Our vision is to maintain a restaurant in Dubbo that offers a dining experience that sets us apart in the Dubbo food scene. We offer simple, quality food executed well, with outstanding service and attention to detail that shines on all aspects of our business.
The restaurant premises is located in the Quest Apartments in Dubbo. Our mission is to provide a dining experience to locals, guests, and tourists alike that will continue to build our reputation and provide seasonal menus that will keep our loyal customers returning.
Veld, also spelled Veldt is Afrikaans for a type of wide open rural landscape. The meaning and origin of the word Veldt represents our heritages and how we have returned to them.
Brad is a South African born lad that migrated to Australia when he was 12 years old.
Brad has 16 years of chef experience in the industry in Sydney Market, 2 years’ chef experience abroad and 2 years at Veldt Restaurant. He became Head Chef at a Sydney fine dining restaurant at the age of 23.
Brad was the Executive Chef at the Terrey Hills Golf and Country Club in Sydney for 5 years before we moved to Dubbo, serving a clientele of affluent members with discerning tastes.
He is an all-around chef but particularly loves the challenge of creating beautiful desserts.
Brad is a keen golfer and enjoys cooking at home for family and friends and eating out in his spare time.
Natalie is a born and bred Dubbo girl who moved away 24 years ago.
She spent the last 15 years in the Commercial Property Market working for the likes of LJ Hooker Commercial, Ticor Developments, Dexus
Real Estate and Executive Channel. More recently Natalie was head hunted by the Managing Director of a marble restoration company, as their Business Development Director because of her extensive contacts and networking experience in the Sydney real estate market.
Her most recent role of becoming a mother to Olivia and Hugo has changed her focus in her career path. Raising their children in the country with her family support network and focusing on Veldt Restaurant has her hands full.