Accommodation: 7 days a week; 365 days a year
Cellar Door/Gallery: 7 days a week, Closed Christmas Day
Restaurant: Thu-Sun; 7 days a week Dec-Jan (lunch and dinner)
The Silos Restaurant is located on the NSW South Coast, at the Silos Estate vineyards just on the outskirts of picturesque Berry. Nestled amidst the rolling hills of the local vineyard, Silos takes its name from the 80 year old grain silos included in the property, one of which houses the wine cellar. The award winning Silos Restaurant under Manager Robert Salmon demonstrates country cuisine of the highest calibre. The venue is also perfect for functions. The outlook and restaurant, combined with the beautiful grounds and accommodation, provide an ideal special occasion venue – whether that be a country wedding, corporate event or simply a gathering for friends and family.
Choose from the spaciousness of a Spa Suite or a cosy Sitting Room Suite (each with a private verandah where you can enjoy the vista of the vineyard and escarpment) or the ‘Vines’ – the fully restored original farmhouse that offers views to the lower vineyards and escarpment. All rooms come with breakfast supplies for the duration of your stay. Please note that in accordance with Federal and State laws Silos Estate is smoke free. Pets and children are welcome by prior arrangement and we ask that you respect the privacy and amenity of our other guests
Situated just two hours south of Sydney and 2.5 hours from Canberra, Silos Estate on the South Coast of NSW is the perfect venue for your next small conference, event or meeting. We offer a small group conference or residential conference venue with a 12 seat Board Room fully equipped with the latest audio visual equipment; secure internet access; break out spaces etc. And once the work is over, there of course is wine and cheese tasting and award winning dining to be enjoyed.
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is open every day except Christmas Day.
Monday - Friday: 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 9.30 am - 5.30 pm
Entry is free
No pets allowed in the Garden
Enquiries 02 4567 3000
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden sits on 252 hectares of land with 28 hectares open to the public. Located in a World Heritage area the Garden is a living laboratory providing vital science focused on the conservation of cool climate plants.
The Garden is a great place for you to relax, breathe in the clean mountain air and discover a world of cool climate plants at your leisure. You are invited to return again and again to witness the fresh spectacle that each seasons brings.
The Garden features The Potager cafe and The Jungle Lodge which sleeps up to 10 people, has a wood fireplace, and private entry to the garden.
Open Wednesday to Sunday. Closed Monday & Tuesday. More detail below.
Located at Peats Ridge, just 40 minutes from Wahroonga, and 1 hour from Newcastle, The Springs is your ultimate lifestyle destination. The Sitting Duck offers fresh produce from farm to plate and The Duck Down creates fabulous bush inspired cocktails. Our executive chef creates meals using the freshest produce, and delivers to our patrons straight from farm to plate.
Closed Monday & Tuesday
Wednesday & Thursday 11am – 5pm (Dining available until 3:30pm)
Friday 11am – Till late (Dining available until 9pm)
Saturday 11am – Till late (Dining available until 9pm)
Sunday 11am – 5:30pm (Dining available until 3:30pm)
7 Days 9am - 5pm
This a beautiful property. Pick up some great Olives and check out their Seafood Restaurant on site. Book early.
Nestled in the hills of Silverdale, Ambrosia Olive Farm offer a complete package.
Walk amongst the Olive trees or just watch the Olive press work (when in season) or chat with the owners about the process of making extra virgin Olive oil.
We have a variety of other fruit trees and some vines also on the property. We have our own Bee Hives and you can purchase some fresh local honey and home made Olive products.
We have Deer, Chicken, Turkey, Emu, Sheep and Duck also on the property.
Bus / Coaches are welcome. Lunches can be arranged on request.
Monday - Thursday 10am - 3pm
Friday 10am - 9pm
Saturday 8am - 9pm
Sunday & Public Holidays 8am – 3pm
Restaurant, Cafe, Accommodation, Barn-style Wedding and events venue, camping, bush walking trails, 4WD track, Caves, fruit trees, flora and fauna, ample parking (including busses), and historical tours.
1840 built Mulla Villa is a fabulous destination for day trips from Sydney, the Central Coast or Newcastle – you will discover authentic experiences at our historic Hunter Valley property. Get back to nature and see our wildlife, enjoy a bushwalk, or 4WD through the property to our large caves.
The property is abundant with many varieties of trees including fruit, natives and myrtles. The myrtle is native to Wollombi valley and we have hundreds around the property.
Learn about the history of the Wollombi Valley, fish in the creek, or savour a delicious meal at Mulla Villa Restaurant. It has been said by our guests that the food at Mulla Villa tastes like it has been “made with love“. We use the best quality ingredients and locally sourced vegetables in all our dishes. Our Mulla Villa scones are house made, paired with certified organic strawberry jam that is second to none. We are so proud to be told by our patrons on numerous occasions that “You can taste the food!“
Take the road less travelled and explore Tourist Drive 33 on your way to Mulla Villa, located just minutes south of the historic Wollombi village.
Closed now until August 10th - after which Wildwood Garden will be open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 10 am to 4 pm for Camellia - Spring season beginning Friday, August 10th, 2018 & continuing to Monday, November 5th, 2018.
Wildwood is a garden in Bilpin which has been developing for more than 30 years due to the efforts & skills of Wayne & Sue Tapping who bought the land in the early eighties.
They chose the name Wildwood as their plan was to make a formal garden without losing the wildness of the native landscape. They have decided that the property has now got to the stage that it should be available for everyone to appreciate.
Situated in the heart of Bilpin amid the orchards & tall trees of the Blue Mountains it is a large garden many would love to explore.
It is not just a place to wander in and enjoy the plantings as it has a café with fabulous views, a gift shop & specialist nursery with treasures propogated from plants in the garden.
There is a cherry walk, dogwoods & other blossom trees, camellias, azaleas, massed clivia, & hellebore, hydrangea, deciduous trees that are spectacular in autumn & ferns that surround a magnificent waterfall with ponds.
There is also a large lake surrounded by lawns & topiary where you can picnic. It has sweeping views, deep volcanic soil, bore water & is a delightful place to visit at any time of year.
They began this garden more than 30 years ago & also opened a retail nursery at nearby North Richmond. The Nursery closed in 2010, allowing the couple to pursue their dream of an open garden with gift shop, nursery & café.
This 5 hectare garden nestles among 10ha of towering native trees. It is set on a gentle slope with broad, crushed granite paths that meander beside a waterfall & ponds then beneath the trees & across sweeping lawns to a tranquil lake. Seats are scattered throughout to encourage visitors to relax & enjoy the atmosphere.
Wildwood’s café serve morning & afternoon teas, snacks & light lunches with delicious sandwiches, salads, cakes, pastries & season specials. There is a selection of homemade goodies which are scrumptious but be sure not to miss out on the Wildwood’s very own homemade apple pie – it is just so delicious. Enjoy a panoramic view over the garden from the café verandah. Visitors are also welcome to picnic by the lake.
The Gift shop and nursery is well stocked with appealing gift ware & local products. The nursery has a range of plants, many of which are propagated from those which are growing in the garden including some rare & unusual finds. You are sure to find something special here
From an Article by Jennifer Stackhouse, Wildwood Open
Opening hours are 10.00-5.00pm weekdays, 11.00-4.00pm weekends and closed Tuesdays. Contact Robyn on 0409 661662
Purple Noon gallery is situated at 606 Terrace Road Freemans Reach, just metres from Streeton lookout. It is a purpose built sandstone and old timber and iron structure attached to the existing picture framing workshop.
It has a special ambiance and relaxed style perfect for displaying a beautiful range of high quality artwork.
Coffee is a must in the sculpture garden or on the large verandah surrounding the gallery with outlook to the mountains.