This roadhouse is a bit of an icon around these parts, with a big reputation for its house-made pies, cakes and gelato. The peppery 'Tassie Devil' pie isn't for the faint-hearted, but the Devonshire teas, which are …
Lose the kids among the 3000-plant privet hedges of Westbury Maze, then recover in the tearoom. It's great family entertainment.
Two huge vaulted sheds are filled with (allegedly) the world’s largest collection of antique steam engines and relics. If your timing's good, you will see a little petrol engine will be doing laps of the complex.
The original parts of this bluestone-and-sandstone church are older than its 1901 clock tower. The garden setting is lovely, and the Gothic arch at the entrance is quite distinctive.
Head here to sink a pot or two with local farmers. It also serves stock-standard counter meals (mains $19 to $30) but we can't in good faith recommend them.
Exhibits and sells inspiring, large-format landscape photographs. Sometimes closed if John is out on a field trip – call ahead or check the website.
In the main street.