Those of you who read my last post will be relieved to hear that Huskisson (in Jervis Bay) actually has some very good eats. Tucked away off the main Owen St, we came across The Waterhouse the day we arrived at Jervis Bay, while picking up our keys for the house we had rented for… Continue reading Fresh food at The Waterhouse Jervis Bay
I’ve always had a clear picture in my mind of what the worst meal and restaurant ever would be. All the below very specific criteria would have to be met in order for a restaurant to be crowned the title of “world’s worst restaurant” and “worst meal ever”. Criteria: Bad, bad decor. Think bingo rooms… Continue reading World’s worst restaurant? Try The Huskisson!
The Paperbark Camp is renowned as a luxurious bush retreat eco-resort, so we made a stop to catch a glimpse of the resort grounds. We entered the private narrow dirt track and immediately, as if by magic, felt a very calming and serene vibe surround us. The serene understated luxury vibe continued throughout the grounds. … Continue reading Day trip to the South Coast – Stop 6: Paperbark Camp and Gunyah Restaurant
Happy Valentines day everybody! Okay so continuing on… No trip down the South Coast would be complete without a stop at Hyam’s Beach at Jervis Bay, which boasts the whitest sand in the world. We walked along the stretch of the beach, conscious of the feeling of the powdery fine sand between our toes with… Continue reading Day trip to the South Coast – Stop 5: Hyam’s Beach, Jervis Bay
Our lunch stop was tucked away on a suburban street of Milton. The concept behind the team at St. Isidore is to showcase local produce. The restaurant even sources its vegetables, herbs and eggs from its very own onsite garden! We walked in, passed the kitchen and were offered a choice between the… Continue reading Day trip to the South Coast – Stop 4: St. Isidore
Who would have thought that the Princes Highway was home to a peaceful, picturesque winery shielded off the noise and sight of the highway itself? We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived at Crooked River Winery, a boutique winery in Gerringong. Inside the complex was a light, airy and stunning restaurant with views of the… Continue reading Day trip to the South Coast – Stop 3: Crooked River Wines
The Mountain Range Farm was recommended by the Hawkesbury Harvest Trail. There was not much information online so we stumbled in, not knowing what to expect. We arrived at an industrial tin shed just in front of the parking lot. Mr. A unassumingly walked into the only entrance…and found out it was a massage clinic!… Continue reading Day trip to the South Coast – Stop 2: Mountain Range Farm (Dapto Community Farm)