Plump Berries

North West - Summer - Fruit

Growing a diverse range of berries in North West Tasmania – Plump Berries respects the history of the fruit they grow, and the land they work on.

Plump Berries was established at the end of April 2022 in Barrington, Tasmania. Seasonal berries are celebrated and enjoyed throughout the year – with the farm offering a range of fresh and frozen berries, small fruits, and other value-added products.

The farm features an impressive range of fruit and farm experiences for visitors to enjoy. During berry season you can even pick-your-own berries and taste the best of the seasonal fruits on offer. This includes a range of speciality blackberry and cherry varieties – as well as tayberries, loganberries, raspberries, gooseberries and more!

Olivia and Aaron run this two-person operation. Together they take a holistic and soil first approach to farming, adopting natural farming techniques to regenerate the farm’s ecosystem. This means that at the farm, all soil is fed with organic matter. Berries are grown outside in the open – not in polytunnels, and all fruit is grown without any pesticides, herbicides or fungicides.

Crops are also fed with locally-produced natural products including compost, liquid kelp, worm castings, and biochar. You will also find chickens on the farm! These feathered-friends are play an important role in fertilising patches of soil, to aerate soil with their scratching – all while providing good company of course!

Plump Berries are proud to sell their produce in-person through their roadside stall at their farmgate, at Devonport Farmers Market, and online through the Tasmanian Produce Collective.

Visit their website to learn more about their growing practices and to discover more about the rich and succulent histories of the fruit they grow! Also, be sure to follow their Facebook page and Instagram to see more seasonal updates – and to plan the best way to get some delicious berries on your plate!

What we produce
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries
  • Blackberries - Silvan, Marion, Thornless
  • Loganberries
  • Tayberries
  • Red and Black Currants
  • Gooseberries
  • Chilean Guava
  • Tart Cherries - Morello and Montmorency