Cafe Uduc

Hungry in Harvey, then we suggest you venture to Cafe Uduc.

Friendly service, super coffee and a host of dine-in, grab-n-go or take-home goodies mean that it’s your one-stop shop for either breakfast or lunch on your trip to the Harvey Region.

Choose from all sorts of caffeine-affiliated drinks.

The ever-changing breakfast specials include local favourite, Housemade Pancakes served with Custard, Stewed Cinnamon Apple, Candied Walnuts & Cream.

Sit indoors or in the outdoor dining area and have fun people-watching!



Throughout the decades, this California Bungalow has been home to many family-run businesses. It was constructed in 1933 for Vic Feazey as a residence and separate shop, the Excelsior Bakery.

The architect was Percy Harrison, and it cost $1,100 pounds to build. It was first known as the Excelsior Bakery, the name he had transferred from the old bakery across the railway line.

The shop was owned and operated by Campbell & Co as a bakery and tearooms from 1935 to the 1950s.

Ron Campbell would bake bread, including his famous malt bread and Swiss rolls, in original ovens that still exist today.

In the 1950s to the 1980s, it became the Cook’s Tearooms, famous for their delicious milkshakes.


  • Indoor and outdoor seating
  • Function facilities
  • Free parking
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