Not long to go now until our festival weekend in June and if you are looking for something to do this Sunday we have the Loch Farmer's Market down in Sunnyside Park. Lots of yummy and fresh food !
Loch Village Food & Wine Festival
1 June - 10 June 2013
For the sixth Queen’s Birthday weekend running, picturesque Loch Village will come alive with smells, sights and sounds to showcase more than 60 local food and wine exhibitors.Children’s activities include animal enclosure, cake decorating, food production demonstrations, South Gippsland Tourist Railway and musical entertainment all day.
The line-up this year boasts the diversity to guarantee something for all tastes. Grown-up foodies will enjoy exploring the range of artisanal olives and olive oils, award-winning cheeses, sauces, preserves and breads—not to mention the fantastic array of local wineries on hand in the tasting hall—while plenty of crowd-pleasing favourites like home-made ice-cream, mini-donuts, liquorice and Dutch pancakes will make sure the kids have something to get excited about too.
For those with a more inquisitive streak, highlights of the festival demonstration program include What to do with Potatoes by Val Murphy, and a cooking appearance by Vasili Kanidiadis, star host of popular SBS program, Vasili’s Garden.Main event day is Sunday 9th June
Parking on the day is free and admission is $10 per adult.
Present your valid V/Line ticket on Sunday 9 June at the Information Stand adjacent to the Gilded Lily Restaurant Bar in Victora Road, Loch to receive a complimentary drink valued at $3.50.
Phone number :0412 852 619
Getting thereLoch is located in South Gippsland, about three hours travel from Melbourne's Southern Cross Station by bus. Use V/lines Plan Your journey tool to check travel times and routes.
If you’re travelling from a metropolitan station, you’ll also get free travel on trams, trains and buses. For more information visit the V/Line website .