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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Address: 38 Loch Valley Rd, Noojee, Victoria 3833
Phone: 03 5628 9669 | Fax: 03 5628 9767
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: theoutpostretreat.com
The Outpost Retreat was originally an old farmhouse that was built in the early 1900's and owned by four families before John and Barb Snelling purchased the property in 2003 for what they called a Tree Change. John, who had previously worked as head chef at Café Di Stasio in Melbourne for seven of his 13 years there, gained a wealth of knowledge and a passion for food.The Outpost Retreat has regularly been featured in The Age Good Food Guide and is the only dining establishment in the Baw Baw Shire to have ever received the prestigious Chefs Hat.Due to the increasing demand for high quality pub style food, and the popularity of The Toolshed Bar and Bistro, The Outpost Restaurant has changed to Toolshed style food and service. Same menu, same prices, same quality, same service. Entrees and desserts will also be available from the restaurant along with a selection of gorgeous cakes and fresh coffee.The Outpost Restaurant is able to cater for any occasion. It is the perfect venue for weddings as you can get married in the beautifully landscaped gardens and then sit down to a magnificent lunch or dinner. You can enjoy the views from the wide veranda and indulge with outside dining in the warmer months or nestle in next to the open fire place when the weather turns cool.With four cabins dotted along the Latrobe River, it is the perfect location for your next getaway. The cabins are ideally situated to ensure maximum seclusion, breathtaking views and pure tranquillity. Each cottage can sleep up to six people and the cabins are only a short walk to The Outpost Restaurant and the Toolshed Bar and Bistro.
Content: The Outpost Retreat
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Coming off the Monash Freeway from the city and onto the Princes Highway. Keep on Princes Highway passing Pakenham. Look out for major sign on left side saying Mt Baw Baw, Neerim South turnoff. Follow the Mt Baw Baw, Neerim South, Noojee signs right through and you will hit Noojee. The Outpost restaurant is very well signposted in Noojee.
Disabled access to both Outpost Bistro and Toolshed Bistro
Follow the Tarago River to a fern gully where the river runs underground for 100 metres.
This trail is part of the original Warragul to Noojee rail line and has views of Tarago Reservoir, Bunyip State Forest and Mount Baw Baw.
A circular track through the Toorongo Falls Reserve that goes to the spectacular viewing platforms for Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls.
A gentle climb through tall shady forest to one of the only remaining historic timber rail bridges in Victoria.
Set in beautiful tall forest, the majestic Noojee Trestle Bridge is the tallest surviving wooden trestle bridge in Victoria. The bridge is a legacy...
Walk through rainforest to the Ada Tree, a 270-year-old mountain ash that's one of Victoria's largest trees.
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