Strawberries are grown all year round in all States of Australia. As well as extending "traditional" summertime production in temperate climates from October through to May (through the utilisation of different varieties and planting techniques), the diversity of Australian climate enables June-September production in warmer or sub-tropical climates, as presented in the following table.
In our beautiful part of Australia in north east Victoria, our strawberries have two seasons. October – January then again in April – July. The length of the season depends greatly on growing conditions.
Contributing factor include weather conditions, water, sunlight, heat and pests/disease.