Local food and drink
Situated in Bonnet Bay, Flying Swallow is a child-friendly cafe with an indoor play area serving coffee and brunch menu in the mornings as well as Happy Hour and snacks in the afternoon. By night, Flying Swallow transforms into a relaxing dine in atmosphere, suitable for young families, celebrations and casual catch ups with friends with an Asian Fusion menu from various regions of Asia.
We are part of Sporties at Kareela Golf Club.
The Farm to Plate Inspiration of Cove Bar Grill stems back to our families love of fresh produce.
Every dish born at Cove is made with Mother Nature’s freshest ingredients, love, persistence and care for those about to enjoy.
From our family farm in Kulnara, our citrus trees and livestock inspire us to create and infuse our meals with our organically grown fruits, free range eggs, beehives and more…
Boasting a family history rich in knowledge, with over 50 year’s experience in seafood wholesale and harvesting, our seafood is carefully chosen and handpicked from along the coastlines of Australia and New Zealand
Enjoy a modern Australian cuisine with us at Cove.
“There are no strangers here, only friends we have yet to meet” – W.B. Yeats
Cove Bar & Grill is open for lunch from 11:30am, and for dinner from 5:30pm.
Howling Forest Cafe is somewhere you can come and hang out, enjoy whitehorse coffee, beautiful food and relax. Laughter is essential.
I’m a local mum of 2 that loves baking, cooking anything to do with eating!!
I don’t try to be the perfect cakes and desserts but I absolutely aim to have the best tasting treats!!
I do cakes, cupcakes, cookies, desserts boxes, and anything tasty, just ask!!
My kitchen is fully registered with council and insured, so you can be sure everything is above board!
Left Bower is now open in Sutherland selling our own Australian coffee and homemade cakes, using local, organic produce for breakfast and lunch.
Sporties @ Kareela Golf started in the late 1960’s as Salisbury Golf Club. It was originally a nine hole course that officially opened in September of 1970 by Councillor A.T. Gietzett. The second nine holes were opened on July 4th 1971 by the then Minister for Lands the Honourable T.L. Lewis. A membership to that initial club was $30 joining fee and $15 annually. A significant feature of that course was that not a single tree was removed in it’s design.
We are committed to providing the highest possible level of service in order to make your time at Kareela truly memorable.
The beautiful natural setting of our course provides your guests with a challenging yet picturesque journey through the 18-hole championship course rated by NSW Golf Assoc. as a Group 3 course.
We are located 30 minutes south of Sydney in the Sutherland Shire, on the corner of the Princes Hwy and Bates Drive, Kareela.