Told by the local deli that the maron cafe is officially closed down . Drove for an hour . Internet outdated
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We drove out of our way and were looking forward to this only to find it closed despite signs giving directions and tourist information. Apparently it has been closed for months without notice. Word is that it won’t be opening again any time soon. Really...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the seafood platter feast. Presentation was a colourful delight and was very tasty and varied.
We were looking forward to having a seafood lunch here after reading all the hype. Unfortunately it has closed forever. Don’t bother trying to go here.
We drove 14km down a dirt track to find it closed on a Saturday in summer!!!! Check before going to save a wasted journey
What a disappointing visit! We arrived with intentions of having a tour of the marron farm, then a tasting of the much acclaimed Two Wheeler Creek Wines followed by a leisurely lunch at the Marron Cafe. We followed the signs to the shed holding the...More
The sign off the main road said open 10-4, so we drove 12 km down a dirt road to discover it was closed and it did not seem to be currently operating. If you want to go phone first!
We dropped in for wine tasting and a late lunch. The Two Wheeler wine tasting was closed due to lack of stock. In the Marron Cafe we ordered the much hyped Poachers Platter. It was OK but not good value at $92 for 2 people...More
There was nothing too bad about this place and the food was ok but when your name reflects your major product it should be noted that other products taste better and are cheaper. And that product is the humble yabby.
Great Martin display in the holding tanks and even better food. Loved the seafood platter. Big thanks to the chef for a lovely lunch.