Willunga Travel Guide

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Willunga Things to Do

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    by balhannah Updated Jul 28, 2012

    There are 3 historic Hotels in Willunga.

    The Alma Hotel was built in 1856, and does very reasonably priced meals. There are different specials for different days of the week. Plenty of room for car parking out the front.

    The other Hotel I haven't mentioned, is the "Old Bush Inn," a rustic historic Hotel. Lots of old photographs here to peruse while enjoying a good Aussie Beer!

    Alma Hotel
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    by balhannah Written Jul 28, 2012

    Located in quite a few of the heritage buildings in Willunga, is where you can try local food.
    Some that I saw on my walk were.........

    Christina's at 27 High street, which was located in a beautiful historic Church in High street. You can have breakfast here, and enjoy tea/coffee & cake.

    3 Monkeys cafe was an interesting name! You can eat in or take home, chocolates, confectionery, cheeses, coffee, wines, ales and more, it is located at 17A, High street.

    La Terre was a Cafe with a "French" feel. Here you can enjoy Croissants, Brioche, Baguettes, cakes and a choice of roasts for a meal. Located at 44 HIgh Street.

    So, as you can see, there are plenty of places for choice of foods, more than I have listed here!

    Christina's Cafe Christina's Cafe 3 Monkeys Cafe La Terre Cafe Another Cafe
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    by balhannah Written Jul 28, 2012

    Willunga does have a historic walk you can follow, or you can wander around on your own like I did, finding points of interest as I went.

    In High street, I came across the old Willunga Hotel. It was opened in 1840 as the Lincoln Inn, then later was known as Lincolnshire House, changing names yet again to the The Bush Inn until in 1870, when it was finally named the Willunga Hotel.
    The existing building was built in 1870, as was the adjoining two storey former store. The adjoining single storey building dates back to 1848 and is now also associated with the hotel complex. The hotel building is a two storey stone building built of freestone, architecturally significant because of its cantilevered balcony.

    Adjoining the Hotel
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Willunga Restaurants

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    by balhannah Updated Jul 28, 2012

    What you first notice about Willunga Bakery, it is busy! A good sign!
    Local workers were coming to buy their lunches, then Tourist's like us.

    What a choice, so hard to choose! Great pies and pasties, and lots and lots of cakes.
    Just look at my Bee sting cake in the photo. It was huge, delicious and reasonably priced.
    Outdoor seating by the shop is where we sat and ate our lunch.

    Bee- Sting Cake
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