A sushi train-style Cheese Train has just opened in Australia

Publish Date
Thursday, 20 January 2022, 6:01PM

Calling all cheese lovers (so everyone)!

If you're not a fan of sushi, or you just like cheese, then this exciting news is for you ...

Once the New Zealand border opens, you'll want to book a ticket to Geelong, because the Victorian city has just opened Australia's very first 'cheese train'!

Splatters Cheese Bar will serve a huge variety of gourmet cheeses in exactly the same manner sushi does - on a 20m conveyer belt.

For $79 per person, punters will take a seat bar side next to the perpetually rotating belt of cheesy goodness where they’ll have 90 minutes to eat as many plates of cheese, mouth-watering charcuterie and accompaniments as they can.

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There will be more than 75 different combinations to choose from – including vegan cheese.

The restaurant also contains a cheese garden, so if the all-you-can-eat cheese isn't for you, cheese-lovers can grab a cheese board and sit outside in the beautiful Garden of Edam.

Alongside the cheese and wine, the fromagerie worshipping venue also offers delicious cocktails, beers, spirits and non-alcoholic options.

All-you-can-eat cheese? It don't get much cheddar than that!