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Suzanne S wrote a review 8 Feb.
Wagga Wagga Australia156 contributions44 helpful votes
We were looking for things to do in Berry so called in here. An old warehouse type building with an extensive lolly shop. While some products were their own many appeared to be just re-wrapped standard lollies (eg m&m's or lolly banana's) sold at a highly marked up price. It passed a pleasant 30 min looking around and treating the kids to some lollies. But it is expensive for what you get. If need to fill in some time it's something to do but I wouldn't go out of my way and if you don't manage to fit it into your holiday itinerary you haven't missed much.…
Date of experience: January 2021
Mary M wrote a review 6 Feb.
Sydney, Australia217 contributions75 helpful votes
If you can't find what your looking for that's amazing. It has everything ,lady behind the counter lovely. Just to check out the old building is delightful. Worth a chocolate look.
Date of experience: February 2021
1 Helpful vote
Bronte_129 wrote a review Jan. 2021
Sydney, Australia453 contributions34 helpful votes
I visited The Treat Factory in early December to do my Christmas shopping. I'd previously visited this place while doing a road trip, and their assortment of treats was worth returning for. The factory is a 3-minute drive from the heart of town, or an easy 10-minute walk from Berry Station. On this occasion, I simply caught the express train down from Sydney and enjoyed some amazing scenery along the way. I recommend you take a browse of their website before visiting. You can buy their products on-line, but hey, half the fun is browsing their store and enjoying the township of Berry. And how good is their selection! I came away with unusual dukkahs (for example: Macadamia & Lemon Myrtle), a large variety of jams (fig & walnut is my fave), decadent hot chocolates (including chilli chocolate), and also some dessert sauces (including butterscotch). There's also chocolates, preserves, condiments, savoury sauces, hampers, and so much more. Decisions, decisions! Most of their products are made on the premises, so while I was browsing the store, I took a peek through the glass windows to watch the factory staff working away like busy bees. The staff had a great work ethic; nothing was too much trouble and they were genuinely happy to help. I asked a staff member for assistance in locating a product. Despite her being busy, when she saw how long my shopping list was, she asked if I needed help locating any of the other products. Nice one! After blitzing my Christmas shopping list, I popped directly next door to The Dairy Bar for some time out over a gelato before heading back on the train. It was relaxing sitting out on the deck overlooking farmland which stretched out to Mt Coolangatta. I noticed they had a breakfast and lunch menu (using condiments from The Treat Factory), so next time I'll give that a go. There's a car park directly outside, and both venues are Covid-friendly. I especially like how they are located away from Berry's busy day-trippers. All up, a trip down to The Treat Factory was the best way to get my Christmas shopping nailed, and I'll be happy to pop by whenever I'm passing through Berry. Oh, and the family were very happy with their unusual Christmas gifts, too! …
Date of experience: December 2020
wintercolleen wrote a review Nov. 2020
Canberra, Australia64 contributions68 helpful votes
Very good old fashion Lollys, not a great car park. Lots of room in store. In the cafe next door the only thing which is dairy free is a coconut ghetto.
Date of experience: November 2020
3 Helpful votes
Bceeingu wrote a review Oct. 2020
Sydney, Australia581 contributions53 helpful votes
Popped in for a look. I was looking for chutney but could find one I wanted. Thought the prices for chocolates was expensive. I didn’t buy anything
Date of experience: October 2020