Warm welcome to Mount Buffalo
NOW in its 6th year of operation, the popular Dingo Dell Café and Tourist Shelter continues to welcome visitors to the pristine environment of the Mount Buffalo National Park.
Operator Keith Brettargh said not only did the café, which is open during the school holidays, offer delicious hot and cold food and drinks including pies, pasties, sandwiches and ice creams to day trippers and campers, but regularly catered for the Seven Peaks Alpine Ascent Cycling Challenge.
He said anyone touring the region was welcome to call in and say hello at KB’s coffee trailer, which is located at the gorge carpark in the Mount Buffalo Chalet precinct.
“We’re happy to provide visitors with maps and to help guide them around the mountain,” he said.
“It’s a great place for families to visit over the summer, where you can camp, cycle and bushwalk and escape the summer heat.
“There are beautiful waterfalls and many kinds of indigenous wildlife to see, including lyrebirds, wombats and even the occasional dingo.”
Over the school holidays the Dingo Dell Café will also have kayaks available for hire, in conjunction with Adventure Guides Australia.
It has also become a popular destination for drivers and motorcyclists wanting to cruise the mountain range and experience the incredible views.
TIMEOUT: Take a break and soak up the sun at Dingo Dell Café and Tourist Shelter during your next visit to Mount Buffalo National Park.