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Historic Gundagai Bakery

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Outside bakery
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Overview

The Historic Gundagai Bakery is believed to be the oldest working bakery in Australia. In 1864 German immigrant and baker, William Bibo, built and opened the bakery and became a successful businessman and citizen who later became Mayor of the town.

In 1976 enthusiastic Gundagai residents rallied following the threatened closure of the bakery. Fifty locals became shareholders in a new company that purchased the business and premises.

For the past 23 years, John Catling has been Lessee and supplying the Riverina with Little John's pies and a variety of cakes, slices, sandwiches and coffee. It's a great friendly place to have a bite to eat for all the family.

Present baker, John Catling, is renowned for his pies and sausage rolls. The famous Little John's Pies, have won awards. With delicious cakes, slices and sandwiches it would be hard to go past!

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184 Sheridan Street, New South Wales, AustraliaGet Directions

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

TripAdvisor ratingBased on 103 reviews

“Great Rolls”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 4w ago by Susan M

Purchased some rolls so that we could make lunch on our road trip. Best rolls we’ve had in a long time, sprinkled with sesame seeds. If I’d known how good they were I would have also bought a loaf of...

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“Dud pies.”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 10mos ago by hugha20000000000

Disappointing pies, not quite fully baked. Cheerful staff almost made up for what was a quite ordinary product.

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“Yummy”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 1yr ago by A3765EBjennya

Friendly staff and cakes n pies were yummo. So much choice as well. Friend even got a healthy sandwich. Thanks

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  • Beverage
  • Bakery/Patisserie
  • Not licensed
  • Outdoor Dining Area