I don't know about the Brewferm beer kits availability in Australia. I know you used to be able to get them years ago, but I haven't seen one in over six years.
As for a good fruit beer, I made a peach ale a few months ago that is superb on a hot day by the pool.
1 x Goldrush 1.7kg Polar Beer Kit
1 x 250g tin of passionfruit pulp
2 x 825g tins Peaches in NATURAL juice (not syrup).
Make a 22 litre wort from the beer kit and the passionfuit pulp. If you are after a stronger beer, then you could add a kilo of ultra brew or brew booster at this time. Ferment until brew is nearly complete. Transfer brew into a second fermenter on top of the peaches. Allow fermentation to continue until complete (this phase took another two weeks to fully ferment).
It helps to add a little pectic enzyme at the start of ferment and when transfering on top of the fruit. Fruit, and peaches in particular, have a lot of pectin which will create a stubborn haze in your beer. The pectic enzyme will reduce the haze considerably, if not altogether. Pectic anzyme can be found at your local HBS, and 25g should not cost you more than six or seven dollars.
This brew is not too heavy in either alcohol or body and has a lovely peach flavour and aroma, not too malty with very little hop character. In short, a very uncomplicated summer brew.
i have done a cherry beer from a coopers recipe, i will try to find it again and post it
i spend some time in belgium last year and boy do they make some interesting beers.
So i thought a cherry beer kit from belgium would be pretty close to the original kriek beer,
My local brew shop will import kits, so i will see what i can do.
"The Homebrewer's recipe guide" by Higgins, Kilgore and Hertlein contains a number of fruit beer recipes, as does Snyder's "The Brew-Master's Bible". Korzonas's "Homebrewing volume 1" also contains some info on using fruit in beer.
The Higgins book contains 175 all extract recipes. Snyder has a mix of extract, part mash and all grain recipes, while the Korzonas book focusses on extract brewing. Only problem with the Higgins book is that there are no AAU's for the hops.