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The BIG Chocolate Bar

Arts and Culture Carrum Downs

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The Big Chocolate Bar @ Chocolate Grove

Chocolate Grove chief chocolatier Will Muddyman and his dedicated band of chocolate makers have been busily working away on an amazing new BIG attraction to add to the list of Australia’s BIG icon displays - The BIG Chocolate Bar!

Will always wanted to create a BIG Chocolate Bar to promote the Chocolate Shop in Carrum Downs and now here it is all of its chocolatey, colourful goodness.

Built by local blacksmith, Tony Mardling, with the assistance of local structural engineering specialists and painters, the sculpture is over 4 metres tall and perfectly captures Will’s vision.

The BIG Chocolate Bar is located outside the Chocolate Grove Chocolate Shop in Carrum Downs. In the Chocolate Shop explore the vast array of innovative chocolates on offer - you’ll be blown away by the quality, variety and value. Don’t miss the newest inventions, the ‘Lemon Bursts’, freeze dried lemon slices in rich dark chocolate, the ‘Beat to the Beet’, freeze dried beetroot chips in milk and dark chocolate or the team favourite, ‘Dark Hazelnut Fudge’.

To commemorate the unveiling of 'The BIG chocolate Bar', Chocolate Grove has also hand crafted special large 'BIG' Milk Chocolate Spot on Bars. These edible delights are a real family treat!

On-site you can also browse the Australian Confectionery and Chocolate History Centre. Revel in the now gone household names, the often spectacular packaging, quirky advertising, striking displays, and more. It’s fun for all the family!

Chocolate Grove uses only the finest ingredients. All chocolate is natural and there are no artificial flavours or colouring They are Coeliac Association accredited and there is also a range of plant-based vegan delights.

Click here to read more about Chocolate Grove and plan your visit, or order some special treats online.

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48/50 Aster Avenue, Carrum Downs 3201