This was our second visit to the tea house. The road from Cairns was very winding so keep to the speed limit. Once you arrive at the tea house, it is an oasis steeped in history. There is a great variety of food and drinks...More
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This tea room has an interesting history the story of which is told through photographs and narrative on the walls of the dining room. The terrace overlooks the tranquility of lake Barrine with its varied birdlife. It is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing...More
We headed to the teahouse for the infamous Devonshire Tea. Really disappointed to be honest. Cream from supermarket spray-can and would hedge my bets on the jam also Without a doubt this spot will be hard to beat. Walked Mossman Gorge today and found this...More
Stumbled on this place while touring. Service very friendly and helpful. Great bacon and eggs done nicely while enjoying beautiful view of the lake. Good coffee and vegemite toast as well. Should have stayed for lunch as well. Nice place to break up a tour.
This rustic 80-year-old tea house features tropical gardens and a stunning location overlooking Lake Barrine, a rainwater-filled volcanic crater. Four of us stopped here for a break while driving around the Tablelands in Queensland. We descended a path from the large parking lot and found...More
Had lunch here and was joined by some friends I had vegie quiche and salad really yummy one had steak sandwich he said it just melted in his mouth another had warm lamb salad and said that it was absolutely beautiful so there was not...More