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Honestly, I am very unsure as to why Piper Street is considered a place to go. Over priced shops that you could find in Melbourne. Average places to eat. Only unique place to shop is the amazing nursery and as far as food goes, yes there are some lovely restaurants and a few overpriced 'antique' (junk) stores but you may... 更多
Went there with a couple of friends for lunch before heading out to hanging rock. The street is lined with quite some unique shops (food to artsy/antique shops). We didn't visit the museum as it didn't appeal to us. The architecture of this place is quite amazing though (rustic, timeless). Overall, it's a good place for families to explore and... 更多
On a beautiful winter afternoon we took a lovely relaxing walk up and down Piper Street. There are many antique stores, art galleries, a milliner and so many cafes and restaurants. It is definitely a very lovely street with many buildings and houses that grab your eye. Whilst many of the eateries were open on a mid afternoon Sunday, many... 更多
Went for a drive to kyneton..walked the whole length of piper street...great mixture of fabulous eateries..loads of variety..also many different shops to browse and enjoy..easy place to stroll around and enjoy..highly recommended..will definitely re visit...
One of the best streets you will find for food in country Australia. That's no idle boast. Many eateries that will rival Melbourne. Cafes and restaurants are the go here. Makes Kyneton a real weekend getaway
Our advice would be don't visit Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Most things are closed. Especially restaurants! Duck Duck Goose and Larder was open and good.
Had lunch and walked piper st shops ,found some unique products from the shops ,unusual plants from the two nurseries ,a nice jumper from the artist coop and don't even want to known how much material and print the growler had in her shopping bags a good way to spend a Sunday . One thing I did note that on... 更多