Kooroomba Lavender Farm and Vineyards

Kooroomba Lavender Farm and Vineyards is one of my favourite places in the Scenic Rim

I have visited several times and each time the beautiful mountain scenery just had me in awe: gazing at the breathtaking backdrop and admiring the beautiful natural landscape created by God. I couldn’t help but enjoy the peace and tranquillity the place has to offer.


It is located just over an hour from Brisbane. It is close enough to get away for a short weekend trip, but far enough to enjoy a taste of country life. The journey from Brisbane takes you along the majestic view of Scenic Rim Mountains and eases your mind from the busy city life.

The restaurant is open from Wednesdays to Sundays offering a range of Modern Australian dishes. Do keep an eye out for the dishes containing lavender as a key ingredient. Personally, I loved the baked potatoes with lavender honey mustard dressing. The lavender scent was subtle and did not overpower the dish.

On the other hand, I wasn’t very keen on the lavender ice-cream or sorbet. It was too strong and reminded me of hand-wash 😦

I have always found that dining with this surrounding makes the food taste better. Eating lunch while looking out at breathtaking scenery is what I would call a great weekend away! I recommend you try it for yourself!

Pork Loin, Braised Green Lentils, Caramelized Baby Onions and Brandy Jus
 
Lamb Back Strap with Semi Dried Tomato Couscous, Green Beans and Pink Pepper Jus

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