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Conseils des habitants

Kiera
Kiera
December 10, 2017
Great variety of food, good coffee
Philippe, Tracy And Pablo
Philippe, Tracy And Pablo
March 8, 2016
Great food, gallery and fun place to be.
Frances
Frances
September 15, 2015
Best Coffee and food.
Sarah
Sarah
January 15, 2015
Some say this is the best coffee in Daylesford
Greg
Greg
August 19, 2014
Arguably the best coffee in Daylesford!

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Parc
“The crowning glory of Daylesford is this mature botanical garden that caps the summit of Wombat Hill overlooking the town. Planned and cultivated in the golden (both in scale/quality but also reflecting the source of finance) Victorian era of civic pride in the rich and largely unmined soil of an extinct but relatively young volcano, the gardens now boast international specimens of coniferous and deciduous trees of apparently better growth than in their native countries. A corridor of elms line a walk skirting around the hilltop that doubles as a scenic drive of views over the highlands. Californian redwoods, Scots pines, blue spruce and Himalayan and Lebanese cedars rear up majestically over monkeypuzzles, weeping beeches, lindens and chestnuts in the woodland and picnic grounds surrounding Pioneers Tower, an Art Deco lookout near the car park and sheltered fernery (regenerated by Stuart Rattle). A path goes to Wombat House cafe via a gazebo/bandstand and glasshouse with an amazing annual begonia display; beyond the cafe through a range of north-facing hellebores and rhododendrons is a track to the Convent or down to Camp Street and the town.”
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Café
“This cosy two-storey bistro is housed in the oldest freestanding building in town, and despite the name, also serves lunch and dinner with beer at any time of the day.”
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57A Vincent Street
Daylesford, VIC 3460
Téléphone(03) 5348 4700
Heures d'ouvertureFermée · Ouvre à Monday 7:30 AM