What The Locals Love
💗 Devour Kenilworth Country Bakery’s coffee in a donut.
💗 Sink a beer or two at the Kenilworth Hotel.
💗 Munch on a cheese platter at Poppa’s Cafe at Kenilworth Dairies.
💗 Float away the day at Booloumba Falls.
Kenilworth’s first store swung open its doors in 1924, and a stroll along the high street, lined with galleries, cafes, independent boutiques and the much-loved Kenilworth Hotel, will reveal that much of its old charm remains.
For a peek into the past stop into the Kenilworth Museum, before taking in some of the modern-day highlights like Kenilworth Dairies, an award-winning dairy that produces a delicious range of cheese, yoghurts and milk. Pro tip: bring a cooler bag for takeaway treats from their cellar door.
Kenilworth Dairies, Kenilworth
A visit to Kenilworth wouldn’t be complete with carb loading at the Kenilworth Country Bakery, made famous for its 1kg donut challenge and coffee served in a donut. You’ll want to wear elasticated pants for this experience that will see you tucking into flaky pastries and licking your glaze-covered fingers with pure child-like delight.
Kenilworth Country Bakery, Kenilworth
Nature lovers should carve out some time to explore the Kenilworth State Forest. Running adjacent to the town, hike or horse ride amongst soaring eucalypt and pine forests, alongside rugged creeks and cliff faces. There’s also a cluster of pristine watering holes perfect for floating or throwing a line in.
Booloumba Falls, Kenilworth
Stay overnight in this greenery-strewn oasis by pitching a tent at the various campsites in the area or bliss out at luxury retreats like Kenilwoth Country Cabins, Kookaburra Park, Kenilworth Boutique Accommodation, Kenilworth Homestead or Yabbaloumba Retreat.
Kenilworth Country Cabins
Don’t be surprised if you find yourself extending your time here in Kenilworth. Fill your itinerary relaxing in the region’s beautiful bushland and magical forest setting, chatting with loved ones around a crackling open fire, or floating in crystal clear waterholes.