Mayfield Mews is a site of local historic significance. Just 1km off the Hume highway, the Mews operates out of the original 150 year old coach house and stables. Henry Lawson lived for 14 years on and off at the adjacent Mayfield House, with his aunt Phoebe Stear, who was married to Richard Stear. The Stears’ at the time owned the General Store next door which currently remains a significant building.
Mayfield Mews has a small café offering light refreshments to serve with their exceptional air roasted coffee blend which rates as the Number 1 coffee in NSW. (whereismycoffee.com.au) Real milk shakes are served in aluminium cups with paper straws, not only nostalgic, but deliciously cold.
Enjoy the delightful garden centre and discover bespoke sculptures made by local and regional artists. The gift centre offers high quality
Gifts, Kitchenware and Local Produce. Open 7 days.
Annie B’s Full House have a wide range of gifts, kitchenware and collectables. Annie B’s prides itself on being focused on its customers and endeavors to offer a first rate service at all times. The staff are all experienced and customer orientated. A store offering quality merchandise awaits you. Annie B’s Full House has gifts, kitchenware and collectables. There is a wide range of stock from soaps, handbags, nighties, wonderful linen, Glasshouse candles, hand cream & diffusers and saucepans to name a few of the items they carry. They offer a free wrapping service, welcome lay-by’s and also offer gift vouchers. The exclusive stockists for Maxwell & Williams in Young.
A museum and tribute centre to the late bushman & whip maker, Syd Bayliss, and to Richard Taubman who has kept his trades and stories alive for over 30 years. The tribute centre also doubles as a cellar door for Trandari Wines, wine tastings are available.
On display are many leather products, artifacts, tools and items used by Syd and Richard. On sale are numerous plaited leather products, hats, boots and much more.
Richard has been a whip maker for 40 years and has always promoted his mentor, Syd Bayliss. The Taubman & Webb Trading Post is the culmination of himself and his wife Leah’s effort to ensure such valuable Australian heritage is preserved.
Open on weekends, public holidays and by appointment.
Enjoy panoramic views of Young country-style cuisine, either indoors or al fresco. Great Lunches – Morning & Afternoon Tea, Corporate & Business lunches available, Bus & Tour Companies welcome, childrens play area. Browse through the Art & Craft Gallery
Welcome to Poppa’s Fudge and Jam Factory where every day is a great day!
Poppa’s is open seven days a week offering guests a wide range of locally and freshly made jams and chutneys.
For the sweet toothed there is a huge range of delicate chocolates and tempting lollies as well as their well known freshly made fudge. All the fudges, jams and chutneys from Poppas Fudge Factory are made in store from fresh produce.
We also offer a huge range of giftware and homeware for the ideal present or addition to your home.
Poppa’s can also organise catering for 300 people; for morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch. Coaches are welcome. Poppa’s can also arrange picnic hampers packed full or homemade produce. Simply call and order the day before.
Winning a host of awards, the Donges Supa IGA is well known for their support of the Hilltops Region food, wine and fruit producers and the local community.
Donges Supa IGA stock a great range of locally grown wines, highly reputable award winning wines such as grove estate, freeman wines, Ballinaclash, Moppity’s lock and key, lindsays, Lockwood, Chalkers crossing and hilltops
The Young Visitor Information Centre is located within the old Railway Station and is home to the Hilltops Regional Wine Cellar. It showcases 60 wines from local vineyards, in one convenient location.
Also available for purchase are Hilltops jams, chutneys, honeys and a large selection of cherry themed merchandise.
Browse the shelves for information on local and state attractions. The friendly staff can assist you with accommodation, events and attraction information. The Centre has ample parking and is walking distance to the CBD.
In addition, the Visitor Information Centre is home to the Burrangong Art Gallery.