The charming garden restaurant at the Edge serves French toast with local berries and Hogsback's best coffee for breakfast, recommended wood-fired pizzas for lunch, and hearty but refined meat dishes for dinner. Thr…
This venerable local haunt, which is set in a large building with outdoor seating, serves up copious pizzas and burgers, crunchy salads and grilled meat dishes in rustic surrounds (think stone floors, beamed ceiling…
This popular venue, in a quaint, A-frame house with a lovely, shady outdoor eating section, serves flavoursome veggie dishes, breakfasts, salads, pizzas, burgers, wraps and weekly specials.
Just off the main road, the market showcases the products and projects of the local community, including craftwork, clothing, crystals and the odd bio-farming demo.
This intimate pub off the main street has tap beer aplenty and serves good pub grub.
Well-known mixed-media artist Diana Graham, a passionate environmental advocate, has created a concrete sculpture garden dedicated to the forces of nature. The images, which Graham will explain, cover the origins of…
Hogsback's biggest annual event throws open the green-fingered town's lovingly tended gardens and, in early October, prompts a weekend of fire dancing, drum circles, children's events and general merriment.
Mirrors has a magical 180-sq-metre garden with a stone circle and labyrinth, a gallery of owner Ken's landscape photography, and a crystal shop.
A 400m path winds past the garden's ponds, cascading water and over 80 fairy sculptures. It's a great place to relax.
This meditative path meanders through the garden of St Patrick on the Hill chapel.