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Come and explore what Brookfield Maze has to offer. A traditional hedge maze with extensive tranquil gardens and café, Brookfield Maze offers fun for the whole family!
Play giant chess and checkers in the garden, follow the brick labyrinth path to the rock centre or simply stroll around the garden, enjoying each season. Then enjoy a beautiful lunch that is prepared with seasonal local produce, with scrumptious house made cakes and desserts. Our Barista will make you perfect espresso coffee while you relax in air-conditioned comfort and enjoy the garden views. Featuring a selection wines from the King Valley region.
If you’re after a romantic retreat, Brookfield Maze provides self-catering accommodation set in picturesque valley views too.Visit Online
Named after the last mine to operate in the area, the McEvoy Tavern was created as the smallest pub in Victoria in 1991 when it was sectioned off from the general store.
Many of the locals use the tavern as a gathering point to meet up with each other, catch up on local news, and wind down after a hard day’s work. It’s also popular with tourists who have come to explore the area for its mining history, bushland walks, local arts and crafts, gems and crystals!Visit Online
Brown Brothers is one of Australia’s leading family owned wine companies and has been making wine in Milawa for nearly 130 years. Founded in 1889 by John Francis Brown, it was under the guidance of his son, John Charles Brown that Brown Brothers really established its reputation as a producer willing to experiment with innovative grape varieties. Brown Brothers sense of adventure and innovation has led them to create new wine varieties, push boundaries and develop vineyards in some of the best regions in Victoria and Tasmania.
The Brown family is proud to have forged a reputation, locally and abroad, as varietal wine specialists and winemaking innovators, making over 50 different varietals and styles. As a key member of Australia’s First Families of Wine, the third and fourth generations of the family keep the Brown tradition alive with members of both generations working within the business.
Over the years there’s been many changes in the Australian Wine industry, yet the cornerstones of Brown Brothers remain constant. They remain a family business; still hand-crafting quality wine.Visit Online