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Warratina Lavender Farm reviews
We went to the Warratina Lavender Farm for U-Pick Fresh Raspberries, and had a thoroughly enjoyable time The fruit was in full bloom, and in abundance 1.5kg was about enough for a few weeks, but we... more »
A good place to learn what the bush looks like plus the way they harvest and dry the flowers. There are a few rows of lavender that give the visitor an idea of the way they are cultivated. A small... more »
Beautiful place to visit with family and friends. Nice food at the cafe and gardens are beautiful. It’s a great photographic location and worth checking the during when the lavenders are in full bloom. The owner is very friendly and helpful. Recommend this place.
Lovely lavender farm was in full bloom. Definitely worth the drive from Melbourne. Also has raspberry field behind shop/cafe you can pick all you want and also eat on spot. Kids had a good time picking and eating delicious raspberries.
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