Warm wel­come to Mount Buf­falo

North East Tourist News - - BRIGHT & DISTRICT -

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.

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