The Pondering Frog Cafe Ice Creamery and RV Stop

At the Pondering Frog, you will find something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a Devonshire tea, a boutique ice cream, breakfast or lunch, a playground for the kids, or a stopover with your caravan or motorhome. The Pondering Frog Cafe and Icecreamery RV Stop is the place to be.
There is a junior playground for the under 5-year-olds as well as a playground for the under 10-year-olds. There are goats in the paddock which are very friendly.
If you are new to the area we have a brochure stand with lots of information about things to see and do in the area as well as what accommodation is available. However, when we are not too busy we love to help you plan the next stage of your trip, taking in all the local “secrets”.
Our mission is to provide you with the best experience possible. Our friendly staff are here to please. We do our best to accommodate your needs.
Located 11km south of Bicheno and 400 m south of the Coles Bay turnoff on the beautiful East Coast Drive, Tasmania.

Contact Details

16494 Tasman Highway
Bicheno, 7215

0412 631 299
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