Southern Highlands, NSW
For more than 60 years, the Robertson Pie Shop, perfectly situated at the top of Macquarie Pass on the outskirts of the Robertson township in the NSW Southern Highlands, has been a must-stop for motorcyclists enjoying the almost endless selection of amazing riding roads that snake their way through the region.
Will Beeker and his wife Jenny are the owners of the Robertson Pie shop located in the New South Wales Southern Highlands. Will has been hands on with the business since his parents purchased it more than four decades ago. Will is also a rider, and supporter of the local riding community. Artwork recently added to the façade of the building pay homage to riding buddies and regular customers who are no longer with us.
Rain, hail or shine, you will find a collection of motorcycles parked in the carpark as their riders tuck into one of the countless selection of freshly-cooked pies on offer. When the weekend weather is at its best, the car park fills to capacity with motorcycles of all makes, models and vintages, turning the large open asphalt area into a pop up bike show.
We caught up with Will to find out why the Robertson Pie Shop continues to be a raging success, and why riders from all around the world add the destination to their must-do list when heading Down Under. Even a visiting Yamaha Motor Corporation film crew from Japan were keen to film their Yamaha Motor Journeys film at the location after following the official Facebook page dedicated to the filled pastry delicacies.
We caught up with Will Beeker and asked why the Robertson Pie Shop was so popular, and of course we took the opportunity to tuck into a Curry Chicken Pie.
There is always something unique and different to see here in the car park, its a constantly changing bike show