Home-cooked food and more

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IF YOU’RE look­ing for a re­fresh­ing road­side stop on your next visit south, the Maiden­well Trad­ing Post is for you.

On the Kin­garoy Coo­yar Rd, con­nect­ing to the New Eng­land High­way, the Maiden­well Trad­ing Post is 40km from Kin­garoy and 28km from Nanango.

The Maiden­well Trad­ing Post of­fers a wel­come break from mass-pro­duced fast food in a 1950s/60s-themed diner. It of­fers home­made pies, cheese­cakes, bis­cuits, and it has gourmet cof­fee. There are also lo­cally pro­duced olive oils, jams and chut­neys.

The trad­ing post is just that too, as it is a well-stocked con­ve­nience store as well as a din­ing venue.

It’s open 6.30am to 6.30pm, seven days aweek. If you wish to visit for a spe­cial oc­ca­sion, group ca­ter­ing is of­fered.

The Maiden­well Trad­ing Post of­fers good old fash­ioned coun­try ser­vice with mod­ern con­ve­nience.

The own­ers and staff look for­ward to meet­ing you soon. For more in­for­ma­tion, phone An­drew Far­rell on 4164 6166.

Photo: Contributed

FINE DIN­ING: Maiden­well Trad­ing Post is the place to re­lax af­ter a long drive.

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