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CBR Canberra Region

The newly formed Canberra Region includes the entire southern region of NSW, offering a dynamic and diverse range of country, running from the alpine, through the tablelands and down to the coast. There are few other places in the world where you can spend the morning skiing in the mountains and dine on oysters by the ocean in the evening.
The food and wine possibilities are exciting - beef, lamb and truffles from the tablelands, dairy and cheese from the coast, oysters and seafood from the coast, and of course, world class Canberra District wines!.
We're celebrating the food and wine of the Region, and we're keen to share with you some of our favourite things to see and do



Bella Vista Italian Restaurant

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Tuesday, 03 November 2015

Bella Vista is a classic, modern Italian restaurant that's been serving a very loyal customer base on the shores of Lake Ginninderra for over 20 years. It's a beautiful place for lunch or dinner, with a great wine list at reasonable prices. On the seasonal menu you'll find some classic Italian grills and pastas, along with delicious seafood entrees and mains. Well worth a visit.  

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 November 2015 )
 

EPIC Markets

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Saturday, 24 October 2015

For local foodies, the Capital Region Farmers Market ("EPIC Markets") are a Saturday morning ritual, and deliciously demonstrate the beautiful array of food available across the broader Canberra Region, You'll find fantastically fresh, seasonal fruit and veg, seafood from the coast, cheeses, direct from the farm meats and locally made smallgoods, breads, cakes, biscuits.... the list goes on. Strict rules for stall holders maintain the authenticity of these farmer's markets.
Have a coffee from a local roaster, or enjoy breakfast fare from around the world. Put together a picnic and visit a local winery - your most welcome on the lawn at Yarrh!

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 November 2015 )
 

Yass and Murrumbateman Markets

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Saturday, 24 October 2015

These markets are a little smaller than EPIC, but with more of a country town feel about them. Every month they grow, with new and interesting produce emerging from creative and energetic locals. Seasonal produce as well as locally made arts and crafts feature.
Held in alternating villages on Saturday mornings.
http://www.mvmarket.com
http://www.yassvalley.com.au/events/yass-farmers-market.aspx

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 November 2015 )