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Went for lunch on a miserable grey winters day, which was brightened by wonderful friendly customer service and warmed with lovely melt in your mouth lamb curry. Finished off with good hot coffee and orange & honey friand. Lots of room to dine inside or...More
Well worth a visit, the facilities are warm and inviting. Staff friendly and engaging. Light meals were delicious. Scones were huge with plenty of jam and cream. A family owned business that hand makes products. Our group bought numerous lavender items and went back the...More
From the outside this looked very rundown and we weren't sure it was even open but inside was lovely. We enjoyed a delicious piece of cake and coffee and then enjoyed interacting with the very tame wallabies and seeing some other native creatures.
Lavende4r tea with lavender scones served with lavender jely and apricot jam and cream. Sheer heaven. Beautiful outside shaded teerrace to while away the time drinking coffee or tea or eating a snack. New owners friendly and informative and eager to chat. Nice shop with...More
Coffee shop, and a few items to purchase.quick stop only. Smallish lavender fields. I expected more for this place?More
Date of visit: February 2019
Eliza S, Owner at Emu Bay Lavender, responded to this reviewResponded February 15, 2019
Hi Joyce, thanks for your response. Our farm currently has around 8000 producing lavender plants which consist of 12 varieties. All hand harvested for flower production and small amounts of essential oil, which are then used to make homemade lavender products featured within our shop....More
A great way to see Lavender grown over a large area - the flowers were all out when we visited, and hundreds of bees. Interesting Visitor Centre with nice outdoor eating area.More
Date of visit: January 2019
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Eliza S, Owner at Emu Bay Lavender, responded to this reviewResponded January 22, 2019
We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Emu Bay Lavender you timed it perfectly. The lavender is looking amazing and our hives are full of honey thanks to the bees. Hope you had enjoyable stay on the Island and look forward to you visiting...More