“Through the hole in the hedge…”

Sounds suspiciously like “Alice in Wonderland” and the rabbit hole business, but people have been known to reappear through it at Berrylands on the Appleby Highway.

But the REAL reason to go there is for their real fruit ice-creams.

The size of a small child’s head and costing a mere $4.50, they’re made on the spot by pouring frozen berries into a hopper followed by a substantial scoop of icecream (or yogurt, 50c surcharge) which is then blended by a spiral auger thingy and extruded into a cone.

Simple as, and originally built out of 4 x 2s and No 8 fencing wire if my recollections are correct….

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