Candy Cow, Cowaramup

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
While touring the Margaret River wine-growing region, drop by Candy Cow to taste and purchase high-quality fudge, nougat, and honeycomb sweets. Expert candy makers allow guests to watch them work and taste numerous products of their own choice, free of charge. This is the only confectionery manufacturer in the region creating honeycomb desserts with real honey. Choose from a variety of gift and souvenir ideas, and load up on chocolate, lollipops, smooth fudge, and creamy nougat delights. Hundreds of different flavors are used to create delicate sweets loved by children and grown-ups alike. The site is located in a verdant area known for its dairy production, and is near a number of popular beaches and well-known wineries. Put Candy Cow into our Cowaramup vacation route planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Another great stop on the foodie trail of the Margaret River Region. More taste testings and decisions to make. Lollies, fudge, chocolates, gifts and hot nuts in a cone. YUM! More affordable too, so s...  read more »
  • We always call in to Candy Cow on our way to Margaret River. Kids love all the different candy, I love the choc coated licorice! But have to say that the prices on some are getting a bit steep. 
  • Really enjoyed the candy and other items we got from here. Was a little disappointed with scowling boy making the honey comb. 
  • So many yummy lollies! And excellent service, you can also watch them making the lollies, then buy them and eat them!
  • Offers a wide range of candy choices. They even have an inhouse kitchen to cook up a wide variety of unique candies.
  • Great produce locally made in most cases, I purchased cheese straw like biscuits and went back the next day and purchased, just like mum used to make and I have tried to copy and can't
  • It's a lolly shop - kids will love it. Fudges were nice, service was average. It wasn't worth putting it on my to-do list.
  • The lady working here was so rude to us when we couldn't get the jellybean machine to work. She made a snide comment to another family about how we couldn't read the sign (which incidentally said that staff would 'help you get started' - nobody did). When it was time to pay, my mum tried to let her know the machine wasn't working properly and the lady just stared right through her. A horrible experience which we will never repeat, and to be honest, we won't be missing much- there's not much here apart from bagged lollies and a few varieties of fudge (there used to be a lot more). Oh and a dodgy jellybean machine that the impatient and disinterested staff won't help you use anyway. What was meant to be a special treat for my daughters turned out to be a total waste of time and money.
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