Albury restaurant The River Deck offers its first long lunch at Noreuil Park this spring

FRESH APPROACH: The River Deck head chef Ludo Baulacky will create a four-course menu for the Albury eatery's first long lunch at Noreuil Park this spring.
FRESH APPROACH: The River Deck head chef Ludo Baulacky will create a four-course menu for the Albury eatery's first long lunch at Noreuil Park this spring.

TWELVE months since The River Deck was stranded by floodwaters it is using its backyard to help others.

The Albury eatery will offer its first long lunch in Noreuil Park on October 13 to raise money for the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund.

River Deck head chef Ludo Baulacky will create a four-course lunch to be served on the riverbank under the trees.

Chrismont Wines will be matched to each course, following a glass of bubbles in a keepsake glass.

The River Deck owner Alex Smit said they wanted to showcase one of Albury’s great spots and make the most of what was on offer in the region.

“I look forward to enjoying a glass of Chrismont wine under the magnificent trees,” he said.

The lunch starts at noon.

A portion of ticket sales will support the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund.

For bookings phone (02) 6023 5980 or functions@riverdeckcafe.com.au.