March BAH

Reminisce Cafe on the banks of the Denmark River was a relaxing setting for the March Business After Hours. The cafe is the latest initiative of the Phillips family. Noel and Rosie Phillips and their daughters, Leanne and Julie and son Paul with his wife Aleesha, are all involved in the day to day running of this busy and popular Caravan park.

Reminisce Cafe is the latest improvement that the Phillips family have made to their caravan park. As Noel said “if you want your business to grow you have to keep investing.”  And that is what they have done with continual improvements over the last 18 years. The family have a long history with Denmark, Rosie was born in the town to parents who were early settlers here. The walls of the cafe are adorned with black and white photographs of these early days.

Thank you to the Phillips family for the warm welcome, lovely food and the selection of Rockcliffe wines that was offered to DCC members last night. If you haven’t yet visited Reminisce Cafe then drop by for a coffee and enjoy the tranquil surroundings and great service.


Bev and Ross McGuiness


Annette Carmichael, John Maxwell and Kingsley Gibson

Richard Keeler with Julia and Brian Fitzgerald

Author: dccmanager

The Denmark Chamber of Commerce is a not for profit enterprise supporting small business in the Shire of Denmark