ABOUT ROSEWOOD RAILWAY CAFE
A little country cafe located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, just a short drive off the Hume Highway.
20km from picturesque Tumbarumba, nestled in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains.
After 25 years as a general store, we are now catering for riders on the Rail Trail, locals and all tourists alike, located just a few meters from the western starting point of our Rail Trail.
We aim to provide quality cafe food and coffee. Excellent service in an enjoyable location. Relax in our newly added Courtyard or enjoy in nearby Memorial Park.
Facilities located nearby at Memorial Park include- ample parking for cars and caravans, a shaded playground, public toilets and shady seating to enjoy your meal.
Freshly ground coffee beans with a mid-strength flavor, suitable and pleasing for most tastes. Made to your liking.
Just ask our friendly staff we will be happy to cater to your needs.
A selection of Cafe favourites combined with a Daily Specials Board catering for various tastes
Examples include – Homemade Soups, Lasagne, Quiche and Raisin Toast.
Minimum age to ride hire bikes -10 years old
1 HOUR $22
2 HOURS $35
HALF DAY $45
FULL DAY $65
FAMILY PASS (2 Adults 2 Children)
HALF DAY $150
FULL DAY $220
Helmets included in the hire cost
Children must be under Adult supervision at all times whilst on hire bikes
Arrive, Relax and Dine in our CourtYard, sunlit in the Winter and shady in the Summer
Waiting for your food order? Browse our Unique Handcrafted Gifts and Local Produce. New items arriving weekly.
Monday – Saturday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed till further notice
Got Any Questions?
Contact us to preorder your meals and refreshments or to make reservations for your Bike Hire needs.
Any questions regarding our facilities? Let our friendly staff assist you to have an enjoyable and memorable experience.
We appreciate all feedback as we are a new establishment and would greatly appreciate your input to improve our business. Just let us know via email or face to face.
Thank you for visiting… Walk in a stranger – Walk out a friend.