A tour through Moorabool will reveal scenic country drives and uniquely individual places to visit. The great thing about places in Moorabool are that they are quaint, historic and offer an enjoyable day trips, amazing dining experiences or a rewarding break on your journey.
Cafes and Restaurants
If cooking your own goodies fresh from the fields doesn’t inspire then perhaps a meal at one of the regions great restaurants, hotels or cafes will inflame your gastronomic desires.
The fresh seasonal bounty is transformed into a range of fine fare by the regions chefs and cooks. You’ll find plenty of skilfully prepared locally grown food to tantalise the tastebuds - from cafes with focaccias full of local produce, to gourmet restaurant menus featuring locally grown Wagyu beef, organic pork and veggies.
The region's relationship with food is a strong one. In some cafes you’ll find food grown, cooked and served by the producer or their families. The relationship doesn’t stop here.
Wine and dine your way around the region, savour a foccacia or quiche from the Baby Black Espresso Bar, or book in for a gourmet meal at Keepers in Bacchus Marsh or Lerdies in Blackwood. Grab a bite to eat in the gastropub atmosphere of Young and Main in Bacchus Marsh or join the locals at one of the regions family friendly hotels: The Courthouse Hotel or the historic Cobb & Co location, Flanaghan’s Border Inn in Bacchus Marsh.
Diners can expect good country fare, unpretentious service and a focus on serving food which showcases the freshest local produce.
Searching for a place to stay while in Moorabool Shire? Moorabool Shire has a number of motels, bed and breakfast's,cottages and caravan parks.