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Amelia Park Lodge

Restaurants & Cafes


‘West Australian local heritage, meets luxurious and cosmopolitan style’.

That just about sums up Amelia Park Lodge…but not really. There is so much more.

This beautiful property is an exceptional blend of local historical significance and outstanding recent creativity. The Lodge, previously known as Newton House and built in 1852, combined with The Tavern; a rich tapestry of European deluxe styling and is the newest addition to Amelia Park Lodge, in Vasse, Western Australia. Both are a ‘must see and do’ on your next trip to the South West.

The Tavern (opening Dec 1st 2017) internally resembles a Viennese concert hall in height and grandeur, but with an eclectic mix of French, Italian and Spanish furnishings to give you a truly sumptuous and European experience. There’s the floor to ceiling antique mirrors, copper bar, marble vanities and imported Italian tiles and huge Spanish inspired chandeliers. A whiskey room and champagne lounge with deep green velvet lounges add to the rich and luxurious mood.

The cosmopolitan ambience of rich European styling inside, gives way to a large outdoor terrace and rolling lawn, welcoming families. An alfresco kitchen in the ‘beer garden’ offers pizza, burgers, chips and all the ‘pub-style’ food you expect from a distinctly Australian hotel. Go there, in your boardies and thongs, or dress the part for a truly deluxe experience and feel completely at ease and welcome.

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Amelia Park Lodge offers both a restaurant and tavern type dining experience.The Lodge has the dining room, conservatory and private function room utilising a restaurant menu. Cheese platters and kids’ food can be taken to the lawn for a casual picnic experience. The menu changes each season, but staples are Amelia Park lamb and beef and the restaurant has an impeccable reputation for a fine selection of deserts. High tea can be booked and The Lodge has an extensive list of Reserve wines. What better location to celebrate milestone events, anniversaries and birthdays than in this historic building?The Tavern will be the place to go for a pint on the terrace, a lazy afternoon lunch with the family, or ladies’ day out sipping bubbles in the champagne lounge. The aim of the Tavern is to bring people together under the one (huge) roof and give them a deluxe experience unique to the area. The exclusivity is in the building’s deluxe style and furnishings, not in the price tag.

Google Reviews

Hellen L
A great family friendly indoor outdoor tavern. Great food and drinks menu at a reasonable price. Pleasing on the eye and outdoor heaters for the chilled times
Mandi Levinge
Lovely atmosphere. Only probably think they forgot our orders had to wait 40 mins. But really good when it arrived. Great place for Families.
Kyria Laird
Had the degustation with matched wines...amazing! Food was brilliant (especially the smoked olives), wines lovely and extremely well priced. Will definitively be back and will be bringing friends! Staff were helpful, attentive and knowledgeable about the food and wine. Thanks for a lovely evening.
Melanie Brown
Service was unbelievably slow. The greeter was only interested in selling us bread and olives to start and then we had to stop another staff member to order our first drinks! They arrived an hour after we had been seated which we felt was a little tardy. I should point out that at this time we were the only party in the restaurant, six of us, and not a difficult order from any of us. When the food eventually arrived it was cold. Not just one dish, but all of them. When another party of about a dozen people arrived, the echoing in the room made it impossible for quiet conversation. The highlight was the delightful French waiter who seemed to be the only person trying to provide a decent dining experience.