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If you’re lactose intolerant, look away now. Australia’s first (and only) cheese train has opened its doors and we’re ready to slip into a cheesy food coma.

Splatter’s Cheese Bar in Geelong boasts a 20 metre conveyor belt laden with Australia’s best cheese. It’s just like sushi train, only … cheesy.

Splatters

Cheese Train

Cheese Train

Splatters started life as a food truck, but the pandemic forced the business to, yep, pivot – and cheese platters became a mainstay during lockdowns. They sold like hotcakes, before Splatters branched out into an online store. The food truck is now back doing the festival and market circuit, as well weddings and events.

And now the business has expanded again, opening Splatter’s Cheese Bar – with its signature Cheese Train. The cheeses are Australian, the wines are local and you pay by the plate – between $5 and $14. Save us a seat!

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  • Great idea but wow wow that price 5-14 …so expensive

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  • What a great idea! Cheese is becoming quite a popular thing. Great way to try different cheeses

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  • Wowza! Now this is an idea I know a few people will love.

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  • I love this idea but I’ll just keep on dreaming.

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  • This sounds interesting. I might have to suggest to my hubby that we stop in for a visit the next time we’re in Geelong.
    I like the whole idea actually, thinking outside the box!

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  • I love this place! You must go!

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  • Bit too much cheese for me. But my cousin who Loves cheese so much would love this place. Might get him a voucher for his birthday.

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  • Yesss I need to go here

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  • This sounds like a great date night.

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  • Sign me up!! This sounds amazing!! … my only concern is how much cheese do I get for my $14?

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  • I love cheese but $5 – $14 a plate is a bit much for just cheese,

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  • I love cheese, but I don’t know about the cost.

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  • I know plenty of people in Perth that’d love this!
    Not sure about paying $14 for a plate of cheese, unless it’s piled high.

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  • This is an interesting idea, but I don’t know that it’s got longevity.

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  • How cool!

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