Mango Farm & CafeCrazy Acres Mango Farm & Cafe is now CLOSED UNTIL MAY 2019 VIEW OUR MENU
Berry Springs is now OPEN for swimmingCrazy Acres Kiosk is also OPEN MORE INFORMATION
Homemade GoodiesDelicious Homemade Goodies - Jams, Local Honey, Dried Mango VIEW OUR GOODIES
Welcome to Crazy Acres
Crazy Acres Mango Farm & Cafe is situated on a family run, 25 acre mango farm in Berry Springs. We are NOW CLOSED UNTIL DRY SEASON 2019 Only 60kms south of Darwin and an easy 20 minute drive from Palmerston, Crazy Acres is the place you will find delicious homemade goodies and a menu full of dishes that will keep you coming back.
Crazy Acres are well known for their use of the iconic Kensington Pride mango grown on the property. These can be found throughout the menu, the freezer, the preserves and even in locally made mango smelling soy candles!
Available all day is a full menu from a mango & banana smoothie bowl topped with homemade granola and greek yoghurt, to pulled pork rolls, platters, salads and of course a delicious mango cheesecake or homemade ice cream.
Washed down with a beautiful smoothie or maybe a homemade ice coffee, we can guarantee to get you through til dinner time or beyond.
With an assortment of homemade, award winning jams and sauces, local honey, frozen mango products and some exciting new mango pops this year, what better way to fill the picnic basket or esky and head off to enjoy more of this wonderful region.
Not in a hurry to get anywhere? Come and sit and soak up the peace and quiet of rural living and enjoy the view of our mango trees. Why not take a dip in the Springs after lunch at the Berry Springs Nature Park just 4 km along the Peninsula Way where you can also find a delicious homemade ice cream at the Crazy Acres Kiosk.
Tourist information is available and we are always happy to help you decide where to go next and the best way to get there.
Located close to the Berry Springs Nature Park and the Territory Wildlife Park, and on the way to many destinations such as Litchfield National Park, Darwin River Dam, Dundee Beach and Mandorah, Crazy Acres is the perfect stop along the Peninsula Way to relax and plan the rest of your trip.View Our Cafe Menu
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Answer: Tawny Frogmouth
Tawny Frogmouths are often confused with owls, but are actually more closely related to the nightjars. Their feet are weak however, and lack the curved talons of owls. Tawny Frogmouths are nocturnal birds (night birds). During the day, they perch on tree branches, often low down, camouflaged as part of the tree.
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