Pizza and wine in the sunshine is one of the ways you need to spend at least one of your days this summer. The perfect place to do just that is Four Winds Vineyard. An easy 35-minute drive from Canberra CBD will land you in amazing wine country, surrounded by some of the regions best wineries with Four Winds Vineyard being one of them. Continue reading Four Winds Vineyard: Pizza and wine in the sunshine
Have you been to Olleyville? It’s the restaurant at Murrumbateman’s premium family-owned winery, Shaw Vineyard Estate and it reopened in August. The restaurant is a short drive from Canberra and the menu has something for everyone. I took Mr Eat Canberras mum there for lunch on a Friday and we were very impressed. We agreed that it would be a great location for lunch or dinner with the rest of the family. Continue reading Lunch at Olleyville
Japan has captured the hearts of many travellers for many reasons. There are so many things to love about the diverse country that’s known for its sumo wrestlers, high-speed trains, cherry blossoms and amazing food. You can find fresh, flavoursome food around every corner, beautiful scenery, culture and friendly people. There are also lots of very unique and quirky experiences on offer…. Continue reading A must do experience in Japan
One of Sydney’s most iconic eateries, The Grounds of Alexandria is a foodie’s wonderland. Since its opening in 2012, The Grounds went from one of Sydney’s best kept secrets, to a must must visit destination. I have gone out of my way to go every time I’m in Sydney since I first heard about it in 2014. While maintaining its original charm, detail and level of care, The Grounds has grown exponentially in size, visitors and sites. I visited recently and I knew it was time to share my experience with you. Continue reading The Grounds of Alexandria – a magical day out
There are many things that I love about Canberra, including its proximity to major cities, beaches, the bushland, picturesque mountains and gorgeous landscapes. Within 20 mins your can find yourself in New South Wales and within several hours you can even find yourself in Victoria.
Eat Canberra was invited to the Tastes of Rutherglen Food & Wine Festival in March so we hit the road and sampled some of the delicious food and wine on offer at some of the many amazing wineries in the region. It’s Aussie Wine Month this month so we thought that now would be the perfect time to share our experience with you. Continue reading Explore Rutherglen: Tastes of Rutherglen Food & Wine Festival
Hi! I’m Amelia, Editor and Founder of Eat Canberra! I don’t post many photos of myself but I thought I would take a minute to tell you a little bit about me, Eat Canberra and some of our plans for the future. Continue reading Meet Eat Canberra’s Editor