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Point Cook Homestead, Werribee

(2.8/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • So disappointing to drive a long way to find access denied to the homestead. It used to be a great place to visit . A sign at the beginning of the metal road could have warned people that the place is...  more »
  • A few years ago this was a great place for families.. Beautiful old bluestone buildings, great area for kids to play.. Lovely walks.. It is now closed..apparently left a lot of brides out of pocket wh...  more »
  • When we arrived early on a Sunday afternoon ready to explore the grounds, we found it all closed off. Notice said closed till further notice. You could still walk around certain areas of the parkland.  more »
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  • The food not that great but lovely settings on the beach to relax and grab a bite before exploring some more of the beach or take a long walk to the wetlands. You can see the water from outdoor seating and the original historic homestead
  • Excellent place to relax with friends. Small beautiful beach at bottom of road! Great staff :)
  • perfect ambience ... rustic and cozy farm cafe setup with the sound of sea in background. kids love the free roaming geese and ducks ....
  • Booked for 6. Was given a "set menu" for 8 with is limited given the entire breakfast menu on their website. Ended up ordering French Toast. My meal and everyone else's was "lost" for the next 90 minutes or so with the kids with us being fed by their parents from brought food. Food arrived with the meals being brought out over a 10 minute time period of time. Mine personally was both cold and not as ordered. Advising the staff of this I was told the menu had changed this very weekend. (how convenient) Upon telling the staff that the entire experience was crap the response was insistence of having the meal and coffee for free. Not a solution. Will not return, will not recommend. Substandard all round.
  • The food here used to be fantastic but they changed chefs and it has gone downhill rapidly from there. I'm embarrassed to take friends there now. My latest experience was eggs benedict and the hollandaise sauce was a cold lump, the consistency of butter, on top of the egg. Honestly, who would send food out like this? Prior to this I've had an overcooked parma and bland stodgy crepes. It's a shame because the location is just gorgeous, but it's just a coffee / drinks place to me now :(