Clog Barn Coffs Harbour
Where is it at?
215 Pacific Highway
Tel: 02 6652 4633
Where are we going today?
Ever wanted to visit the beautiful Holland? Those sweet little houses and European charm?
Well, now you can - without even having to leave Coffs Harbour! The Clog Barn a major local tourist attraction and lets you enjoy all the best of Holland, right on your doorstep!
Kids will love walking around their miniature Dutch village - complete with a working railway and working windmills!
Do you know what windmills actually are used for? Head on down and find out!
The models are all replicas of actual buildings in Holland, so you can be sure it will be an authentic experience!
Head on down on a hot summers day and you will just love their unique pool! What's unique about it? Well, it's the WORLDS only clog shaped pool! How awesome is that!/
And of course - there are the clogs! Do you fancy walking around school in those wooden works of art? We're not sure we could handle it, but they are amazing to look at! If you have always been curious about how they are made, they have FREE clog making demonstrations at 11am, 2pm and 4pm daily. A lot of work goes into making them so pretty!
If you get a little peckish you can enjoy Big Oma's Coffee House which is open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Indulges in "Dutchaustralian" style homemade cakes, crepes, pancakes, and other tasty treats!
And what would a clog barn be without a Clog Shop! They have a great range of authentic imported clogs for you to pick up - maybe use around the house as slippers!
It won't clog your mind, but it will clog your day!
When can we go?
Call to confirm
Big Oma's Coffee House offers tasty options for open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Delicious snacks, cakes, crepes, pancakes, biscuits, pastries and liquorice - even take some home as gifts!.
The coffee house has a gluten free menu available!.
Any Top Tips?
They have free wifi! Make sure you stock up on those selfies! .
Can I get one of those?
The Clog Barn Shop have clogs, clogs and more...you guessed it...clogs! They have a great range of imported clogs in different colours and sizes, so you will find one you love!
They also stock various pieces from the famous blue and white Delft Pottery as well as an impressive range of Dutch souvenirs..
What people are saying?
by David McConville
We were charged an arm and a leg for an overcooked (deep fried) tasteless sausage and croquette. THERE IS NO WAY THIS COULD POSSIBLY REPRESENT DUTCH FOOD. Strongly recommend you give the place a miss'. They sure as hell know how to overcharge at the same time giving bugger all in customer service. The female staff attendant (Couldn't possibly call her a cook) was obnoxious, she wa trying to be funny but the comments were just plain rude
by moose waz-here
Friendly and great food. Village is free to look at and food was excellent
by Pam Schmidt
Very disappointing. Charged $6 each to go through model village. Nothing was operating and generally not well maintained. The water dragons were the only highlight. The coffee shop is very expensive.
by Lorri McPherson
Even though we missed out on the clog demonstration, the dutch village is AWESOME!! It was really cool when all the local lizards basked on top of the roofs of the buildings.
We ate at the restaurant and we didn't have very friendly service. The food was very nice.
by Sam Colmer