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29 Toora Road, Foster
Organic vineyard, traditional, low intervention
Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay.
OPEN WEEKENDS 10AM - 5PM
85 Wintles Road, Leongatha South, 3953
Drop in for wine tastings, relax inside or out, and enjoy
the tranquil views with a glass of wine & local produce
Open 11am - 5pm over the Easter weekend
WOOD FIRED PIZZAS Easter Saturday and Sunday
LIVE MUSIC Easter Saturday
612 Korumburra Inverloch Road, Wattle Bank (C441)
(only a few minutes from Inverloch, Wonthaggi & Kongwak)
Ph. 5611 3857 www.harmanwines.com.au
0407 805 253
Delivering organic beef, lamb, chicken &
pork to South Gippsland every Monday
Southern Gippsland FOODMAP
Come see us at the
Market, the Churchill
Mulgrave and Traralgon
Farmers Markets or
buy at the door
Chris and Anne Marie
Cultivated white and brown mushrooms
grown in controlled conditions
tel: 0409 433 057
PROOF TO SOMMER
BOOKINGS 5658 1163 |www.djintadjinta.com.au
Restaurant open Sat/Sun 12noon-3.30pm Saturday evenings 6pm
Sat/Sun Cellar Door 12noon-5pm (free tastings). Other days by app.
WEDDINGS – CELEBRATIONS – CORPORATE
10 Stevens Road, KARDELLA SOUTH
deVine Restaurant is located at the djinta djinta Winery, 10 Stevens
Road, Kardella South, in between the two townships of
Korumburra and Leongatha. It is a leisurely 1.5hr drive from
Melbourne, just a minute off the South Gippsland Hwy. The djinta
djinta Estate has been featured in the “The Age Good Food Guide”,
TV's “Postcards” and earlier this year on “Coxy's Big Break”.
We warmly welcome you to enjoy our deVine Restaurant fresh and
seasonal Menus, Cellar Door Platters and Award Winning
handcrafted Wines. Relax inside the Restaurant or on our wide
open balcony, whilst sipping on a glass of djinta djinta Wine and
enjoying our Chef's special of the Day and soaking in the
panoramic views of the Vineyard and the Strzelecki Ranges.
Our Annual Music @ the Vines, in earmarked for Saturday 16th
March '14. This is a Free entry, Family friendly, Special Event not to
be missed. Live Entertainment, fabulous food, lots of fun and a
very enjoyable day out. The deVine Restaurant also hosts our
themed Opera Series, with next year's shows on Saturday, March
15, June 28 and October 4.
Whether it be a Corporate Event, Wedding or a Special
Celebration, functions are “Tailor-Made” to suit.
Come and celebrate our “Grand Cellar Door Opening and
Naming” on Saturday 9th Nov '13. Family friendly, Wine and
Cheese Night, with Cellar Door Platters also available. With Live
Music and Entertainment, we are excited to announce that even
the Leongatha Medieval Society will be performing a combat
display. It will be a fun night, so came and enjoy....we look forward
to seeing you!
Number of other ‘Food Map’
sites to visit in this area
VISITORS to South Gippsland
and Bass Coast hinterland
are discovering that South
Gippsland is not just a dairying
The region’s rich agricultural
industry is diversifying all the
Gippsland farmers are now
growing truffles, mushrooms,
olives, berries, herbs, saffron,
niche meat and dairy products,
fruits and vegetables. It’s Austra-
And then, of course, is the
wine, that complements the en-
Our local farmers and wine-
makers are not just growing the
best produce; they’re winning
awards and supplying the finest
restaurants, locally, in the city,
and even abroad.
The Southern Gippsland Food-
map website and app shows
where it’s grown, and where you
can get it, either directly from
the producer, or plated up in a
It’s a way farmers can show
customers and tourists who they
are, where they’re located, and
what they do.
The map-based website and
mobile app were first launched
in 2013 to provide details about
South Gippsland and Bass
Coast’s finest fare.
It is constantly being updated
with more information.
The Foodmap is not only for
tourists, but is also a great way
for producers to connect with
restaurants and vice versa.
The map pin-points the exact
location of the producer, and
provides contact details, the
products available, and where
they are sold.
Video, Twitter feeds, and pho-
tos are also incorporated.
The Foodmap was developed
by the South Gippsland and
Bass Coast shire councils in
partnership with individual pro-
ducers, the Local Food Network
South Gippsland, Gippsland Cli-
mate Change Network and South
Coast Primary Care Partnership.
Many of the featured business-
es are small, but their growing
synergy is making an impact.
The Foodmap helps overcome
their isolation, improves com-
munity networking, empowers
them to form marketing alli-
ances and take action on local
South Gippsland is Australia’s Tuscany
It also highlights the op-
portunities for value adding
businesses to see what local
products they can access for
new and existing initiatives.
The opportunities to access
new markets through envi-
ronmental and food tourism
are greatly enhanced by this
The Foodmap might be just
the motivation for people in-
terested in food production to
take the next step.
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