Nest is a licensed cafe restaurant, boutique armchair cinema and beautiful bookstore with gifts and produce, all in one cosy space in the picturesque Tumbarumba, Snowy Valleys region of New South Wales.
The historical building originally a Masonic Lodge, has been converted to a thriving community hub full of culture and conversation that houses movies, live music, theme dinners, book launches, workshops, private events and markets on their lawns. A contrast to the building’s austere past.
Halfway between Melbourne and Sydney, 45 minutes off the main Highway and situated on the lesser known (but greener) side of the Snowy Mountain range, Tumbarumba is a town worth travelling for.
Eat and drink from a creative seasonal menu grown in the Nest food garden and nearby orchards, vineyards, mountain streams and paddocks. Friendly staff will welcome you and offer up any tips on local spots to check out like the newest rail trail or mountain bike tracks, the waterfalls that rivals those in the Northern Territory without crocodiles and serene picnic places and cellar doors for satisfying slow adventures.
Serving up big breakfasts, lazy lunches, gourmet pizzas, seasonal dinner features and their famous sweets all baked in-house, Nest is a nourishing destination for locals and travellers in a place where they make time to enjoy the good life.
The Nest are pleased to announce that they are going ahead with Woodland Film Festival again in 2021. Held in the Bago State Forest Arboretum late January, it will be part of a 50 day broader event across the region.