Casita 4 at Blue Tongue Berries

4 people
No pets
Casita 4 is a farmstay situated on an off-grid blueberry farm in central Victoria with stunning views of the Tallarook ranges.

Blue Tongue Berries is a 20 acre regenerative blueberry farm located near Seymour in Central Victoria. Seymour is one hour north of Melbourne and the gateway to the Goulburn river and ranges. The farm is completely off the grid with solar and wind power stored in batteries. Our main farm building is constructed from strawbales and has a passive solar design. The farm produces premium quality organic blueberries which are exclusively sold from our Cantina. The property is self-sufficient with power, water, firewood and the majority of our food. The property overlooks the magnificent Tallarook ranges and is a short distance from the Goulburn River, Lake Nagambie, the Great Victorian Rail Trail and several amazing local wineries & restaurants.

The Casita is our cedar guesthouse that overlooks the blueberry fields at Blue Tongue Berries. Casita 4 contains a bedroom with a queen-size bed and a single bed. The ensuite contains a bath and shower. This farmstay has a private lounge room with gas heater. There's a double bed sofa in the lounge for extra guests that can be setup on request. The kitchen contains a fridge, microwave, toaster, stovetop, kettle, pots, fry pans, coffee and tea making facilities, cups, glasses, plates and cutlery. Casita 4 has a private outdoor balcony.

Features and Amenities

1 bedroom
3 beds
1 bathroom
Air conditioning


  • Check in after 2pm
    Check out before 10am
  • Minimum booking: 1 night
Cancellation Policy: Receive a full refund (minus service fee) up until 1 week prior to check-in.

Additional Information

Our fresh blueberry season is during summer.

Breakfast is available from our Cantina and can be pre-ordered during your stay. Our Cantina is also fully licensed. Breakfast and bar menus are located in your room. Please note breakfast is optional and charged at an additional rate.

If you require an extra bed made up in your farmstay, other than the queen size bed, please request it when booking.

NBN Wifi is available in all buildings and across most of the property.

Please note our property is totally off-grid. Please let us know before using any of your own high wattage devices.

There's no smoking permitted inside buildings.

We don't accommodate pets, however, there is a cattery and kennels on a neighbouring property.

This farmstay is not suitable for children under 12.

Blue Tongue Berries contains a total of 5 farmstays on the property, and the hosts also live on site.


  • Base Price $150 / night
  • Extra People $40 (adult) and $40 (child) / night after 2 people


Blue Tongue Berries
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Hi we are Cynthia & Nick from Blue Tongue Berries. We are off-grid regenerative blueberry farmers and locavore chefs living on a blueberry farm in central Victoria which has a farmstay & cantina. We established Blue Tongue Berries in 2001. The entire property is completely off the grid and powered by batteries, wind and solar. Our main farm building was constructed from strawbales and has a passive solar design. We practise self-sufficient living including producing most of our own food, power, water and firewood. As well as accommodating farmstay guests, we also host private functions & special events.
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Adventures on the Property

These are the exclusive natural wonders and outdoor activities within the property boundaries.

Blueberry Farm

Blue Tongue Berries is a 20-acre regenerative blueberry farm located near Seymour in Central Victoria. We farm premium quality organic blueberries which are exclusively sold from our farm gate....


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Adventures Nearby

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Strath Creek Falls

This waterfall is located in Mount Disappointment State Forest. Follow the walk, which leads you to a beautiful view of the falls cascading 50 metres to the gully below. The perfect time to visit is after heavy rains....


Anglers who fish this river expect to catch brown and rainbow trout, redfin and carp. Trout are the primary target species.
Anyone contemplating a visit should note that river levels may rise and fall dramatically during summer when irrigation farming is underway. When this happens you need to look at where you can fish safely, even if that means sitting on the bank.

Gooram Falls

The Gooram Falls is a beautiful place to visit for a swim and picnic during summer or to rug up in winter and enjoy the views of the rock pools and the water cascading over the rocks.
The Gooram Falls are west of the Strathbogie Tableland on the Euroa-Mansfield Road. Two-wheel drive access to the car park is fine all year round. If travelling from Strathbogie follow the road to Polly McQuinns down to the Euroa-Mansfield Road. Turn left to Merton and look for the two signposted entrances to the Falls on your left.
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