Ron had promised up a visit to Trentham Falls. The Falls are the longest single-drop waterfall in Victoria. At 32 metres high, it’s not a giant by world standards, but it’s what we have. Unfortunately for us the drought has left the Falls more a cliff with little water. So we promised we would return when it’s in flood. So we then headed off to Trentham.
Trentham is a classic gold rush era town. Its small main street has a bakery, country pubs, boutiques, galleries and a park with a pond and rotunda.
We headed for the Red Beard Historic Bakery. It’s down a narrow little lane (Wolff Lane). Great Coffee, breads and snacks but Ron pushed us out before we settled in for the day….the Red Beard Historic Bakery made the visit very worth it.
Ron lead us around the town, stopping at the Factory for Two Fat Wombats,(they make giant fibreglass animals and more) Old Railway Station, Nursery and then to the Cosmopolitan Hotel for lunch.
To warm up on the way home we made a stop in at Bourkies Bakery in Woodend, but we were too late for their famous vanilla slice – Sold out maybe next time.
Thank Ron we had a great day!!