New Years Resolution: Eat, Drink, Celebrate
New Year’s Resolutions can be overwhelming! Instead of setting hard to achievable goals, simply think about enjoying 2019 and everything will fall into place.
Make 2019 the year of you! Live to the fullest and make time for friends and family.
When in South Australia, visit Jacob’s Creek restaurant for an ultimate dining experience. The menu offers a 4-course menu to choose from for $95pp. They offer a personalised menu for you to choose from. Come in and taste the fresh and seasonal produce from their own gardens, waters and farmers. The restaurant is ideal for a drink or a sit-down shared meal with a group so come in to enjoy great food with stunning views.
Western Australia’s The Shorehouse, is a beachside eatery with stunning views of Swanbourne Beach. Open seven days a week, the restaurant offers Modern Australian cuisine to enjoy with a partner or family and friends. The dining menu looks exciting with plenty of fresh and local options to choose from such as the Jospered tiger prawns, mango & cucumber salsa, chilli, burnt lemon and the Goat’s curd cheesecake, pistachio, honeycomb, pear frozen yoghurt. This restaurant is a must-try this summer.
Tasmania’s Peppermint Bay Hotel is another exquisite dining experience! Located 35 minutes South of Hobart, the drive will offer spectacular views of the countryside. The restaurant is based in an architecturally spectacular building which overlooks greenery. Seasonal menus and local Tasmanian wines are offered to embrace local produce.
Get your hands on a Gourmet Traveller gift card and start 2019 with a bang!
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