Windermere Corner Cafe
by Dan Fellow
There’s a great little tourist stop-over between Dilston and Windermere and I’d like to share my photos with you. The complex includes a shop, an indoor-outdoor cafe, wine tasting, art gallery and gifts. I thought the staff were wonderful. ~ Dan Fellow
More about the Windermere Corner Cafe…
Dan Fellow is a professional tourism photographer, and we’re always happy to share his terrific photos. The following is an excerpt from the Windermere Corner Cafe newsletter, just to give you a little more information.
Native Point Wines is pleased to announce the opening of our new cellar door at Windermere managed by Kerry Schapel and Maree Wakeling. The new location is listed in the 2010-11 Tamar Valley Wine Route and the Wine Tasmania Wine Route brochures and on their respective websites.
The Windermere Corner Cafe & cellar door is open from 8.00am to 6.00pm; seven days a week, 364 days a year (closed on New Years Day) and is conveniently located on the East Tamar Highway, 10 minutes north of Launceston on the corner of the East Tamar Hwy and Windermere Rd Windermere, phone 6328 1335.
Come and enjoy a tasting of our award winning Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Gris; stay for lunch on your way to or from other Tamar Valley vineyards; or visit the Native Point vineyard and meet the owners Sheena & Tim High (please phone ahead on 6328 1628).
The Windermere Corner Café serves all day breakfasts, lunch and gourmet platters, and also features paintings and crafts from local artists. Wines are of course available for sale to take with you, or posted to your home.
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