Tommy Smith cafe has opened at the heritage estate, Woodlands of Marburg. It’s a new stopping point on the Warrego Highway between Brisbane and Toowoomba for regular travellers and day-trippers.
Designed by George Brockwell and constructed by 1891, Woodlands was once the centre of a large sugar plantation. It was one of the first estates of its kind to have electricity installed in the house, mill, stables and office.
In the meantime, motorists can call in for coffee and pies. There is also a daily range of cupcakes available from Queen of Cupcakes. Enjoy a bite on the breezy deck or indoors where the vintage furniture serves two purposes – it’s all for sale from nearby Scotland Yard Antiques.