A locally made log cabin converted to a quirk, retro cafe – this is as much an experience as somewhere to eat.
Old-fashioned (in the best way) service and food – homemade sausage rolls and scones paired with milkshakes or hot drinks, mixed in favourite toasted sandwiches and cakes/slices, the Pitstop is a relaxed place to have lunch or morning tea (closing at 2pm daily).
Featuring an eclectic array of items to look at – including a view into a workshop – a visit to the toilet is a must (not your average toilet decor)!
A popular stop for touring car and bike groups, the Pitstop Cafe is the last dining option before leaving Zeehan for Trial Harbour, Granville Harobur, Corinna and the North West Coast (or the first stop coming West….). Generally open seven days a week, take a rest at the Pitstop Cafe.