Water MasterClass

Published on 15 October 2013

Photo: Sea Bounty oysters (Image: Roberto Seba, Tourism Victoria)

For the first time the Festival’s ultimate outdoor experience, Water MasterClass, is moving out to regional Victoria.

Fifty guests will be transported to the Bellarine Peninsula for an exclusive and progressive MasterClass experience with some of the globe’s most inspiring chefs, Peter Gilmore (Quay, Sydney), the UK’s Michelin-starred Nathan Outlaw (Nathan Outlaw Restaurant, Cornwall), and Aaron Turner, former owner and chef at Drysdale’s Loam restaurant, returning to Australia from America especially for the event.

Join local seafood farmer Lance Wiffen (Sea Bounty, Portarlington) for hands-on mussel and oyster demonstrations, then try your hand at fly fishing and discover how to smoke fish. The day culminates in an unforgettable four-course water-inspired menu matched to wines at Campbell Point House overlooking Lake Connewarre.

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Water MasterClass, 15 March, Campbell Point House, Leopold.

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