The elderly couple who runs the place is very friendly and welcoming. We were given a few options of containers (costing about 50 cents to $1 each) and were told how much strawberries each would hold. I like their frank explanation to avoid surprises at the end as you are charged based on the weight of the strawberries you pick. You are welcomed to bring your own containers too.
Then, we were shown the farm and the proper way to choose and pick the strawberries. You are allowed to try out some of the strawberries as long as you are reasonable and don't eat everything along your way.
When we are done, we brought back the container of strawberries we picked and got them weighed. You are only charged for whatever your pick. The price is very reasonable and there is no minimum amount you must purchase, unlike some other farms.
My son enjoyed himself surrounded by strawberries which he can pick and enjoy later. We even spotted a couple of kookaburras at the edge of the farm. The peaceful countryside and the occasional wild birds added to the relaxing yet fun experience. Most importantly, the strawberries tasted fantastic too! A great experience which we highly recommend.