WILD Food & Local Wine

Building on our successful Wild Native Feast in 2017 we have crafted a series of food and wine adventures in 2018 to tantalise any palate. As always, they showcase the best the region has to offer and we match these culinary creations with our stunning cool climate wines, boutique craft beers and unique distilled spirits.

Wild Native Feast is back – scroll down to book your place.

We are adding some new signature experiences including our Wilderness Fire Cooking Class Series (and yes you get to dine on a remote escarpment in total privacy as you ingest all you have created) and Wine Tasting Wildfest Style. More on that soon….

Follow the link to our Canoes, Champagne and Canapés experience that also returns in 2018. If you have not tried this, its the perfect combination of wildlife, great food and a journey through the wines of the region in one of the most beautiful parts of Morton National Park, the Sunken Forest at Yarrunga Creek.

CANOES, CHAMPAGNE & CANAPES

Wild Native FEAST Saturday 6 October 2018


A stand out success in 2017 we are delighted to confirm that our signature food event WILD Native Feast is back! A combination of award-wining local produce partnered with fresh foraged delights that have been crafted into a 7 course feast by resident Grand Bistro chef Damien Monley.

This dinner is included in the 3 Day Premium Glamping Package or can be booked as an individual event. Picture yourself under a full southern night sky miles from city lights sipping award winning wines and listening to soul stirring music.

Saturday 6th October 2017 from 5pm

Ticket price of $345 inc GST per person includes  (our early bird price of $295 is available if you book before 31st May 2018)

All food & beverages

Masquerade dress up provided

Transport from and return to pick locations in Berrima, Moss Vale, Burradoo and Bowral.

BOOK YOUR SEAT

As Head Chef and owner-operator of Bowral's stylish Grand Bistro, Damien has run the kitchen in Matt Moran's eponymous 2-hatted restaurant, London's internationally renowned Gastropub The White Horse on Parsons Green, the Brooklyn Hotel and has been owner-operator of two successful Sydney eateries, Madame Char Char at Surry Hills and Flat White Cafe, Woollahra.
Damien's a man passionate about nature, the provenance of the ingredients and produce he uses, his relationship with local suppliers, and a belief in the joy of eating honest, rustic food.

When he's not in the kitchen, he and his foodie wife and partner in business, Justine, are running around after their four young children. And his days now start a little differently to that of his boyhood when he followed his Mum, foraging for fresh ingredients to use in the kitchen of the family's restaurant in Wanaka, New Zealand. These days it starts with meditation, a calming way to focus his day and a practise that exemplifies his philosophy that connects nature and the earth to the idea that food is the perfect medium for bringing people together.

"I believe in a philosophy that connects nature and the earth to the idea that food is the perfect medium for bringing people together."