Kurmond Roadhouse

The original Kurmond Roadhouse was one of the Hawkesbury’s most famous landmarks on the Bells Line of Road. Later known as The Maxwell’s Table and Kurmond Wine Bar & Grill, the restaurant maintained a reputation for good food and wine and became a frequent stop for travellers over the Great Divide and a popular dining location for many locals.

Sitting at the heart of the 396 Bells Project, Mavrex plan to reinstate the old Kurmond Road House to it’s former glory and bring back the roadhouse as a destination landmark. The vision is to replicate the original 60’s facade and replace the old site with a modern café and restaurant, deli, bakery and store that sells pantry staples, and local produce alongside an extensive offering of organic and gourmet goods, homewares, boutique wines, craft beer and gifts.

The new Kurmond Road House will offer rustic alfresco dining with a large outdoor dining space overlooking a child friendly family area with sweeping views over the Kurmond foothills. Much of the café and restaurants’ seasonal produce will be grown onsite in the organic working garden, enabling the café and restaurant to produce locally sourced, seasonal dishes that can be enjoyed in an open and informal setting.

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