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“Real nice cheese, nice venue”

Pyengana Dairy & Holy Cow Cafe
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Pyengana
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed January 27, 2013

This is really nice location, quality venue and the cheese was very nice - particularly their flagship mature cheese. The cafe menu was good - quality and unique. The venue has an outside kids playground, you can get close to the cows and there is a nice indoor and outdoor area to sit in. It is also close to some nice waterfalls. Unfortunately, they were quite a few people there when we visited and the service was a little rushed (although the cheese tasting was professional) and our soup was served cold. Still recommend the visit if you are travelling this way.

Thank mr35
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Reviewed January 7, 2013

We stopped here for cheese tasting, coffee and ice cream after visiting the wonderful St Columba Falls. Unlike Rod, we found the service was very good, sounds like the day he went there was only one person working. The young lady introducing the cheese was friendly, informative and new her stuff. Coffee was good, but not great, icecream delicious! We were in a group of 11 people, kids and adults and enjoyed our stop over there.

Thank Ken W
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Reviewed December 21, 2012

Pepperberry ice cream. Oh. My. God. Seriously folks, second time to Tassie, second time we've visited for cheese tasting (buying) and their ice cream. They've got Pepperberry (native to Tassie), Wattle and Lemon Myrtle ice creams. And a really cool dairy with laser-guided milking machines for their happy cows. A must stop for a quick break during a long drive.

Thank wanderlustnurse
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Reviewed December 1, 2012

A working dairy farm with cheese tastings and lovely surroundings and cafe. Possible to look through windows at the cheese making process.

Thank Sandra B
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Reviewed November 25, 2012

Really disappointed with this establishment. My partner and I arrived with our mouths watering in anticipation of some cheese tasting and a nice hot coffee. But as we arrived and entered the shop, we headed towards the cheese tasting counter where we were greeted by the shop assistant and told that she'd be with us shortly as she just had a few coffee's to prepare and serve. We waited, a new couple entered the store and their order was taken, then another couple and their order was taken, then another couple entered, funnily enough their order was taken and served as well, all the while my partner and I still waiting at the tasting counter. After the third couple was served, we decided that it was time to go. We wont be going back.

4  Thank Rod B
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