Conservatory Café in Cygnet Old Bank

Welcome to our Conservatory Café in Cygnet Old Bank serving a delicious range of meals made from locally grown produce from the Huon Valley.

The menu will change regularly depending on the season and there are a number of specials on offer each week. Along with this is a feast of freshly baked savoury items, filos, rolls and frittatas and house baked cakes slices biscuits and pastries displayed front of house.

We can also cater to your dietary requirements offering a range of Gluten Free and Vegan options.

Limited bookings can be made in the beautiful front dining room, Chandelier and Stable lounges.

Contact Reception to book.

Café Opening Hours

Friday –  8am to 4pm

Saturday –  8am to 4pm

Sunday – 8am to 4pm

Monday – 8am to 4pm

Tuesday – 8am to 4pm

Thursday - 8am to 4pm

Eggs

Veggies

Cake

Three Twigs at Cygnet Old Bank

Three Twigs

Come into Three Twigs at The Old Bank in Cygnet for a new and exciting shopping experience where you will discover an amazing range of on trend clothing, homewares and gifts.

The ambience at Three Twigs is created from the products that have been sourced locally and nationally as well as uniquely hand picked from across Europe.

Three Twigs will be focusing on clothing designed from natural fibres such as linen, cotton, rayon, wool and other comfortable, easy wearing breathable natural blends.

Customers will find an extensive and wonderful range of homewares, gifts and accessories including quality leather handbags, wallets, shoes, belts, watches, scarves, jewellery and a growing range of menswear's and 'Gentlemen Things'.

Customers can look forward to new designs arriving into store weekly along with the priority of friendly and caring customer service at all times.

Two sisters, Jackie and Karen look forward to meeting you in store soon.

Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-4pm
Tel: 03 6295 1097

Dresser

Dark Wood

Cushions

Veggies

Eggs

Paddock to Garment

Paddock to Garment

Artisan Weaver Karen Grady is the creative force behind 'Paddock to Garment’.

Paddock to Garment is "Wearable Art by Nature".

Karen takes alpaca fleece (from her own alpacas) and combines it with silk (including some silk from her own silk worms) and weaves a range of unique items, specialising in Modern Fichus, Quechquemitls, scarves, shawls, tabards, vests, and anything with gorgeous colour, texture and angles.

Local Alpaca + Peaceful Silk & Handwoven = Sustainable Ethical Fashion with an edge.

Products available: Local Handwoven luxury.  Made in Cygnet, Tasmania. Available at the Cygnet Old Bank

You’ll find us in the old Stables at the rear of the Conservatory Café.

Dresser

Dark Wood

Cushions

Veggies

Eggs