The Taste Riverina Festival offers up a bevy of long lunches this October. 

Each week-day in Griffith a fusion of regionality awaits, with O'Donnell's Cafe and Riverina Grove teaming the region's finest ingredients to bring you daily lunch specials.  

The collaborations continue with a Farmer's Feast each Sunday (and Friday 13th) at 'Hazeldean' in Quandary via Ariah Park. The fifth generation family farm will throw open their doors with guided tours of the Pioneers Cottage and a ploughman's lunch featuring Tumut Apple Shed, Bush Goddess Paddock Pork and Codemo SmallGoods among others.  

Lunch while experiencing the language and places of Aboriginal significance with Bundyi Cultural Tours run by Mark Saddler, proud Wiradjuri man. Starting Monday 2nd October and then each Sunday, visit Kengal (The Rock Hill), taste bush tucker and enjoy a BBQ lunch with kangaroo sausages. 

A Sunday dining experience not to be missed is the Long Lunch at the Piccolo Farm, set amongst their working citrus farm and surrounded by gardens and the many fresh ingredients Chef Luke Piccolo, of Limone Dining, uses daily. The lunch is to be held on 22nd October and will feature local food and beverages. 

Quench your thirst and take part in the ultimate liquid lunch with Temora's Heritage Pub Crawl. Held the last Saturday in October, this guided pub crawl is like no other. 

The Snowy Valleys long table lunch - Our Table A Taste of Our Region - is already sold out! The perfect example of how popular Taste Riverina events have become.

So this October make your way through the Taste Riverina Festival's regional long lunches. Plan your month now by visiting tasteriverina.com.au

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