When at the Dome……


I recently went on a trip to Perth, and on the way back to Merredin, we stopped off at Mundaring.

I was with my parents and we decided to go to the Dome. We ordered tea only, and the quality of service was exceptional.

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We enjoyed a sip of English breakfast tea, and lounged in there, and chatted away whilst I also had a look at some magazines which, “The Lady” caught my eye!!

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I really wanted to read it, but we had finished when I noticed them…… Dome is all over Australia and has excellent customer service and GOOD coffee! I, interestingly, adore the buildings, as when you walk in you can see the intricate artwork. I especially like the cherubs on the ceiling.

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It has a comfortable setting and you can enjoy breakfast, and lunch or a spot of tea when travelling through Mundaring…..

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I think it is the best place for stopping by and getting coffee or tea whilst on the road! It is like a cafe, but also a restaurant, where you can eat….. I’m not sure what they call it, but it’s a good establishment to see….. I hope you enjoy the pictures !!!!

❤️

Exquisite Emmalisa

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I started blogging in late 2015 and it has developed since then. My vision is "To create a platform for ladies to find inspiration and pull thoughts, ideas and advice together whether it’s Beauty, Fashion, Travel or Reading I love to do Book Reviews & anything of SUBSTANCE."

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