This special spot is a favourite with locals and visitors alike; if you haven’t been, then you must!
Stunningly situated in ancient rainforest on the shores of magnificent Lake Baroon, Secrets on the Lake restaurant has fast become a ‘must do’ visit for locals to bring their visitors.
Lake Baroon was a meeting place for the Bunya Nut Festivals where the First Australians gathered peacefully for thousands of years. In honour of this heritage, owners George and Aldy have named their almost completed private function space ‘The Meeting Place’.
During lockdown. Secrets got busy making this beautiful resort even more stunning! Walking into the reception, visitors are delighted by the beautifully carved decor and the stunning views from the alfresco deck. There’s also the option of dining in the air-conditioned art gallery with its magnificent hand carved tree of dreams.
Dining on the Deck restaurant manager, Brooke Lamb, leads a top-class team looking after patrons every need.
“We have Chef Mat and his talented team serving delicious food catering for a wide range of tastes and dietary needs” said Brooke.
Secret’s High Tea menus are also fast becoming a popular celebration option. And to top it off, you will often find the owner George greeting guest and handing out roses to happy diners enjoying the wonderful food, coffee and atmosphere!
“We have been coming here for years,” said local, Susan Clarey. “It is so welcoming, the food is delicious, and I love my roses from George!”
The nature of dining on the deck means that groups up to 80 people can celebrate birthdays, weddings, babymoons, anniversaries… or come as a couple to enjoy the serenity.
This February, Dining on the Deck celebrates ‘Love Month’. So, whether you are saying ‘I do’ or ‘We did’, pop in and sample Chef Mat’s sumptuous Love Month menu full of delicious choices that will guarantee to make you go a little gooey all over again.
Secrets restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday and closed Mondays, Christmas Day and Easter Friday.
‘We serve our special breakfasts from 8.30am, lunch from 11am until 2.00pm and afternoon teas until close at 4.00pm” added Brooke. “It is advisable to ring and make a reservation, as we are happily very popular!”.