Regional, seasonal cooking and eating is a way of life in the North East - and no more so than in our top dining venues.
Featuring Japanese-influenced, regional cuisine is Beechworth's pride - the two-hated restaurant, Provenance. Provenance offers an extremely sophisticated, contemporary cuisine, coupled with a fantastic drinks menu and served with warm hospitality.
A grand arrival along the elm-lined driveway at All Saints Estate Terrace Restaurant awaits patrons of Rutherglen's very first hatted restaurant. With locally sourced products (many from their own property, including lamb, pork and beef) you're sure to enjoy one of the best examples of modern Australian cuisine in the country.
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Despite being a woman in a male-dominated profession and starting her brewing career after 50, Fiona Myers insists for her there was ‘never a mould to break.’ Success is a simple recipe of desire and tenacity!
Bright Brewery was founded on sustainable principles, which drives everything they do.
Full of warmth and generosity, Katrina welcomes you into her world, where seasonal ingredients, classic skills and sharing the end result with loved ones are paramount.
Amazing, fresh produce, green grass and cool, pristine waters. The High Country is the only place to picnic this Summer.
It’s nature’s most delicious sweet treat, one of the world’s oldest superfoods and can feature in every meal of the day. Rediscover honey in all its glorious forms this Winter with Greg Whitehead of Walkabout Apiaries.