Why do we love Boysenberry Festival?

Boysenberries are a fruit native to the western Australian and New Zealand states of New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia.

The fruit has a deep red fruit skin that resembles a cross between a peach and a raspberry.

The skin is thick and fibrous and the fruit has several fruit parts such as the peel and seeds, a deep purple and purple-coloured flesh and bright purple flesh, and a deep pinkish colour.

There are many varieties of Boysenberg, which is named after the French town of Boyenberg, the location of the festival.

This festival features the world’s largest Boysen Berry festival, which takes place every September in Boysenburg, a village in the Kimberley.

The festival attracts over 100,000 people from around the world.