Shannon and Tennille are both friendly publicans and fully qualified chefs, both of whom were trained in Melbourne, but grew up in the country.
They met at trade school and went on to travel London and Europe together where they ran bars and kitchens and broadened their knowledge.
They returned to Melbourne in 2006 to get married and both took on jobs as head chefs in some of Melbourne’s top Gastro-pubs.
They are very passionate about the Albion Hotel and the community and are keen to share their exciting menu with locals and visitors alike.
The menu changes in accordance with the freshest produce available, with their signature dish of Pork Belly being a year round favourite.
The Albion Hotel also has daily specials and a variety of beers on tap through their state of the art glycol beer system.
Swifts Creek is a small, saw-milling town on the Tambo River. It is one of a series of historic villages in the Victorian high country and is on the Great Alpine Road section of the Omeo Highway.
The town is ideal for people who want to stop a while and bask in the mountain scenery of alpine streams cutting through majestic gums and mountain ash, try their hand at a little fly fishing or explore the old goldfields.
There are bush walking tracks and mountain bike tracks in the national park and the area is also popular for its 4WD tracks and camping.
Its close proximity to the fantastic skiing that Mount Hotham, Falls Creek and Dinner Plain have to offer is another asset of this town.
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