Yarra Valley Dairy

Before Niall flies off to spend the next few months in the UK, we took a small day trip out to the Yarra Valley together.  Unlike most other people our age, however, we did not visit any of its renowned wineries, but instead made a beeline for the Yarra Valley Dairy where we indulged in our mutual love of delicious cheese for lunch.  Luckily, everything tasted so incredible and the space was so relaxing and pretty, so our long journey here was not wasted.

Clockwise from top left: Fresh cow cheese, Relish, Fresh Pyramid goat cheese, House Cow cheese (with chives, garlic and parsley), and White Savourine semi-mature goat cheese.

Clockwise from top left: Fresh cow cheese, Relish, Fresh Pyramid goat cheese, House Cow cheese (with chives, garlic and parsley), and White Savourine semi-mature goat cheese.

Delicious bread and crackers for the cheese platter.

Delicious bread and crackers for the cheese platter.

A spot of English breakfast tea with fresh cow milk

A spot of English breakfast tea with fresh cow milk

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This entry was written by miss andy and published on July 3, 2013 at 7:00 pm. It’s filed under Australia, Victoria and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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