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Pennyroyal Raspberry Farm  
(3.5 stars)

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115 Division Rd,
Murroon via Birregurra,
Victoria, 3243

Pennyroyal Raspberry Farm

Pennyroyal Raspberry Farm is a working berry farm, set on 20 secluded hectares.

It is an ideal halfway stopover between Melbourne and the Twelve Apostles, providing easy access to the renowned Otway Ranges and the Great Ocean Road.

In the season, you can even pick your own berries! Organically grown and our berries have NEVER been sprayed!

Self-contained cabins looking onto the berry rows, are attractively furnished and offer many personal touches.

Colourful parrots will join you in the morning and evening as they come in to feed.


Our fully self-contained cabins are comfortably furnished with wool blankets, electric blankets and doonas for comfort in any season.

Each cabin has a gas stove, microwave and refigerator with cutlery, crockery and cooking equipment provided. A barbecue is available on request.

The "Lodge" has a gas pot belly heater and the "Cabin" has a wood-fired stove for those cooler nights.
Fans provide cooling comfort in summer.


Peace, birdwatching and bushwalking are highlights at the farm.

A myriad of colourful birds will visit, especially when you sit under the verandah in the morning sun having our famous home cooked berry muffins at breakfast.

You may even hear some rare frogs croaking under the red sunset sky in the evenings!


A picturesque drive will take you to excellent regional restaurants, craft and gift shops, galleries and tearooms.

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Information on Birregurra, VIC

Birree wood mill
Photo: October 2008
Photo submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Birregurra (locally called "Birree") has a large operating wood mill just on the edge of town and boasts a great festival every year in October. For all information see the towns local website www.birregurra.com and refer to their local newspaper.

The town has a great historical society just down from the Royal Mail Hotel, and the locals happily provide a wealth of information to interested travelers. A lot of Pub History is documented covering the nearby area from Birregurra down through adjacent areas of Whoorel, Barwon Downs and the next town: Forrest.

In the neighbourhood: Colac (17km); Forrest (21km); Lorne (28km); Wye River (35km); Anglesea (36km); Skenes Creek (44km); Apollo Bay (48km)

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