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Things to do in Werribee

08 Jun 2023

With so much to see and do in Werribee, from the history-rich Werribee mansion to the open range zoo, why not treat your tastebuds to a culinary adventure with a trip down Watton Street - just a short drive from Riverwalk! Whether you're a seasoned local or a curious foodie, Watton Street is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings this long weekend. Here are some of our top picks:

Mama Lor

If you're craving Filipino bread and cakes, you've come to the right place! Mama Lor has their own special recipe when it comes to ube-infused sweets and also serves a range of traditional dishes like lumpia and lechon, for those after something more savoury.  

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Fusion Ceylon

Founded by two Columbo-raised chefs with a passion for Australian produce, Fusion Ceylon offers exotic flavours of Sri Lankan cuisine, with a twist! Open for lunch, dinner, and takeaway, be sure to visit on the weekend for unique specials that your tastebuds won't forget.  

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Looking for authentic, handmade pasta and pizza? Tocca is an Italian kitchen and bar that serves modern Italian and takes the classics to a new level! They also cater for various dietary requirements to make sure no one goes home hungry. 

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Casa Cantina

Werribee's first late-night Mexican venue where the cocktails are icy and the food is spicy! Casa Cantina is the place to be for great food, great company and great views overlooking the Werribee River and gum tree surrounds. 

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In the spirit of reconciliation, Development Victoria respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Riverwalk is being built and developed. We recognise their continuing cultural heritage and connection to land. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Yinga Biik Birranga-ga (Sing land and Country), Steve Ulula Parker