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
Did you know about the hidden treasure at The Dickson Tradies? It’s known as The Canberra Wine House and it’s a gorgeous, intimate spot for a wine or three and a bite to eat. There’s a beautiful indoor area and an outdoor garden space so it’s suitable for all seasons and events. Continue reading Wine and cheese? Yes please!
Eat Canberra recently held our first foodie event with Canberra’s very own MasterChef, Trent Harvey. Guests arrived at The Truffle Farm, a stunning location near Mount Majura, and were treated to a three-course lunch and gift bags filled with goodies from local businesses. They were able to talk to Trent and find our about his MasterChef Australia experience and some lucky people even got to take home one of our great giveaways. Continue reading Eat Canberra’s first foodie event
Food festivals are a growing trend in Canberra and let’s face it, who doesn’t love a good food festival? From 9-18 December Canberrans will be able to indulge in a range of delicious food and beverages at The Commons Street Feast. Continue reading The Commons Street Feast is coming to Canberra