Eat and drink
As well as succulent steaks at the Jennacubbine Tavern, pub food at the Goomalling Tavern and (on weekends from March till November) light lunches and Devonshire teas in Mary’s Tearoom at Slater Homestead, you can enjoy a meal at the following Goomalling eateries.
Fancy al fresco dining in the country? Grab a tasty takeaway for a picnic or BBQ, or pick up some fresh food from the Goomalling Grocer on Railway Terrace and make your own.
The Dunnings Roadhouse offers homemade burgers, soups, pizzas, salads, sandwiches and rolls along with a range of fast food, groceries, drinks and newspapers.
17 Throssell St/Northam-Pithara Rd, 08 9629 1550.
Steakhouse meals are available on Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday lunchtime. The kitchen may open upon request for bookings of 20 people or more. Stone oven baked pizzas are available on Thursday nights. [More]
The pub opens from 4pm on weekdays and from 12 noon on weekends.
22 Collins Street Jennacubbine, 08 9623 2273, email@example.com
The Goomalling Tavern is open everyday from 12 noon for you to come in for a drink, a game of pool, a chat with the locals and/or other travellers, and eat some bar snacks or enjoy a meal.
61 Railway Terrace, 08 9629 1110
Goomalling Sport and Community Centre
The Goomalling Sport and Community Centre is located at the Recreation grounds. This new facility was completed December 2015 and is open from Wednesday to Sunday 4pm onwards. Meals are available Friday & Saturday nights, pizza’s available Sunday nights.
Crn Quinlan & Hoddy St ph: 9629 1889
Grab a takeaway or dine in at the BYO restaurant. There are fish & chips, pizza, burgers, Rosie’s Chicken and more, plus groceries, newspapers and magazines.
42 Main St, 08 9629 1245.
Goomalling’s IGA Express has everything you need for a picnic or BBQ in Goomalling or to replenish your travelling supplies, plus a newsagency, toys, books and lotto
11-13 Railway Terrace, 08 9692 1140