Eden Gate Blueberry Farm

 

 

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VISITOR INFORMATION

HOW TO FIND US

Eden Gate Blueberry Farm is located at 685 Eden Road, Youngs Siding,
on the Nullaki Peninsula, between Albany and Denmark,
on the South side of the Wilson Inlet,
on the South Coast of Western Australia.

OPENING TIMES

Eden Gate Blueberry Farm is open between mid December 2012 and end of January 2013, to coincide with the blueberry season and school holidays. Apart from some public holidays we are open 5 days a week, from Thursday to Monday, between 10.30 am and 4.00 pm.

Always closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

The public holidays on which we are closed are
Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day.

Absolutely, positively no smoking
anywhere anytime on this property

No Caravans or Trailers
as you can't turn around

 OTHER LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

The area between Albany and Denmark has some of the best coastal scenery on the south coast. The spectacular and totally unique experience of Anvil Beach can be enjoyed at the end of Eden Road where it meets the Southern Ocean. Other popular swimming, surfing and fishing beaches are found at Lowlands, Cosy Corner and Shelley Beaches.
World class artists have been attracted to the region, including
Dean Malcolm, wood turner, Mark Hewson, glass worker and ceramic artist Len McKenna. As well as the opportunity to pick blueberries you can visit the beautiful Illyarrie Nursery and Gardens where you will see an extensive range of fuschias and other plants.
For the more energetic there is paragliding off the cliffs above Shelley Beach, and walking the
Bibbulmun Track.  For those more interested in touring by car there are many enjoyable drives through the area.
If you have the time to extend your stay try one of the many alternative forms of accommodation . Further a field there are some of the best vineyards in Western Australia, the chance to see whales up close, visit the Whaleworld museum or the
Tree Top Walk through the canopy of the magnificent Tingle forest just west of Denmark. The Albany or Denmark Visitor Centres  can provide further information on these areas.

 

Updated 26th May 2015