The small town of Willow Tree on the Liverpool Plains, is home to the Willow Tree Inn and their award-winning Graze Restaurant. The Willow Tree Inn is situated on the New England Highway, equidistant between Scone and Tamworth. The Willow Tree Inn was built in 1913 and purchased by Charles & Cheryl Hanna in 2009. The redevelopment of the hotel and restaurant began in June 2010 and was completed just five months later in November 2010, by a team of excellent local tradespeople. Since the doors opened, Graze Restaurant has provided a high-quality dining experience to locals and travellers from all over the country. Graze is best known for their locally grown, dry aged Black Angus beef. The cattle are born and raised on the pastures of Colly Creek, also in Willow Tree NSW. The beef is pasture fed and grain finished, then dry aged in our own dehumidified controlled room, before being cooked to perfection on our special Char Broiler and served on your plate.