The Clog BarnCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 215 Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
- Timings: 07:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 61-266524633
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Village, Family And Kids
The Clog Barn - Review
You don’t need to be in Holland, to own a pair of clogs! A slice of the clog culture is vividly visible at Coffs Harbour- The Clog Barn. Not only can you see how clogs are made but you could also take a stroll through the model village and if the mood suits you, book yourself into one of the many accommodation options here. Live like the Dutch, swim in the world’s only clog shaped pool and treat your taste buds to some fine Dutch delicacies.
Restaurants Near The Clog Barn
- La Piazza (Italian and Australian cuisine)
- Spinifex (Australian and Contemporary cuisine)
- Thai Inthanon Kitchen (Thai cuisine)
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Clog Barn
95% of people who visit Coffs Harbour include The Clog Barn in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
45.3% of people start their The Clog Barn visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Clog Barn
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Clog Barn
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The Clog Barn, Coffs Harbour Reviews
So quaint. Great to see a place like this still exists. Such a clever man. He does an exhibition on clog making and gives a very descriptive narration whilst doing so. There is also a lovely cottage cafe next door with homemade dutch cakes and pies . Yummy
Lovely model village and railway. Reminded us of our visit to Amsterdam last year and our visit to a clog making workshop. Amazing that there is no entry fee. We really enjoyed our visit. Unfortunately we were there after the coffee shop closed.
Celebrated a friend's birthday. Beautiful cakes, apple pie, pancakes. I had a delicious chicken salad. Service was lovely. The clogmaking demonstration was informative and the model village well worth the visit.
From the outside, the clog barn looks like a fun place to stay on your way up or down the coast. For its exterior visible from the freeway, the clog barn receives its first and only star. We stayed there for a night and were shocked by the lack of any soul in the rooms. They resembled a hospital with ill-functioning appliances. The hot water died after one shower, the kettle didn’t work, the toilet roll holder looked like it was stolen from an M1 public rest stop, the guests wifi was non-existent and the air conditioning worked intermittently - with loud groaning and vibrating in between. There was no Dutch feel to the bland, bleach-smelling rooms and the “deluxe” cabin that was to fit 4 adults consisted of one double bed and a bunk bed wedged in a tiny room meaning it was no good for any regular sized person over 5ft. I think the pricing, decor and previous reviews need a serious reality check.
Friendly staff in the restaurant and gift shop. Facilities were clean and tidy. Overall the scale model village was a bit dated but it is free and the kids enjoyed having a bit of a walk around.