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A Picnic On The Peninsula Is ComingMar 24, 2017


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Grab your picnic blanket and get ready for an afternoon of sun, music, wine and food on the Peninsula.

The Peninsula Picnic will take over the beautiful grounds of the Mornington Peninsula racecourse on April 1st for a day long event, hosted by the very best restaurants and wineries the beautiful region has to offer.

Indulge on fresh, locally grown produce showcased by the finest, hand picked restaurants such as Max’s Red Hill Estate, Doc Mornington, Stables Smokehouse and many more.. These legends of the game are getting together with wineries like Montalto Winery and Prancing Horse for a union of food and wine that is sure to soothe the soul.

The day’s entertainment will be provided by some of Australia’s best acts, headlined by the Cat Empire, supported by Bob Evans (Jebidiah) , All Our Exes Live in Texas and up-and-comers Nyck and Harrison Storm.

This is a family friendly event, so bring the kids as there are plenty of stalls and activities to check out during the festival.

Gates open at 11.30am so head down early and don’t waste a minute of this amazing day. Breathe in the fresh country air and let the professionals keep your tummy and hearts full.

*Check out last years video to help get you in the mood!*

Buy your tickets here. 

For the full line up of the event and for more information click here. 

 

By Indah Da Silva. 


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