After a tough year, 2020 has become the time to appreciate the little things in life.
And, the owners of Bidgee Strawberries and Cream said picking strawberries under the sun is the perfect way to have a little fun.
Kylie Cashen said there are 20,000 plants with three different varieties of strawberries that are all grown at the Wagga farm just off Narrung Street.
"One of the best parts is that because we don't spray our plants with chemicals, there is no need to wash them," she said.
"People are welcome to sample them as they go along picking."
Ms Cashen said they have been running the farm for three seasons now, after deciding to follow their dream and start it a few years ago.
"Our first two weekends open have been huge this year," she said.
"I think people love being able to do something like this in their own city. People also really love to buy local as they know where the produce comes from."
Mrs Cashen said not many people understand the process of hydroponics and many other farms tend to keep their processes tucked away, but they enjoy being able to teach others.
The farm is open from 10am to 1pm on Fridays, 9am to 1pm on weekends and available by appointment on Monday to Wednesday.
For more information go to www.bidgeestrawberriesandcream.com.au.