Posted by The Events Editorial Team
09. Jun, 2012
|June 10, 2012|
It’s a long weekend, it might not rain, you should get out of dodge. And get a bite to eat.
Two hours or so east of Melbourne lies charming Loch, renowned for its antiquing and suspension bridge. For the past week Loch’s been celebrating its fifth annual Food and Wine Festival, and will turn the dial to 11 this Sunday for the gala event.
A bonza street festival will feature over 60 food and wine exhibitors from the local region, there’ll be a Citizens Band, cooking and food demos, and we’re betting some awesome home made jams. Wine tasting too.
Loch it in, Eddie.
WHEN: Sunday 10 June, 11am – 3pm
WHERE: Loch Village,
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