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If you were given the task of describing the taste of Victoria, you'd be best to start your research at one of the state's many and varied food and wine events. Toast the vintages at parties in Victoria's distinct wine regions and get tips on matching wines to the state's fresh produce from superstar chefs cooking at award-winning regional restaurants. Victoria's fresh produce arguably tastes better when eaten outside and accompanied by live music and good friends – picking your own food or learning how to cook it are definitely bonuses.
Treat your tastebuds to a world tour, enjoy live entertainment, and be inspired by local design and produce. Every Wednesday night this summer.
Seafood lovers take note! Mark Saturday 22 February 2014 in your diary and grab your family, friends and picnic rug and head on down to Victoria's...
Celebrate the harvest and experience Victoria's best fresh produce and more at Hanging Rock - Australia's most famous picnic spot.
Raise a toast to regional producers and savour a meal and a glass of wine at delicious food festival events, including the World's Longest Lunch.
Over two weekends in March Rutherglen hosts the ultimate gourmand's party as leading regional chefs and Winemakers partner together to present a...
Daylesford Macedon Produce Harvest Week Festival is a celebration of the harvest, dating back to the time when the success of the crops dictated the...
High Street, Mansfield will come alive. Enjoy the vast range of quality regional wines, food and produce. Meet the makers at the annual Upper...
Founded in 1991, the Grampians Grape Escape is regional Victoria's premier food and wine Festival, held during the first weekend of May every year at...
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15 - 16 March 2014
Integrating displays and stalls, the Herb & Chilli Festival is a ‘must do’ activity while in the Yarra Valley. Learn more about how different herbs...
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15 Mar 2014
From $120 - $120
Indulge the senses in a twilight picnic beside Qdos Arts pond in the rainforest behind Lorne. Gourmet picnic box, fizz, performing arts and jump on...
16 Mar 2014
From $20 - $20
Don on your best fishing waders and come to Squiffy Island with your rod and bait to cast a line out for rainbow trout as part of the Melbourne Wine...
From $15 - $15
An inspired walk through the Dog Rocks Degraves Road Vineyard with the winemaker as part of the Melbourne Wine and Food Festival 2014. See their...
22 Mar 2014
From $112 - $112
Experience the glitter and glamour of Bollywood at Puffing Billy. Savour traditional Indian cuisine as you enjoy the colourful costumes and energetic...
Bollywood comes to the Dandenong Ranges aboard Puffing Billy Railway! Enjoy traditional Indian cuisine, bright costumes and talented performers, as...
25 Apr - 4 May 2014
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The Upper Goulburn region's best in food and wine will be on show Mansfield Long Lunch to be held on Sunday 27 April at the Mansfield Showground Ed...
3 - 4 May 2014
Two nights' accommodation, full country breakfast daily, a woodfired pizza dinner for two, wine tasting and late checkout at Grange Cleveland Estate.
Thanks to visitvineyards.com, RACV members can save between 10 and 20 per cent off wine, beer and cider purchases and dining experiences.
Stay two nights in a self contained cottage at Gisborne Peak Winery. Included is a tasting platter for two on arrival, a bottle of estate grown wine and breakfast.
Lead a double life in Daylesford, a village dedicated to wellbeing in the heart of Victoria's spa country just a stone's throw from Melbourne.
Your Macedon Ranges food and wine adventure isn't complete without a visit to Kyneton a gourmet village that punches well above its weight.
Get your foodie fix in Healesville, a regional food and wine hub, before visiting cellar doors or experiencing wildlife at Healesville Sanctuary.
Perch yourself high above Melbourne and surrounds and observe the striking seasons in the beautiful public and private gardens of Olinda.
Wander past elaborate façades built during the nineteenth century gold rush and see why Yackandandah has been classified by the National Trust.
Discover the taste of history with a fresh palate in Rutherglen, a historic wine growing area invigorated by a crop of young winemakers.
See Bright in its autumnal splendour, and make the most of nearby snowfields, national parks and exceptional home-grown food and wine.
Experience Beechworth's burgeoning food and wine scene, and take the time to discover the town's rich gold rush history and Ned Kelly connections.
Uncover history in every corner of this charming fishing village at the end of the Great Ocean Road with tree-lined streets and heritage buildings.
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