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.
Hungry for more?
They’re small, green, can be used in flours, oils or munched on for a tasty snack. They’re worth up to $30,000 a pallet, referred to as ‘Green Gold’ and only one farm in Australia produces them … they’re pumpkin seeds! Feast High Country speaks to third generation pumpkin seed farmer Sharan Rivett on their truly holistic business.
Pair these knockout views with our finest produce, and you’re in for one memorable picnic experience.
Winter is a time for cuddling up by the fire, eating naughty food and general soppy romance. Treat your partner and do it in style in the High Country!
Summer is the perfect time to throw a rod in and get yourself hooked on this favourite High Country pastime.