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Magazines : Breakaway Autumn 2011
Highlights of the Otway Harvest Trail include the Forrest Brewery Company, Martians Cafe, below left, and Otway Estate, below right. Main photo: NEAL LATTO FOOD& SPECIAL GUIDE W INE THE Geelong Otway region is bursting with flavour and autumn is a great time of year to explore the best on offer. Go town-hopping on The Bellarine to try mussels in Portarlington, olives in Murradoc and cheese in Drysdale. Take a drive through the Otways, making sure you look out for roadside stalls called farm gates that sell produce grown no further away than at the other end of the driveway. Or explore what’s on offer when you turn off the highway and drive into the Moorabool Valley wine region. To help you decide where to go, we’ve put together a six-page special on food and drink that covers everything from wine in the Moorabool Valley, mussels on The Bellarine and berries in the Otways. And watch out for tips from the people who know the regions the best – the locals. To make sure you’re getting the best advice, we’ve gone to local residents in each area and asked them to tell us where they like to go and where they find themselves taking visitors. There are maps, contact details and lists of wineries, provadores, brewers, producers, food, accommodation and tours. So what are you waiting for? Let your taste buds lead the way and discover just how delicious the Geelong Otway region can be. INFO winegeelong.com.au mooraboolvalley.com.au otwayharvesttrail.org.au thebellarinetastetrail.com.au Photo: Visions of Victoria. 4 I geelongadvertiser.com.au
Breakaway Summer 2010
Our Place - Geelong Region Magazine 2011