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Bars And Restaurants in Blackwood


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Blackwood Café

Homemade coffee and goodies in the heart of Nannup.

  • Open Days/times:Mon, Tuesday, Thurs, Fri: 8.30am - 4.00pm. Wed: 8.30am - 4.00pm. Sat, Sun: 7.30am - 4.00pm.
  • Retailers & Producers:Coffee Roaster
  • Facilities:Alfresco

Details

  • Type:Restaurant,Food retailer
  • Restaurants:Cafe Dining
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Breakfast:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Dinner:Wednesday

Description

Whether it's a sweet or savoury treat, a long lunch or a quick snack, Blackwood Café has you covered.

Bluestone Café

Opens for the early bird and late for the night owl. Dine in and Take away

Details

  • Restaurants:Australian - Modern,Cafe Dining
  • Breakfast:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

Catering & phone orders welcome.

EFTPOS and phone recharge, Latest DVD’s, local produce and art.

Newspapers and general store items.

Boyup Brook Hotel

Traditional country pub right in the heart of town.

  • Bars & Clubs:Pub

Details

  • Restaurants:Australian - Modern
  • Dinner:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,Monday
  • Type:Bar with Restaurant

Description

Great accommodation for visitors, with twin rooms or double rooms with ensuites. 

The pub also has a great selection of drinks, and delicious meals to choose from. 

Cambray Sheep Cheese

Makers of award winning ewes milk cheese. Fromagerie open daily for tastings and platters. Relax in charming cottages surrounded by native forest.

  • Open Days/times:Open 7 days a week, 9am-5pm
  • Facilities:Accommodation
  • Retailers & Producers:Cheese Maker

Details

  • Type:Food producer
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

<p> Cambray Sheep Cheese & Cottages are located centrally between Margaret River and Pemberton on the Vasse Hwy near Nannup. Here at Cambray we offer guests a relaxing break in tranquil surrounds overlooking our picturesque farm surrounded by native forest. Whilst relaxing in charming 4 star cottages why not spoil yourself with a complimentary Cambray cheese platter. Guests are welcome to view the daily milking and the cheese maker at work creating the beautiful handmade farmhouse cheeses.</p> <p> Our farmshop stocks delectable handmade goodies along with our full range of award-winning ewes milk cheese. Indulge in one of our famous cheese platters or our renowned fruitcake & cheese experience. Bring along a bottle of local wine or try our traditional teas and French-press coffee.</p> <p> Here at Cambray, we are dedicated to making genuine "farmhouse" cheese. Every stage involved in producing our range of handmade artisan cheese happens right here on our family farm using age-old techniques.</p> <p> Our flock of milking ewes graze freely on the lush farm pastures surrounded by native bushland and drink from natural springs, ensuring milk of the highest quality, full of flavours of the natural environment.</p> <p> Borne from Jane’s passion for cheesemaking and Bruce’s experience in sheep farming, Cambray Sheep Cheese is a true family business, with son Tom and daughter Nerralie all busy in the dairy.</p> <p> <b>Sheep milk </b></p> <p> Sheep milk has superior qualities to both goat and cow milk, being richer in vitamins A, B and E and with over 100% more calcium than cow milk. There is evidence that the lactose in sheep milk is more readily tolerated than that in cow milk allowing many lactose-intolerant people to enjoy sheep milk products.</p> <p> <strong>Stockists</strong></p> <p> Away from the farm, you can find our delicious cheese at 'The Shed' Markets located between Busselton & Dunsborough (12 Caves Rd, Abbey) and every Saturday at the Margaret River Farmers Market.</p> <p> We are also stocked at The Little Cheese Shop in Bayswater & Little Sister Delicatessen in Fremantle. </p> <p> We are also served up at many award winning restaurants in Perth and the South West: Including Cape Lodge, Print Hall, Rockpool & Millbrook Winery (plus many more!)</p> <p>  </p>

Dinninup Grove Olives

Dinninup Grove is an Olive Grove and Orchard situated in Boyup Brook, Western Australia.

  • Retailers & Producers:Olive Oil Producer

Details

  • Type:Food retailer,Food producer

Description

All the products are homemade on site: 

Olive Oil, Dukkah, Table Olives, Tapenade, Marmalade, Jams, Sauces, Olive Oil Soaps, lotions and moisturiser.

Purchase at the Visitor Centre.

Emporium Bistro

With an abundance and richness of quality regional produce, we believe in keeping our style of food uncomplicated, honest and enlightening. Welcome to our table.

Details

  • Restaurants:Australian - Modern
  • Breakfast:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Dinner:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Public Holidays
  • Lunch:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

"There is nothing more sophisticated than simplicity itself."

FOOD

The style of food at The Emporium is based on the consideration that the overall taste of a dish is more important than the individual components and to find the right balance in a dish.

The food is as it should be; seasonal, quality produce that needs very little fussing over and speaks for itself.

WINE

We place an emphasis on establishing personal connections and a strong sense of place through the dishes that are offered in the bistro and the wine we source.

We focus on sourcing almost all of our wines, craft beer and cider from the South West of WA.

We aim to make the list short, sharp and very approachable.

Melo Velo

Honest, caring, sustainable, passionate and fun - that is Melo Velo.

  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Takeaway
  • Open Days/times:Mon-Sun: 7am – 3pm

Details

  • Breakfast:Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday
  • Type:Restaurant
  • Restaurants:Cafe Dining,Raw Food,Espresso Bar

Description

This Cafe and Bike Shop gave an old building new life, come and enjoy the beautiful gardens while sipping a great cup of Coffee before you browse our range of bicycles and accessories in one of Nannup’s beautiful historical buildings. 

Mushroom Cafe And Bakery

Enjoy pure country food with sandwiches, pies, breakfasts, cakes and even fish and chips available at the Mushroom Cafe and Bakery in the town of Balingup.

Details

  • Type:Restaurant
  • Breakfast:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Dinner:Friday
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Restaurants:Cafe Dining

Description

Quality home style traditional pies, cakes and breads are available.

Enjoy a very popular country style breakfast.

Fresh sandwiches and rolls made to order.

Order Friday evening fish and chips.

South Western Highway, Balingup
(08) 9764 1505
Open 7 days a week: 8.00am – 3.00pm

Nannup Bridge Cafe

  • (08) 9756 1287

Sit amongst the trees. Relax indoors or on the deck overlooking the Blackwood River.

Details

  • Type:Restaurant

Description

Enjoy our fantastic coffee, tasty food and fine local wines.

Open for lunch and dinner 6 days a week, let our friendly staff look after you and your family.

Enjoy coffee and cake by day and a la carte menu by night with many dishes sourced from local produce.

Fully licensed and BYO.

Hosts Sarah and Leon look forward to seeing you at the Nannup Bridge Cafe!

Open: 9am-2pm (Tue-Sun) and 6pm-8pm (Wed-Sun).

Nelsons of Bridgetown

Historic Nelson House offers the perfect venue for a quiet meal. Enjoy sophisticated country fare in our relaxed surroundings.

  • Facilities:Alfresco,Home Delivery,Licensed

Details

  • Type:Restaurant

Description

Pickle & O

Health food cafe nestled in the picturesque town of Nannup. Serving organic, fair-trade coffee. Free WiFi with any purchase.

  • Retailers & Producers:Coffee Roaster
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Fri: 9.30am - 4.00pm. Sat: 9.00am - 3.00pm. Sun: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Details

  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Type:Food retailer,Restaurant
  • Restaurants:Cafe Dining
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Breakfast:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Tathra Hill Top Retreat & Winery

Tathra winery Restaurant``27kms from Balingup on the Blackwood River Tourist Drive route 251``Phone 08 97562014``www.tathra.net

  • Facilities:Wheelchair Access,Catering,Licensed

Details

  • Restaurants:Cafe Dining
  • Type:Restaurant

Description

The charming Tathra Restaurant has been operational since 1990. It has an excellent reputation for fine food featuring local fresh produce, Marron cooked while you wait, local cheeses, succulent smoked trout, beef and many more taste delights. Annie’s scones aren’t to be missed.``Dine indoors in winter beside a warm fire or outdoors in summer in the picturesque gardens beside the water where the famous birds at Tathra will enchant you with their antics and visit your table.``The restaurant is open daily for lunches between 11am and 4.30pm (closed from 1st December until 27th December)``Visit Ellis Cottage Museum circa 1870) next door.``Weddings, buses and functions expertly catered for. Visit our web site www.tathra.net or phone 08 97562014``Don’t miss one of the favourite icons of the region.

The Cidery

The Cidery, nestled in picturesque Bridgetown, specialises in producing 100% natural ciders and award winning beers. Hearty lunches every day and live music on Friday. Life is short - drink the best!

  • Open Days/times:11am to 4pm every day, til 8pm on Friday
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Live Music,Licensed
  • Bars & Clubs:Brewery

Details

  • Type:Restaurant,Brewery,Bar with Restaurant
  • Breweries & Distilleries:Brewery,Restaurant,Cidery,Cellar Door,Cider
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Public Holidays,Saturday,Sunday
  • Restaurants:Brewery
  • Dinner:Friday

Description

About The Cidery

The Cidery proudly recognises the contribution of the early pioneer families to establishing a world renowned apple industry in WA, centred at Bridgetown. Many of these pioneers and their daily work is featured in the extensive historical photographic display at The Cidery, along with the tools they used in producing "the best apples in the world".

This strong apple tradition of the area is being continued with the development locally of the world famous Pink Lady apple, at Manjimup, by the WA Department of Agriculture. The high quality Pink Ladies are used in the production of The Cidery's ciders and apple juice, to once again create "the unique taste of Bridgetown".

The Cidery's commitment to quality and local products is evident once you walk through the jarrah entrance doors. A handcrafted jarrah tasting bar and display dresser, made by partner Peter Vowles, complements the extensive use of local Jarrah, Marri, Blackbutt and pine timbers, used to line the various areas within the building, which comprise tasting area, dining area, "snug" bar and museum. A life-size mural by local artist Nicky Fabiszak dominates the museum area, which contains tools and memorabilia from the orcharding days of the past. Nicky’s artwork is in abundance at The Cidery, and is also to be found on our wine & beer labels and our stunning menu board.

The internal areas offer an expansive view, through full-height glass windows and doors, of the shady veranda edged with ornamental vines, in turn leading onto the extensive landscaped gardens with the water beyond. Visitors can relax and enjoy The Cidery's drinks and food under the shade of the towering river gums in summer or snuggle up in front of the warm fire in Bridgetown's delightful winters.

The Owners

The Cidery was created by Pat & Elizabeth Corrigan, John & Liz Lucey and Peter & Linda Vowles, who had been friends for a number of years. They decided to develop their various interests in cider, juices and the apple history of Bridgetown, into an opportunity to work together. Their aim was to ensure that The Cidery produced something unique to offer to locals and tourists, yet was firmly centred on Bridgetown’s past.

Both their enjoyment from working together, and the success gained from their team approach, led them to invite other long-standing friends Neil & Rosie Wells from Bridgetown and Martin & Sylvia Baker, Frans & Sue Van Eijndhoven and Neil & Wendy Williams from Perth, to become part of the venture. This unique 'partnership' combines the skills from their various backgrounds, of agriculture, construction, engineering, marketing, printing, and education. Of course one of the partners is also a GP - a pre-requisite for any tourist development in the South-west!!

In the current environment of business philosophy and ethics, The Cidery families take pride in demonstrating that friends can work together and build a successful business based on the abilities and interests of each person involved. The seven families have been able to enrich their friendships, while at the same time producing a unique and memorable experience for visitors and customers of The Cidery.

All involved in The Cidery have a deep commitment to the development of the local Bridgetown community and of rural Australia in general. Some of the best primary produce is grown in the South West region and allows for the production of high quality natural drinks and food. The Cidery provides a demonstration of value-adding to high quality local produce, while at the same time promoting the local area as a premier tourist destination that provides the perfect country get away, where visitors can enjoy the peace and quiet of an unspoilt diverse environment and 'get back to nature'.

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