Ross Bicentenary Bush Feast
Starts on Sat, May 08, 2021 06:00 AM (UTC)
About This Event
Come and join us for a celebration of Midlands bush culture to commemorate the Bicentenary of the naming of Ross.
Wood-fired cooking by Grazing Tasmania. Grazing Tasmania's menu will a range of locally sourced meat slow-cooked over hot coals and fire. A variety of sides will be available.
4 - 6 pm Grazing Boxes will be available to purchase and enjoy by the fire with a view of the Macquarie River and the Ross Bridge.
6 - 9 pm Various offerings of wood-fired dishes and sides will be available for purchase in individual and shared plate sizes.
A range of beer, cider, wine and non-alcholic drinks will be available for purchase from 4pm - 10 pm.
Live music will be provided from 6 - 10 pm with a bush dance.
Ticket price includes entry and entertainment.
Location is at the base of the Ross Bridge on Roseneath by the Macquarie River. Signage and directions will be up to direct you to parking and access.
Please bring a chair, picnic blanket, torch. Rug up as it may be a cool evening and please wear practical shoes. Boots preferred, no heels!
Bad weather plan: Should it prove to be a bad weather day with rain and/or high winds the event will be postponed to a later date. If you are not available to attend rescheduled date your tickets will be refunded.