page numbers Tooheys Road can be found in the top left corner of the second page of the North Eastern Key Map.

  • NOTE: Some older GPS units do not recognise Tooheys Road, if this is the case you can use Whittlesea-Kinglake Road, Tooheys Rd runs off the Whittlesea-Kinglake Road road 6km from Kinglake West or 7Km from Kinglake. Kinglake Raspberries has signs 100metres either side of Tooheys Road.


  • Pick Your Own - $16 per Kilogram (1Kg is about 8 punnets from your greengrocer)

  • Pre-Picked - $25 per Kilogram

  • There is no entry fee.

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1Kg of fresh picked raspberries

Ripe Raspberries on the bush