Blackbutt cafe set for some changes
THE BUNYA Nut Cafe is showcasing a new atmosphere after some exciting renovations.
Owner Evelyn Green explains the many different changes to the Cafe's outdoor scenery.
"Our renovations out the back are that we've got a beautiful, tranquil garden area with a timber spiral roof, and it's got to be seen to believe. It's so unique,” she said.
"I really hope everyone can get down and follow the renovations that we've done at the shop.”
The renovations mainly involve the back-yard area of the cafe.
"We've got some beautiful big trees that have been brought in and used as the structure for around our gardens, and then we have a big timber deck area,” Ms Green said.
"The customers that have seen it are actually calling it the wood henge. The trees out there are just huge, you can't put your arms around them.”
According to Ms Green, the new atmosphere suits any time of day.
"It's absolutely fantastic, and very peaceful just sitting out there in the day time. Or at night time, sitting under the stars and listening to everyone while having a drink and a few treats. It really is Blackbutt's best kept secret,” she said.
Ms Green is excited for everyone to see the updates.
"Now, I really want everybody to come down, and see what the Bunya Nut Café and Scrubby Creek Bar is all about, and what we've got to offer. It really is a family friendly atmosphere, and is fully licenced,” she said.