Just 2 hour drive East of Melbourne you will discover the little village of Rosedale. Nestled between Traralgon and Sale , Rosedale is the perfect spot to stop for bite or spend the day to discover our hidden treasures of this niche little town.
Rosedale is renowned for its famous bakery , cafes, tea rooms and antique shops. Enjoy creative menus and a fine selection of locally grown produce. The food and dining industry pride themselves on high quality friendly service and the freshest of local produce.
Indulge in a hearty fully cooked breakfast prepared anytime of the day at Cafe 3847 and Co to a sensational gourmet ploughman's lunch or high tea in the afternoon at Victorian Rose Tearooms.
Premium quality coffee also can be enjoyed with scrumptious cakes, biscuits or deserts in one of many of our Cafes. While there also sample same handmade chocolates made by our local chocolatier.
Whilst in Rosedale you can explore the historic walking trail, national park, wood carving display , Deljardins biggest pots range, Lillylane patchwork show in a shop, heritage listed buildings, handmade metal sculpture display , life size statue of Melbourne cup winner Patrobus, Canoe tree and Bunya Tree or just stroll the streets and read our history.
Rosedale is RV friendly and offers free camping at the beautiful Willow Park
Grab yourself a brochure from our information centre located at the Victoria Rose tea rooms and Discover Rosedale.
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The purpose of the Discover Rosedale Website is to positively promote the Township of Rosedale including it's diverse and different groups and committees, it’s sporting clubs and other public facilities, it’s businesses which are the life blood of the Rosedale community, it can also be utilised to advise the public of the things to do and see in and around Rosedale, it is also a wonderful way to let visitors find any essential services while in the town such as emergency numbers for health services or police.
There will be many more positive things added over time as the website grows into the community hub of Rosedale.
This is a proud initiative of the Rosedale Chamber of Commerce.