The Bull and Mouth Hotel is located in the centre of the Maryborough township. Disability parking is available just across the road in Nolan St, or behind the building in Clarendon St. There are two accessible entrances to the hotel. One into the main bistro area of High St and a second into the back of the bistro from the car park at the rear of the building of Clarendon St.
The Dunolly Bakery can be found on Broadway, the main street of this charming goldfields town. Disabled parking is available in the street and there are well-defined crossing and curb cuts along the length of the historic town. Entry to the bakery is via a wide level entry door.
The store is split level between the counter and café area which is ramped with handrails. At the rear of the café is a large accessible toilet.
Visit specialty producers including Stoney Creek Oils, Dunluce Lamb, or Coopers Capers in Bealiba. Local butcheries produce some of the finest cut meats sourced in the region. The Talbot Farmers’ Market, held on the third Sunday of every month, is one of the most popular in Victoria. Stroll around the vibrant atmosphere and take your pick of the freshest seasonal produce, local wine, fine delicacies, handmade cheeses and freshly baked breads. The market offers a chance to buy organic fruit and vegetables picked that morning.
Delicious cuisine, country style meals and great service are offered at restaurants, cafés, provedores and historic pubs across the Central Goldfields. Alfresco dining or light lunches are readily available for any visitor or local alike to indulge in.
Be tempted by freshly baked loaves, cakes and pastries and some of our regions award winning bakeries. If you’re planning a day of hectic activity, grab a delicious wholesome breakfast before you go.