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took friends from over seas to check out the place, shame we took the time to drive there as it was shut, Thursday lunch approx 1pm. Hate places that say they will be open and they are not, won't try again.
The experience was exceptionally nice. My family had a joyful and enjoyable brunch there. The brunch set assembled most (if not all) the signature foods in the area. Personally I like the pate and salmon most. Will definitely go if I visit TAS again.
Great little venue, rustic and little out of the way, well worth the adventure to get, Thier platers are excellent drinks reasonably priced, plenty of parking toilets are portable toilets, apperantly fri evernigs they have live music. We will go again
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Visited to try their beer and food, which I was told was worth the visit to this out-of-the-way location, eventually found it down the end of a long dirt road. Had to park the car in cow paddock and walk past the porta-loos close to...More
This place was described as "quirky".
It was not even rustic. Chairs had ripped upholstery, electrical wires were an obvious danger, the grass directly outside was a fire hazard, snake infested surroundings, not to mention the port-a-loos with no bins in them, no paper towel,...More
The friendliest winery in Australia, the owner makes this winery with his friendly, approachable attitude. Such an unexpected joy to come to this boutique winery and relax in good company, taste some lovely wines and eat some cheese. A beautifully rustic casual experience. Best to...More