During our four day trip to the Southern Highlands, Carol and David took us for another drive around the district. We stopped in the little village of Robertson for morning coffee. The coffee shop was an old cheese factory converted into a coffee shop and cheese and souvenir shop.
The old cheese factory.
Inside the old cold room and factory.
I love the character of the old country houses. This one had the typical verandah and even the owner having a nap in the winter sun.
We continued our drive through a beautiful National Park to see the Belmore Falls. When we got there we found the pathway was closed due to damage to the lookout from a past bushfire. That was a disappointment.
This was the driveway to the Cellar Door and restaurant.
It was a sunny, peaceful area.
Inside was full so we sat outside in the warm sun.
We chatted with Carol and David
and had a delightful lunch of Barramundi and Creme Brûlée .
After that we drove back to the hotel for a rest and that evening we had a dinner in the hotel's posh restaurant because it was my birthday.