If you’re looking for the ultimate regional escape or family day out – this is it.
The Mornington Peninsula’s most extensive food, wine and music gathering is returning March Sunday 20, with a bigger line-up, a larger site, and even more great gourmet restaurants, decadent wineries, fresh local produce and quality artisan wares.
Roll out your picnic rug and relax to the sweet sounds of Missy Higgins, Powderfinger’s Darren Middleton, Timberwolf, Ruby Whiting and Kim Churchill, whilst discovering the best food, wine and produce from Peninsula favourites.
With a laid-back country harvest atmosphere, The Peninsula Picnic takes place over one unique day in the leafy and sea-salted surrounds of Mornington Racecourse, and is the recipe for that perfect regional escape or family day out.
With local food, wine and produce merchants selling out of many products at the first Peninsula Picnic, they’ve been lining up to return in 2016.
Montalto, Terminus at The Flinders Hotel, The Long Table, Dee’s Kitchen, Max’s at Red Hill Estate and D.O.C Mornington will serve picnickers delicious treats from fresh, local and seasonal produce as well as Melbourne’s finest in Pope Joan and Ian Curley.
New food additions for the 2016 event include The Green Olive, Cook and Norman Trattoria, Merricks General Wine Store and Paringa Estate.
The inaugural Peninsula Picnic sold out in 2015, and with a bigger line-up in 2016 make sure you get your tickets early via www.peninsulapicnic.com.au
The Peninsula Picnic
Sunday March 20