- Stuart WThis place is really cute. I recommend anyone visiting if you are in the area. The woman (owner?) working there was one of loveliest people I have ever met. I had a coffee and a bacon sandwich for breakfast, and it was very tasty. It was very cold outside and sitting by the fire eating my breakfast was great. They even had a little museum, which I found very interesting.
Our_Gypsy_JournalCute combination of café and museum! Didn't eat but had a delicious coffee. Staff were lovely. Handmade items for sale including soaps, wooden bowls, knitted/crochet beanies/scarves/blankets. A variety of books sold for 50c each - rummaged through and bought one we liked. Wood fire stove with couches, tables and chairs around which made a cozy atmosphere to escape the rain outside. Gallery of historic photographs, tools and equipment on display with information about the area's past. Quaint spot to stop in, relax and browse before hitting the road again. Gave us a pleasant break from our 3 hour drive. Enjoyed and will return if in the area again.
- Jeremy TA great little cafe full of history! Learn about old railways and the logging industry, coupled with helpful staff and great food. The logical place to stop for lunch while visiting the Otway Fly and Triplet Falls