WELCOME TO LUVABERRY, WE'RE MORE THAN JUST A STRAWBERRY FARM...
We’re Luvaberry Family Farm, we’ve been in the farming business for almost two decades. We grow everything from strawberries and herbs to native finger limes.
From July through to September/October, join us on weekends for a family fun day out. Book activities from pick your own strawberries, morning yoga with breakfast to Panda’s Playtime for the kids.
We also have some special events organised, such as Art & Dine an afternoon early evening event, plus the new exclusive Luvaberry Supper Club. Whilst visiting the farm, tea and coffee will be available for a gold coin donation, plus ice cream and a selection of Luvaberry Farm Friend products to buy. Feel free to bring a picnic to enjoy overlooking one of our dams.
Opening hours 9am to 5pm.
Read about all of our activities and events below.
PICK YOUR OWN STRAWBERRIES - PECKISH PICKING
At Luvaberry, we’re not like other strawberry farms. We offer an exclusive pick your own we like to call ‘Peckish Picking’. We know that when you’re surrounded by tasty Queensland strawberries, it can be hard for the little ones to help themselves. That’s why we’re happy for you to eat as many strawberries in the field as you like.
Entry is $15 for adults and you get a 1.5kg box to fill and take home.
$10 for children (aged 5-12 years’ old) and includes a 500g eco box to fill up and take home. Children below 5 are free.
If you’d like to pick more than 500g to take home, that’s absolutely fine. We will weigh your fruit and charge you per kilo. (September price is $8 per kilo!)
We encourage booking for Peckish Picking as spaces are limited for each session. This ensures you and your family have plenty of space in the field and social distancing can be carried out.
PICK YOUR OWN STRAWBERRIES - PER KILO
If you’re not interested in Peckish Picking then feel free to join us on Saturday & Sunday afternoons for PYO at $8 a kilo with no eating in the field – from Sept.
LUVABERRY FARM TOURS - COMPLIMENTARY
Join one of the Luvaberry team on a tour around the farm. Learn about its history as a tobacco farm and how it operates today growing strawberries, herbs and native finger limes.
We appreciate you taking the time to come out to the farm and support us, and to thank you, we would like to offer you a complimentary farm tour.
Tours will take place every Saturday and Sunday 11.30 and 2.30 or make a group booking contact us directly.
This includes getting to know the history of our farm, a tour of the property where you can learn about the different varieties of strawberries, stroll through the fingerlime orchard. We call ourselves fusion farmers and what does that really mean. Have all your questions answered directly from farmer Adrian & Mandy.
We look forward to welcoming you to our farm and we hope you enjoy the selection of fresh produce available.
PANDA'S PLAYTIME - COMPLIMENTARY
Have you met Panda the farm pup yet? In 2020 she was the newest addition to the Luvaberry family. Chief of meet & greets in the car park, Panda is full of love to give.
Free for kids, join Panda for an hour of playtime on the farm. With the help of a Luvaberry team member you will go on an adventure, explore the farm, get some fresh air and exercise. We’ll play games, have a treasure hunt and make some farm memories
This gives parents the opportunity to join the 11:30am technical farm tour with Luvaberry Farmer Adrian Schultz.
SUNDAY YOGA & BREAKFAST
Yoga & nature are designed to work in harmony so what better way to bring them together than to practice in the beauty of the Luvaberry farm.
Our property is called Immaburra Gardens, situated at Wamuran in the Moreton Bay region of SE Queensland. We believe that the word “Immaburra” means “peaceful place” in the Waka Waka aboriginal language.
The sessions will take place on grass either by one of our scenic dams or in the tranquil finger lime orchard.
Each workshop will follow a yoga sequence designed to flow with the energy of the land. Followed by a healthy breakfast with signature Luvaberry freeze-dry strawberries.
The class will be led by Courtney from Divine Spirit Yoga, who been practicing yoga for three years.
Read more about Sunday Yoga & Breakfast on our Luvaberry booking site.
LUVABERRY SUPPER CLUB
In partnership with Tastes of Moreton Bay.
Teaming up with Rani’s Cuisine, Luvaberry’s Supper Club is an exciting new experience which is sure to excite foodies and farm fresh produce lovers alike.
Come with Luvaberry on an afternoon and evening of discovery and fun around the farm.
First, join us for afternoon tea as we meet and greet before embarking on a farm tour. We’ll spend some time picking strawberries for you to take and enjoy at home.
14th Aug & 11th Sept – Magic of Spices – 3-8pm
Next you’ll immerse yourself in “the magic of spices” as Rani shares her culinary delights, all while the sun sets over the farm.
Finally, settle in and relax around the fire for a unique Mauritian banquet.
18th Sept – Native Bush Foods – 3-8pm
Enjoy a three course meal cooked by Professor Melissa Fitzgerald. An academic in the School of Agriculture and Food Science at the University of Queensland, Melissa partnered with an Indigenous entrepreneur to develop and teach a bushfoods course at UQ.
Spaces are limited, we accept both group (max 20 people) and single bookings. A great opportunity to meet others and try something different.
The event is BYO.
To view the full menus and to book click here.
Art & Dine
Part of the Tastes of Moreton Bay Luvaberry Supper Club. We are hosting art classes.
Enjoy an evening on the Luvaberry Farm with a guided paint class led by a local artist. After enjoying an afternoon of painting we enjoy some sunset nibbles followed by a meal, using locally sourced produce. As the candlelight sets the mood, the fire pit will keep you warm.
28th August 3pm – 8pm
4th September 3 pm – 8pm
Timings, menu and to book click here.
Don’t want to pick your own fruit? Pop in to Luvaberry and purchase fresh strawberries straight from the farm – no booking necessary.
Check out our local experiences page for what else you can do in the area. For simple family fun, bring your bikes or scooters and check out the new Wamuran Rail trail, less than 5 mins from the farm.