Almond Blossom Festival
In 2020, we embarked on a new journey: almond farming. Over the past three years, we've planted 1000 almond trees. Most of our trees are less than 3 years old, making this our first Almond Blossom Festival.
Our Almond Blossom Festival has been extended to the 2nd & 3rd of September. Please make sure to book online before coming. Select your date and you'll receive an email confirmation. The entrance fee will be paid when you arrive.
Although the trees are still young we are excited to welcome visitors to spend the day at our farm walking along the almond blossom trail and eating delicious food including Japanese-inspired street food.
The berry picking season will begin again in January 2024.
Our Almond Blossom Festival has been extended to the 2nd & 3rd of September (09H00 - 15h00). The berry picking season will begin again in January 2024.
There is lots to keep the kids entertained, including a jungle gym, obstacle course and a bicycle track (remember to bring your bikes & helmets).
Please note due to the nature of farming and most of our almond trees being less than 3 years old it is hard to predict the exact timing of the blossoms and the blossoms only stick around for about 2 weeks.
Don’t let the rain keep you away - Pack your umbrella and gum boots! During berry season we are open even on cloudy days. Overcast weather is perfect for berry picking as it is not as hot in the fields. Pack your gum boots and umbrella.
Make sure to book online before coming. Select your date and you'll receive an email confirmation.Entrance fee will be paid when you arrive.
Adults - R50
Kids and pensioners - R40
Click here to make a booking.
Guests in wheelchairs kindly note that our facilities are wheelchair friendly however, there are no pathways in the field making it challenging to move freely in the fields.
Almond Blossom Trail
A 1.5km walk through the blossoming almond trees. Adults and children can discover Japanese poetry and artwork at seven different stations. The goal for children is to find all seven stations and stamp the unique flower icons on the map at each station.
The trail is 1.5km long and should take half an hour, depending on how fast you walk. No fitness level required. People must be able to walk on uneven ground for +/- half an hour.
Before you begin the trail visit the bathroom as there are no facilities in the fields. Guests in wheelchairs kindly note that our facilities are wheelchair friendly however, there are no pathways in the fields.
Stay hydrated. You are able to purchase a bottle of water from our Farm Stall to take with you. We suggest wearing comfortable shoes, sunscreen and a hat.