Farm Hours & Admission

 

  • Lavender Backyard Garden Farm Shop, NZ Lavender Farm

    Farm Shop

    Ready-picked fresh blueberries

    Lavender products

    Real fruit ice cream

    OPENING HOURS 

    9am - 4.00pm 7 Days 

    from 15 November - February

  • Farm Fields

    Lavender field sightseeing

    PYO Lavender

    PYO Blueberry

    OPENING HOURS 

    9am - 5.00pm 7 Days 

    from 15 December - 31 January

    Booking Essential.

  • Online Shop

    Lavender Products

    Dried Flowers & Boutique

    Gift Boxes

    Designer Products

    Enamelware from Prague

    OPENING HOURS 

    24/7 Online shopping.

    Enjoy shopping with us!

  • Summer Activities 2021/22

    Due to Covid 19 uncertainty, we cannot predict the Covid Alert level during our blueberry and lavender season, which will be between 15 Dec 2021 to 30 Jan 2022. In order to accommodate this uncertainty, we introduce our Summer Activities Booking system.

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  • Make sure you booked everyone

    Booking is essential. 

    Please ensure you book a ticket for every child in your group even for children under three. All guests must have tickets allocated prior to arrival to ensure we can accommodate your group.

  • Things you need to know

    We are a privately-owned area which is open for flower-lovers from all over the world. No wedding photos allowed during business hours - Please refrain from wearing wedding dress or something similar to our farm.  No commercial photography allowed. No flying objects allowed – Please refrain from taking aerial photos and flying over our fields. Any wedding related photos, commercial or professional photography please enquire and book via email. 

  • House Keeping Rule

    Bring your own container if you would like to have some fun with PYO blueberries.

    Otherwise, you could get a 2L container for $0.50 each from our shop. Single-use plastic bags are banned in New Zealand. We cannot provide you with bags.

    Our bushes are all covered by white nettings to prevent birds from eating. Please don't use knife to cut through the netting or any other way which destroys the netting. You are welcome to try a few berries, but please refrain from eating until they have been paid.