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by Lesley Mitchell (subscribe)
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Published January 12th 2013
For lovers of all things dairy
If you love cheese, you will know the name Bega. Come with me and I will share with you a factory outlet with free tastings.

All sorts of cheeses at factory outlet prices

On the New South Wales coastal road, just up from Eden, you will find Bega. The home of the Bega cheese factory.

Whilst the factory no longer offers tours for hygiene reasons, you can watch a documentary, take a look around the gift shop and the exhibits upstairs and enjoy the cafe.

The local tourist office is also located here if you are needing travelling information.

The cafe entrance where the sign welcomes friends and udders

As you enter, you will find a lovely cafe where you are able to taste and sample for free, the different types of cheeses they offer.

There is no obligation to make any purchase however if you choose to do so, you can purchase at direct factory outlet prices.

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You can have freshly made milkshakes, delicious ice cream and a lovely cup of tea, along with other savoury and sweet selections.

Venturing upstairs is an exhibit of all things dairy and a small gift shop with locally made handicrafts.

The historic Bega factory outlet

A nice spot to stop off for morning or afternoon tea or lunch, or to restock your travelling supplies.

The Bega historic exhibit
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Phone: (02) 6491 7777
Where: 23 Ridge Street, Bega
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Is it me or is the last picture a little topsy turvy? Great article by the way. Outlet stores a good place to get lower prices.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12594) 2769 days ago
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