Walk down the magical tree lined pathways, following the scent of wood fires & the sound of soft music until you spot the carefully renovated caretaker’s cottage. The café sits amongst 10.4 hectares of gardens atop Wombat Hill – the site of an extinct volcano.
If you have heard of Dairy Flat – the new project by the team at Lake House – you may be interested in the slow fermented sourdough baguettes, loaves, rye, croissants, fruit danish and doughnuts that are baked and delivered to Wombat Hill House each morning from Dairy Flat’s on site bake house. Get in quick to secure a selection of the daily bake. Grab a great coffee, gourmet toastie or homemade pie to enjoy in the gardens whilst you’re there.
There are several beautiful areas with limited seating including the main room – decorated with communal tables & open fire. A mural by artist Allan Wolf-Tasker holds centre stage – depicting the wild and magical creatures of the Wombat State Forest. Bring your shopping bag, stock up on great kitchen staples, sourdough & treats.
Open 7 days 9am – 3.30pm.