Dear Customer

Thank you so much for your generous support during the 2015-2016 season.

This is a great season but also a tough season for Sorell fruit farm, as we have experi-enced a quite intense El Nino during the past summer. Tasmania had the hottest Christmas for the last 76 years, with the severest drought it has been for 30 years.t

The higher temperature and the draught has stimulated a better quality of our fruits, as well as the earlier ripening for all the fruits, 2 weeks for cherry and almost 30 days for apricot!

However, such heat and draught have also massively accelerated the ending time of all the fruit species we have. Considering the health and safety of all customers, we stick on our principle of avoiding use extra chemical spray which might help us to extend the fruit season.

At this period, we are facing the fact of fruit insufficient. In order to not disappoint more customers, we made this hard decision that we will close the farm on 7th April. We will also start our winter maintenance as usual, in the meanwhile, we will also close our cafe and gift shop.

We sincerely apologize for all the inconvenience. And we promise we will have much more and better fruit next season.

Sorell Fruit Farm

30th Mar 2016

 Liqueurs  Apricots
 Vinegars  Blackcurrants
 Jam  Boysen Berries
 Manuka Honey  Cherries
 Leatherwood Honey  Josta Berries
   Nashi Pears
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 Sorell Fruit Farm is located 3km from the Sorell Town centre.
174 Pawleena Road , Sorell 7172 , Tasmania

Our Café is fast becoming a popular rendezvous for locals and travellers. Our freshly-picked fruits and berries make our smoothies, shakes and frappes, and our delicious cakes and scones, something special.


"This place is so peaceful there is nothing more to hear."

We are especially proud of the many species of birds found on the farm and we planted a wide variety of native trees to encourage most of them. Nevertheless cherries are netted to protect them from large flocks of starlings and, to a lesser extent, blackbirds.

Our unique jams, vinegars, chutneys and pickles are made for Sorell Fruit Farm and by unique Tasmanian producers.


Packed in 300g bottles with attractive labels they make an ideal gift or souvenir.

Opening times: October March to May
  10.00am to 4.00pm 10.00am to 4.00pm
  November to February June to September
  9.00am until 5.00pm closed for Winter