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Masonmill Gardens

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Published March 15th 2016
Escape the city for country air and good food
How did I not know this place existed?

On a recent day out in the Perth Hills we were looking for a place to stop for a coffee and followed the signs to Masonmill Gardens- and wow!

I'd seen the sign pointing in that direction but I'd never been there before.

The place is pretty huge compared to most places you stop at in the Kalamunda area and while it is large, it somehow manages to blend in to its surroundings and show off the natural beauty of the hills.

Walking up to the restaurant, we passed the big koi pond and impressive kids play area.

We found seats outside, where we could look out to the hills and take in the pretty views of the gardens.

The menu had us considering a second breakfast but we decided instead to try some of the yummy looking cakes and come back another time for something more substantial.

The cakes were delicious and the atmosphere outside on the terrace where we were sitting was lovely, everyone seemed to be really enjoying themselves and their food.

If the cakes are anything to go by, their high tea must be pretty nice.

I guess another trip out this way will have to be planned.

Masonmill Gardens would also be a great place for a wedding and according to their website they have a couple of different areas where couples can ties the knot- the French Gardens and Crab Apple Walk.
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Phone: 9293 5157
Where: 40 Masonmill Road, Carmel
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They have done extensive renovations and extensions over a period of time. Gardens are beautiful and still developing. Wisteria in the French garden is just stunning when in full bloom and a beautiful spot for a small wedding. A lovely place fir coffee or a nice meal ir even High Tea. Well worth thevisit and thoroughly recommend. Used to be called Rose Heritage Cafe.
by Linda (score: 0|4) 1676 days ago
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