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HIGH­LIGHTS FROM TREN­THAM IN­SID­ERS.

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CROWD FAVOURITES

Cos­mopoli­tan Ho­tel A lo­cal icon, this re­stored 1860s pub has a shady beer gar­den, wine bar and menu show­cas­ing re­gional pro­duce, wine, beer and cider. Cor­ner High Street and Cosmo Road. (03) 5424 1516; the­cos­mopoli­tan­ho­tel.com.au Tren­tham Farm­ers’ Mar­ket The place to buy fresh pro­duce from lo­cal grow­ers, mar­kets are held from 9am to 1pm on the third Satur­day of ev­ery month. Tren­tham Town Square, High Street. Tren­tham Falls A pic­nic spot over­look­ing one of Vic­to­ria’s long­est sin­gle-drop wa­ter­falls. Tren­tham Falls Road. Domino Trail Start­ing at the his­toric rail­way sta­tion, this walk­ing and cycling trail fol­lows the orig­i­nal rail line and is a good way to check out the Wom­bat State For­est. rail­trails.org.au Great Tren­tham Spud­fest Held in May, the fes­ti­val of food, mu­sic and en­ter­tain­ment hon­ours Tren­tham’s potato-grow­ing her­itage. Quarry Street Re­serve, Quarry Street. tren­tham­spud­fest.org.au The Plough There’s a bar, bistro, beer gar­den and a con­tem­po­rary pub menu that in­cludes grass-fed beef steaks dry-aged for up to 49 days. 31 High Street. (03) 5424 1144; the­p­lough.com.au

SHOP­PING

Phillip and Lea In their own words, this ex­tra­or­di­nary es­tab­lish­ment has “im­ple­ments and tools for the as­pir­ing and ded­i­cated cook, gar­dener, for­ager, baker and patissier…” 26 High Street. (03) 9011 8433; philli­pan­dlea.com.au Frog­more Gar­dens With stunning gar­dens, this bou­tique mail-or­der and re­tail nurs­ery spe­cialises in bulbs, shrubs, peren­ni­als and prairie gar­den plants. 1560 Tren­tham-green­dale Road. Wooden Duck This an­tiques shop fea­tures vin­tage industrial pieces and antique farm­house fur­ni­ture. 51 High Street. (03) 5424 1054.

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