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Cork & Fork Fest

When:
Fri 24 Nov 2017
Cost:
FREE
Details:
Hosted by Borambola Wines, Cork & Fork Fest is a free community event held outdoors at the Wagga Wagga Civic Precinct.

Everyone is welcome - families, couples, singles, locals and visitors. Guests have the option to choose from a variety of delicious, locally-sourced food options, while taking in the sounds of local musicians.

The bar is serviced by Borambola Wines, supplying their full range of 100% estate-grown wines, Tuckerbox hoppy lager beer or premium apple cider.

- BYO picnic blanket or chair
- BYO food or drinks is NOT permitted
- EFTPOS available at bar
- Cash out available (with a $2 surcharge)
- Gluten free, vegetarian and child options available
- Dogs allowed on a lead & away from the food area

Food options include Pizza, Lebonese, Paella, Modern Australian, Italian, Confectionery, Malaysian, Syrian, Smoked Meats AND MORE!

We have teamed up with Groove Factorie to bring you amazing entertainment - check out our Facebook page to stay up to date with all Cork and Fork news and event updates.
Location:
Wagga Civic Precinct
Burns Way, Wagga Wagga
Contact:
Tim McMullen on
  0404 084 657

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