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Millthorpe Village

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judyfromUlla wrote a review Dec 2020
Ulladulla, Australia16 contributions
Millthorpe is a friendly and interesting town with lovely old houses, bank buildings, pretty gardens and much to look at and explore.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Tonbou wrote a review Nov 2020
Orange, Australia387 contributions110 helpful votes
Millthorpe, instead of lying down and slowly dying, has re-born itself. Pym St, in particular, is full of beautifully restored old buildings with an eclectic collection of businesses. (Their Lolly Shop provides unresistable temptations!) It's a not to be avoided deviation visit for anyone travelling travelling along the Great Western Highway.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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TWal1 wrote a review Oct 2020
Canberra, Australia1,918 contributions575 helpful votes
If you’re after retail therapy, then plan your visit for later in the week. If not, and you’re looking for exploring a quaint country village then Millthorpe is a good choice. There are two self-guided walking tours to do around the village which are easy walking and interesting. Some of the architecture is interesting including the bluestone building at the local school. A couple of cafes and the Angullong Cellar Door are also worthy of a visit. Thanks for your vote.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cathy B wrote a review Sep 2020
Sydney, Australia1 contribution
Millthorpe is a beautiful village and well worth the village but make sure your planning is right. We were there mid week at midday almost everything was closed. There were some nice places to grab a coffee but only one shop, Millthorpe Blue which is a lovely clothing and homewares store full of unique and quality items. The village had dozens of would be customers (grey haired and cashed up like us) willing to spend our money in regional NSW but instead, we were peering in windows of closed stores, most not open until late week or weekends. I would have thought it was such a unique opportunity to recoup lost revenue following the drought and Covid lockdown. Sadly I think when the borders to other states and over seas open up they may well lose this opportunity.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Connydavis wrote a review Sep 2020
Sydney, Australia58 contributions30 helpful votes
Loved this little village, full of historic building and great places to visit - Tonic Restaurant is a must - excellent food - Have a wonder around the town and get a feel for what life would have been like in the early 1800; we loved it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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