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Our favourites: Winery Restaurants

The Terrace, All Saints
All-Saints Winery
All Saints Road, Wahgunyah, Vic. 3687
Open daily for lunch Wednesday to Sunday and Saturday night for dinner.
Contact: (02) 6035 2209. Website

The Rutherglen wine region in NE Victoria is known for its wonderful fortifieds. A number of the wineries of the region have restaurants which not only showcase their wines, but also the local produce. Such place is All Saints winery at Wahgunyah, on the perimeter of the Rutherglen wine region. The Terrace à la carte restaurant is in a substantial tented annexe on the terrace, beside the winery cellar door. The Terrace overlooks a pond and manicured gardens and is a perfect setting for a fine meal. The food is well presented, tasty and good value for money and the location just perfect for a warm afternoon.
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Our favourites: Food On The Go
Great places we've found to stop for a snack or meal while travelling

Barney's Of Bookham
Barney's of Bookham
Fagran Drive, Bookham, NSW 2582.
Phone: (02) 6227 7220. Website

Midway between Sydney and Melbourne on the Hume Highway is a little village called Bookham. Noted for a huge collection of vintage farm machinery scattered around the surrounding fields, Bookham is home to Barney's, a great place to stop something a little different to the usual fare available at roadside diners. Their speciality dishes include a range of yummy pies, home-made cakes and gourmet burgers that are worth stopping for.

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