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04/05/2020
Barmah Park Restaurant & Cellar Door

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Barmah Park Restaurant & Cellar Door is back in the kitchen to help you celebrate Mother’s Day, and this year the team are offering our mums a special home dining experience.

Just select your entrée and main, and they will prepare the meal so all you have to do is follow the simple instructions to heat and serve.At just $55 per person, it’s the perfect thank you gift for Mum, and pick-up or local delivery is available. Check out the full menu on Facebook, but make sure you get your order in by Wednesday, May 6.

And while you’re in the mood to celebrate, remember Barmah Park’s cellar door is open from 11am-5pm daily for wine sales, and free local delivery can be arranged. View the great selection of wine packs on Facebook, and top up your wine cellar in time to toast Mum. Cheers!

9945 Moorooduc Highway, Moorooduc
5978 804
www.barmahparkwines.com.au
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