Country chic aesthetic meets artisanal pizzas and wine at Rutherglen's Wine Region's newest eatery. Opened this week, Bonnie is a casual dining venue at All Saints Estate. Offering traditional wood-fired pizzas, Bonnie celebrates local and estate-grown produce on the site of Indigo Food Co. It is the latest addition to the Eliza, Nick and Angela Brown's wine and food-focused family business that showcases the best of the Rutherglen region, including All Saints Estate, Terrace Restaurant, St Leonards Vineyard, Mount Ophir Estate and Thousand Pound Wine Bar. Bonnie is open for lunch Tuesday through Sunday and for dinner Thursday through Sunday. It seats 60 guests indoors and 70 outdoors.
Yackandandah Lions Club Market, Sunday, January 16, 9am to 1pm
Yackandandah Lions Club Market returns this weekend. Browse stalls in a stunning setting. Think plants, soap, jewellery, pottery and upcycled items. QR code check-in required for entry.
Buller Wines Queenscliff Art Prize Launch, Saturday, January 15, 12.30pm to 3.30pm
Unleash you inner artist at Buller Wines this weekend. Brought to you by the team @platterandpalette, join them on Saturday for an exclusive painting event among curated artworks from the Queenscliff Art Prize 2022. Everyone will create an acrylic artwork and be guided through every step of the process.The event includes drinks on arrival, nibbles and your own masterpiece to take home! Aprons will be provided. Bookings: platterandpalette.com.au/public-events/
On The Border Community Market, Junction Square, Wodonga, Saturday, January 15, 8am to noon
Held over from last weekend amid flash flooding and thunderstorms, On The Border Community Market will now run in Wodonga this weekend. Think delicious food and coffee, live music and beautiful hand-crafted items.
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Albury Wodonga Farmers' Market, Gateway Village, Wodonga, Saturday, January 15, 8am to noon
Stock up on fresh produce and pantry staples. There will be fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs, tomatoes, honey, free-range pork, lamb, kimchi, artisan cheese, bread and pastries, locally-roasted coffee beans, smallgoods and smoked meats.
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