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Allansford Cheese World, Allansford
(2.6/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Allansford Cheese World includes a museum, restaurant, and a cheese cellar and offers free cheese tastings. Try award-winning Cheddars or sip a milkshake made from fresh milk. Get a close look at cheese-making equipment and learn about the process of creating this delicacy. Finish your visit with a journey back in time in the venue's museum. Here, you can get a sense for farm-life a century ago by viewing household items and farm tools from the era. Complimentary tastings along with presentations take place every half-hour throughout the day. Put Allansford Cheese World into our Allansford travel itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Allansford.
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  • We noticed this shop on the way past and stopped in for a look. There's a big section at the front with touristy type items for sale and the cheese section at the back. The lady doing the tasting was ...  more »
  • The cheese factory is very popular and has tastings but not a big range. There is plenty of other related products to purchase. There is a cafe for eats and drinks but did not have a very good selecti...  more »
  • There are some souvenirs and misc items on the shelves. A room in the back does have some cheese samples and then other cheeses for sale. The cheeses were not that cheap. I saw wine but did not see an...  more »
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  • Wasnt quite what i was expecting. Mostly a gift shop with nothing to do with cheese. There was a section at the back dedicated to cheeses, but it was mostly cheese i could get at the supermarket, and the eftpos was down so everything had to be purchased with cash. There is a great free little museum that is worth checking out with the kids
  • This place is far better than we expected. There is two free museums there that we were not expecting. The shop had free taste testing of cheese that is made on site, a lot isn't available anywhere else. Some of the cheese had been there for 20 years! There was even chocolate and fudge to taste and buy. There was local wines and a lot of other local produce available. The cafe had hot food, sandwiches and special milk/thick shakes. Although you can't see in the factory, I still recommend seeing this place. I enjoyed it a lot and I don't even like cheese!
  • Where do I start? This place is horrible. It's rundown, the staff were very rude. The samples were plain cheddar that I can buy from down the road. And some of the products were made in France, like what is this? Would not recommend this to anyone at all!
  • Vanilla milkshake is good...lots of pokemon here too!
  • Fantastic little stop along the GOR! Cheesetastings every half hour! Cheeses & butter for avery reasonable price (considering they produce Award winning cheeses). Try the Milkshakes :))