Best Known For
Reef and Beef: Cape Byron Angus Scotch fillet and local prawns in a creamy sauce, chips and salad.
Built in 1925, the aptly named Heritage Hotel Motel in Dorrigo is home to The Fernery Bistro, a family-friendly venue of choice for both locals and those travelling through. Constructed by Michael Feros, the grandeur of this heritage listed locale is a classic example of Australian architecture, maintaining a timeless style from the inside out. Furnished with original 1925 dining room tables topped with Dorrigo hoop pine, the bistro radiates with warm homely touches of honey toned wood, exposed brick and lush dangling ferns. Regularly changing, the Mod Oz menu focuses on country-style meals made with fresh, local produce and may include beer battered barramundi, chips and salad; butter chicken, pilaf rice, minted yoghurt and naan, or pick up a slice of pizza with a touch of everything.
Cnr Hickory & Cudgery Streets, Dorrigo 2453 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Eftpos
Seats: 100 Chef: Scott Warman
- Up to 50 Guests
- Birthday Party
- Dinner Party