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It's a very quick visit and the information is nice to learn. The tea room was okay. It was really windy and cold but they didn't close the doors so the hot tea was nice to warm up. The cups and tea pots weren't washed...More
We were thoroughly surprised when we visited here - very similar process as a sugar mill - disappointed that it wasn't working. Had to have a Devonshire tea - scrumptious scones - great tea - served in china cups!. Bonus - Saw a tree kangaroo...More
I am a fan of Nerada Tea so I made a point of visiting when up on the Tablelands for a long weekend getaway. The burger I had for lunch was fine, basic cafe quality however the highlight of my visit was spotting a Tree...More
The place is worth a visit, the drive is pleasant when roadworks are not in progress.
Service at the café is friendly and there is a great variety of different teas to try.
However a big negative - the tea and snacks served at the...More
It is quick a trek from Cairns to get here and the Gillies highway is VERY curvy. We tried to visit to see the tree kangaroos, but they were closed when we got there. I'm sure we would have enjoyed the visit; really should have...More
Thought we would visit today on our way to Cairns, got stuck in two sets of road works and diversions and spent an hour doing a 20 minute journey and when we got there it was pretty ordinary. If the road works are still on...More
Gives you a look at the process from bush to cup in the life of tea leaves. Well laid out an the café is a must for a cuppa an a snack with plenty of choices to tempt the tastebuds. If you are lucky you...More
This gives you a good look at the process of tea from bush to pot. It is well laid out and there is a cafe offering tea and snacks. The scones are excellent. The exciting aspect for us was viewing a wild tree kangaroo in...More