Farm managers, and brothers, Tony and Gianni Belmonte, are passionate third generation farmers who work tirelessly to produce high quality produce on the farm while also guiding and teaching the staff best practice farming techniques. While they work hard, Tony, Gianni and the team always take the time to stop and greet visitors, teaching everyone more about the produce, farming and animals. Huntley Berry Farm is a not-for-profit working farm that is proud to employ a skilled team of workers through the OCTEC NDIS and Australia Disability Enterprise, offering a range of opportunities and secure employment for those who are unable to work in the private sector the opportunity to learn new skills and to become more independent.
Situated in the rich, basalt plains of Mount Canobolas, Huntley Berry Farm is a lot more than just berries. Arm yourself with one of our buckets and between November and May each year berries are definitely in abundance but, there are also peas, beans, cucumber, zucchinis, seasonal vegetables, sunflowers and garden flowers to pick, purchase and enjoy. Huntley Berry Farm is a great place for a picnic or children’s birthday party with room to run and play on the grassed areas and plenty of delightful farm animals to meet including goats, rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens. You may even be lucky enough to see eggs hatching or meet new-born baby animals.
As well as ample parking, wheelchair access, clean amenities and BBQ/picnic areas, we have our very own store selling products made from fruit and vegetables grown on our farm, local produce picnic baskets to enjoy on the farm and a range of FourJay Farms goodies. Souvenir hampers, jam, couili, chutney, eggs, oil and sauces – it’s all here. They make the perfect gift for loved ones or work mates. The farm is open Thursday to Sunday between 10am and 3pm until April. From Autumn onwards to October, we are only open between 10am and 3pm on Thursday and Friday for jam sales.