• Restaurants & Cafes

Amelia Park Lodge

As part of Government guidelines to halt the spread of COVID-19, there is limited business activity taking place in the region at this time. Please see our Essential Services page for details of businesses which are continuing to operate. You can also contact the business directly or get in touch with a local expert via [email protected] / (08) 9780 5911.
5850 Bussell Hwy, Abbey WA 6280
5850 Bussell Highway Abbey WA 6280
  • Bar
  • Children's Menu
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Dinner
  • Gluten Free
  • Group Bookings
  • Highchair
  • Licensed
  • Live Music
  • Lunch
  • Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
  • Private function or dining room(s)
  • Restaurant
  • Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning
  • Solar Powered - Partial
  • Table service
  • Vegan options
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access
  • Sunny Day
    Sunny Day

Amelia Park Lodge is a must see on your trip to Western Australia's south-west.
With a modern Restaurant, family-friendly Tavern and a small boutique Guesthouse on the property, there's something for everyone at The Lodge.

Located along Bussell Highway, Amelia Park Lodge offers both a Restaurant and Tavern style dining experience, along with a Private Dining Room for those looking for something exclusive and intimate. Cheese platters on the lawn offer for a casual picnic experience. 
 
The menu changes each season, but staples are Amelia Park lamb/beef and the Tavern has its famous Scotch fillet Sandwich and Korean Fried Chicken on the menu year-round. There are also many Vegan and Vegetarian options for diners. 

The extensive wine list, with something for everyone, can be purchased through the Restaurant and Tavern. Not into wine, don’t worry, their drink list is broad and beers on tap offer everything from local craft beer to Swan Draught. 

The Lodge cater to small families, couples on date-night, milestone events, working lunches, presentations, small functions and large groups up to 50. Live music and sports are showcased in the Tavern weekly. 

With large, grassed areas and a wide array of dining experiences on offer, what better location to enjoy a meal than on this historical property. 

Come in from the beach or dress up to meet friends for a drink, you'll always feel welcome at Amelia Park Lodge

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Google Reviews

25
Jan
2020
We stopped here on our way to a restaurant. Great show stopping venue with a huge beer garden. Nice selection of local craft beers and wines. Something for every one here. Just no table service. Head straight to the bar. Dan Gallagher
25
Jan
2020
First time we’ve been to the tavern at Amelia Lodge. The menu was updated and we had the battered snapper and fries which were excellent quality. The batter tasted great and the pickled veg went well with the fish. Garlic bread meant we couldn’t eat another morsel. The kids enjoyed their meal and there was plenty space for them to move around a bit where the large sport screen was showing cricket. Something for everyone. The ambiance was lovely and I would definitely go back again 👍 Graeme George
07
Jan
2020
Good service and atmosphere in the restaurant. Beautiful wine. Nice steaks and sides. I got the end of the scotch fillet so it was a bit disappointing but the eye fillet was great and delicious sauce. Tim Patterson
07
Jan
2020
My family and friends had an excellent meal and service here last week whilst on holiday in Busselton. Awesome food and atmosphere. Venue is 5 star! Todd Zani
02
Jan
2020
Great service in an amazing venue. The prices were also very reasonable. Leon Booth
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