5 Reasons to Go To Lane Cove’s Food and Wine by the River – 3rd November 2019

Lane Cove - Food and Wine by the River - 06.11.2016 Photos by Fiora Sacco copyright reserved 2016

Lane Cove’s Food and Wine by the River is on Sunday 3 November, Tambourine Bay Reserve, Riverview.  This event is getting more and more popular this year and the good news is it will be easier to park with parking at St Ignatius College Riverview.

Soak up the sunshine with friends and family while enjoying some of the Orange region’s finest cool-climate wines – many of which will be new releases.

Now in its fifth year, the family-friendly event, part of Lane Cove Council’s annual Festival by the River, takes place at Tambourine Bay Reserve, Riverview, from 11am to 5pm.

Five Reasons

Reason 1 – Sample Award Winning Wines

Sample the best that NSW has to offer! Stallholders from Orange have won a swag of awards between them. Most recently Tamburlaine Organic Wines picked up three Trophies at the prestigious 2019 NSW Wine Awards, whilst Heifer Station Wines are finalists in the ‘Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries’ Category at the upcoming 2019 NSW Tourism Awards.

Reason 2 – Vineyards are located in Drought Affected Areas

Vineyards are farms too! Show your support for drought-affected regional vignerons and food producers by sampling their wares, and pick up some produce to take home and share with friends #buyfromthebush

Reason 3 – Sample Organic and Vegan Wines

3. Go guilt-free! Enjoy wines with a conscience by exploring the carbon-neutral, low preservative or preservative free, organic and vegan-friendly wines from Antonio’sTamburlaine Organic WinesDe Salis WinesRoss Hill Wines and See Saw Wine

Reason 4 – Meet Members of the Wiradjuri Nation

4. Meet members of the local Wiradjuri nation and discover Orange’s Indigenous heritage through the flavours and food of Gerald Power, from Indigenous Cultural Adventures

Reason 5 – Sample Some Great Food

5. Orange is about more than just wine! Craft beer brewer Pioneer Brewing Co will be there to fly the flag for anyone who’s cup of tea is not a glass of Chardonnay; whilst Greentrees Gourmet Preserves and Second Mouse Cheese Co will show you why the Orange region is considered Australia’s food bowl!


The bus will depart every 25-30 minutes from these designated stops.


– Cargo Road Wines

– Rowlee Wines

– Nashdale Lane Wines

– De Salis Wines

– Cumulus Vineyards

– Twisted River Wines

– See Saw Wine

– Tamburlaine Organic Wines

– Sweet Treats Connection

– Antonio’s Wines

– Pioneer Brewing Co

– Buffalo Vale Distillery

– Greentrees Gourmet Preserves

– Second Mouse Cheese Co

– Indigenous Cultural Adventures

– Four Frogs Creperie

– Alexander Roastery

– Fritz Wieners

– Gnocchi Gnocchi

– Oysters Unplugged

– NY Balls by Jimmy Liks

– Serendipity Ice Cream

– Sofrito Paella

Free Shuttle Bus

There will be a free shuttle bus running from the Lane Cove Library down to the event so you can leave the car at home.

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