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Huonbrook Valley, Pizza, Produce and Panorama

Hidden away in the hills behind Mullumbimby is a little hint of Tuscany. The leaves are falling from the vines, but as you walk by the enormous wood-fired oven you feel a blast of warmth on your body. As you are greeted with a smile by the Toneguzzo family, friendly staff and the local hill folk, you might feel the warmth in your heart. The warmth in your tummy awaits…

The menu says it all: Wood-fired pizza, calzone, salads, homemade desserts and more – all mains are $20 and under. If you’re vegan, gluten free, or dairy free they have your covered. The majority of the drinks list and ingredients are certified organic! Huonbrook Valley buys local, employs local and supports local. 

If you’re after amazing views, you can stretch out on a picnic blanket for Sunday Brunch (9.30–12.30 every Sunday), or for something more cosy and intimate during winter, find a seat at the long tables near the oven and under the heaters on any Friday night (5–8). 

Huonbrook Valley is located 20 minutes into the hills behind Mullumbimby, through spectacular rainforest and heritage listed Shire potholes: go five minutes past Malcolms Corner until you see the big White Villa.

Huonbrook Valley: 361 Huonbrook Road. Ph: 6684 0400.
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