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Friendly volunteers. Terrific Devonshire Teas with scones, jam and real cream - freshly whipped up. Good variety of craft and home made goodies. Easy parking, heritage displays and clean amenities. Worth a drive around the township too - a surprisingly large school and many attractive...More
Stopped here for a quick pit stop on my drive out west. Was able to buy hot coffee & some homemade treats for my trip, which were very tasty. Cold drinks, ice creams, crafts & homemade goodies available to buy also. Ammenities available and park...More
The two volunteers who were on duty the morning we called in were so friendly they reminded me of a long lost Aunt! If you cannot find something to buy here then there must be something wrong with you!
Next door is the Heritage Centre...More
Best date and ginger loaf ever made, wish we had tasted it before we left the area as we would of gone back and bought the lot. Delicious. I would love the recipe, it had weetbix in it, according to the list of ingredients. Nice...More
Definitely drop in here. We stopped here on ANZAC Day, one of the few places open, while travelling back home. Bought some handmade babies booties and of course some delicious fruit cake and melting moments. The lady looking after the shop was very sweet and...More
We stopped in for a look and there is craft,craft and more craft of all sorts here.The people who take the time to make all that is here should be commended for their efforts. you will find everything from knitted coat hangers, paintings, handmade leather...More
Saw an article in the Travel brochure and thought we would stop in to buy some chutney etc. It is open Mon - Sat 9-4. There was a lovely display of hand crafted items. Also a vast range of chutneys/pickles and jams etc. Much to...More