1 Kendall Avenue next to bathurst visitor information centre
opening hours Mon-Fri 8am-2.30pm Sat-Sun 8am-4pm
where to find us
Harvest Café & Store is where locals and visitors come to savour the best of locally produced food and beverages. Our seasonal menu reflects and captures the broad range of crops and produce being harvested throughout the Central Tablelands. Located next to the Bathurst Visitors Information Centre overlooking expansive, green parklands, it’s easy to relax and refresh in contemporary surroundings with delicious food and engaging company. Whether you’re after dine-in - indoor & outdoor seating, take-away, meals to take home, catering or somewhere to hold your function, Harvest Café & Store welcomes you.
From the foothills of the Blue Mountains to the banks of the Macquarie River at Dubbo, from the vineyards of
Mudgee to the orchards of Oberon, Harvest Café & Store in Bathurst is surrounded by farmers, producers and
food artisans working with nature to provide us the essential ingredients for our menu.
We’re delighted and proud to shine the spotlight on our local unsung heroes.
Catering & Functions
Harvest Café & Store is available for catering for private functions both onsite or at a venue of your choice. From simple platters of sandwiches and sweets for a work function to a banquet menu for weddings, our professional chefs and commercial sized kitchen and equipment ensures excellent quality and value for money. Our Head Chef creates perfect menus to suit the occasion and our staff deliver impeccable service. For us it’s all about positive collaboration to create wonderful experiences. To see how we can help you out, just send us a simple request and we’ll be in touch.
With more than 20 awards to his name won at prestigious competitions ranging from Sydney Royal Fine Foods to The Royal Bathurst Show, our main man in the kitchen, Chris Ringrose, knows how to impress both judges and customers. With four distinct seasons in Bathurst, Chris creates seasonal menus and specials that capture what’s being harvested in the Central Tablelands and surrounding regions.