Leonards Mill is proud to source and support local Fleurieu growers

HISTORY CONTINUES: This iconic building began its life as a flour mill in 1858 and is now home to a regional restaurant and bar - Leonards Mill.
HISTORY CONTINUES: This iconic building began its life as a flour mill in 1858 and is now home to a regional restaurant and bar - Leonards Mill.

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Leonards Mill is located in Second Valley, on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

The iconic building began its life as a flour mill in 1858 and is now home to a regional restaurant and bar.

The Fleurieu region is abundant with amazing produce and producers and Leonards Mill are proud to source and support these local Fleurieu growers.

By visiting the farms where they source their produce from, the team at Leonards Mill are able to see first-hand how the free-range animals are cared for, how produce is grown and how hard local businesses work to supply them with such wonderful ingredients.

They buy in whole animals and use everything from head to tail to reduce wastage.

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The Mill is set in beautiful surrounds, the perfect spot to enjoy a local craft beer.

In keeping with their ethos of support local, the beer and wine list features local South Australian brewers and winemakers from boutique, family owned businesses.

With the latest addition being the installation of four beer taps, just in time for summer, Leonards Mill will continue to support local with only using local craft beer on rotating taps.

Currently offering a variety of Forktree Brewing, Smiling Samoyed and Goodieson brews.

The venue is open for a la carte lunch Wednesday through to Sunday and degustation dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.

A special three or six course degustation menu will be available all Australia Day – bookings essential.