Taste Trail Open Day Ticket

Until Friday 27th of January 2023

The Taste Trail Open Days creates a unique window for you to experience this delicious bounty straight from the makers, growers and producers offering special discounts: ... read more.

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4 Bank Street, Port Fairy, VIC, 3284
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Upcoming Dates

Fri Jan 27th

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The Taste Trail Open Days creates a unique window for you to experience this delicious bounty straight from the makers, growers and producers offering special discounts: . Collect your taste card, trail map and tote bag from the Port Fairy Visitor information Centre.

Clarke’s Café, Mortlake – 7:30am-3pm
Event ticket special: $5 pies

Childers Cove Cheese, Mepunga – 11am – 4pm
Event ticket special: Cheese at wholesale price and free tastings

Cheese World, Allansford – 10am-3pm

Noodledoof Brewing & Distilling Co., Koroit – 10am-9pm
Event ticket special: 10% off takeaway

Volcanic Produce, Illowa (near Tower Hill) – 10am – 4pm
Event ticket special: $9 off pick your own strawberries (usually $10)

Basalt Winery, Killarney – 10.30am-5pm
Event ticket special: free tastings

Mitch’s Preserves, Killarney – 10am – 4pm
Event ticket special: free tastings

The Wharf, Port Fairy – 11am-2pm and 5pm-8.30pm
Event ticket special: special – fish ‘n’ chip with a glass of wine for $30 (usually $45)

Audley and Hall, Port Fairy – 9am-4pm

Suffoir Winery, Brewery and Distillery, 11am-5pm,
Event ticket special: Giant puzzle kids activity Free tastings and Picnic in the Vines at the discounted rate of $120 (usually $150).

$10 Tickets available from the Port Fairy Visitor Information Centre and include:
– a stylish tote bag
– a trail map
– suggested itineraries
– a stamp card

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Port Fairy

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