• wedding
  • milkshake
  • cake
  • falls
  • horses
  • Wedding Venue

    Yellowwood is an ideal country wedding venue. We are situated on a farm 1km from the centre of Howick. We also have a unique view of the Howick Falls, this is often the backdrop for wedding ceremonies held in the field.

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  • Children's Menu

    We have an extensive childrens menu. Meals can be eaten both outdoors in our spacious garden under the trees over looking the falls or indoors where you can soak up the ambiance of times gone by.

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  • Delicious Treats

    We offer an a la carte menu with roasts and curries on the weekends, check the specials board for more delicious treats.

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  • Amazing Views

    While enjoying your meal, soak up the majestic views of Howick Falls and surrounds.

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  • Our Family

    Yellowwood is a family restaurant with miniature horses, Dexter cattle, pot belly pigs, miniature goats and our very rare miniature donkeys. In addition to these we have guinae pigs, rabbits and bantam chickens for the entertainment and delight of our young guests.

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Welcome To Yellowwood Cafe & Restaurant


Please Note: We are Closed on a Monday

Yellowwood Café
is situated on the historic Fairfell Farm. Sir George Sutton established this farm and built the wonderful home that is now a Restaurant. The House was built in 1870 and stone that was quarried on the farm was used to build the beautiful homestead. All the wood is mainly Yellowwood that came from the Yellowwood indigenous forests in the Karkloof. The home was originally Thatched, Sir George extended the original house adding on a lounge with a vaulted ceiling an office and what is now the kitchen. He then used corrugated iron which was imported to roof the house.

His Grandson Tom Sutton sold Fairfell to Dawn Mackenzie in 1979, for a period of 20 years prior to this sale, the house was rented out to various families. Dawn then sold it on 4 years later to Derek and Eve Hughes. In 2003 Sandra Murphy purchased Fairfell and established what is now the Yellowwood Café and Restaurant. 

In June 2013 Yellowwood celebrated its 10th birthday.

Paintball is no longer offered at Yellowwood.