Megalong Valley Tea Rooms
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Family owned traditional Tea Rooms nestled in the beautiful Megalong Valley. The beautiful Megalong Valley lies just westward of the Blue Mountains. It is another world, a world of farm animals living alongside kangaroos, of traditional farmers and modern olive growers.
This tea room is in a magnificent setting in the Megalong Valley with a gorgeous garden. Their Devonshire Cream Teas are terrific. It's a very pretty drive to get there - stop at the Mermaid Cave walk +/or go on to the end of the valley and the Dry Ridge Winery.
We love driving down to the tea rooms (15-20 min drive) for morning tea, lunch or afternoon tea. Soup of the day is always delicious. The scones are great too. Great place for kids as there is plenty of space to run around and often farm animals to say hello to.
This is a bit further out, roughly 30 min drive from Leura. It's a relatively unwell known part of the Blue Mountains. The Tea Rooms serve great food and it's worth the drive, as it's a stunning area. Consider a stop in Blackheath! (cute shops!)
A visit to The Blue Mountains isn't complete without a drive to Megalong Valley Tea Rooms. Go in the afternoon and on the drive back check oput teh Kangaroos. Only 15 mins from Blackheath, 25mins from Katoomba.
Wonderful drive thru thick forest to bottom of Megalong Valley about 15 mns from Leura. Sometimes kangaroos can be spotted in the paddocks. They have home made jams and lots of birds around the restaurant. Stop for a coffee at Blackheath Village before driving to Megalond Valley
“Old theatre filled by numerous antique stallholders selling china, furniture, jewellery, vintage clothing etc. Perfect place to spend rainy afternoon.”
“A friendly, atmospheric cafe with outdoor seating in this sleepy village. The fish cakes are my favourite and the gelato is tops. On weekends check out the local history museum.”
“Cocktails, nibbles and meals. LATE AFTERNOON COFFEE...only place open after 4pm in Blackheath. ”
“Historic old style cinema - takes you back in time! Lovely evening out or good idea for a rainy day? About a 20 min drive from Leura.”
“The vineyard is at the end of the Megalong Valley - where it meets up with the Kanimbla. You have to get there by road but it is a lovely drive and well worth it. The tasting room is usually only open at weekends - check their terrific website.”