Places to Eat in Murtoa

Eat in or takeaway “country style”


From little quaint cafes and catering facilities to good old pub meals, there are a few places to eat  whilst visiting Murtoa. Whether you choose to dine in or set a picnic rug in the park next to Lake Marma, you will love the experience.

Wild Duck Kafé

  • 37 Duncan St, Murtoa, VIC
  • +61 499 221 600


The new kid on the block, Wild Duck Kafé, is no novice to the hospitality industry. Luckily for Murtoa, Kelly, Sally & John decided to trade Adelaide city bustle for the serene country lifestyle and share their love for great coffee and honest food with us all.

With the lovely rustic feel and extended opening hours seven days a week, you are sure to feel spoilt!

Available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, dine in or takeaway.


Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm



Cafe Marma

  • 24 McDonald Street, Murtoa, VIC
  • +61 427 022 361


Enjoy a fresh brew, breakfast or brunch at the little Cafe Marma, located next door to the local supermarket in McDonald Street.

Chris offers a range of hot comfort food and an impressive selection of delicious cakes and sweets. You can sit inside, under the street sun umbrella or take your food away, the choice is yours.


Monday to Sunday 8am – 2.30pm

excluding some public holidays


Railway Hotel Pub

  • 2 Comyn St, Murtoa, VIC
  • +61 3 5385 2241


Our fun loving publicans Bill Lindsay and Kathryn Garth are managing the Railway Hotel pub/restaurant and liquor shop, offering drinks & traditional pub games in the bar area and an impressive selection of hot meals served in the dining room, front bar or outdoor seating area, opposite the Water Tower and Railway Station.

With Bill’s daily gourmet menu there is always lots to choose from. Try his legendary beef cheeks or home made pizza. You will not be disappointed!

Dine in or takeaway.

ATM and EFTPOS available. Ample street parking


Tuesday to Saturday dinners.

Bookings after 4.30pm recommended.


The Orchard Café

  • 36 McDonald St, Murtoa, VIC
  • +61 5385 2785


Managed by the Murtoa & District Neighbourhood House, a non for profit community organisation, the café provides not only lovely tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes but calming views of the neighbouring orchard with its many fruit trees, buzzing with life.

The orchard, privately owned by the town’s beloved electrician “Jacko”, has been made available for community’s enjoyment. You got to love the county town’s spirit!


Monday – Friday 8.30am – 3.30pm

NOTE: Since the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic, the Neighbourhood House has used their kitchen to cook for Meals on Wheels initiative, effectively providing dozens of healthy, nutritional meals a day for those in need.

Due to health restrictions, the Orchard Café has not been operating as a public café.