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AFL Grand Final at Riverland Bar

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by Sue Stevenson (subscribe)
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Hawks take on Freo - come watch on the outdoor screen
If you haven't managed to get tickets to the AFL Grand Final to see Hawthorn defeat Fremantle Hawthorn and Fremantle compete for the 2013 flag, Riverland Bar at Federation Square will be showing the game from their undercover heated outdoor deck.

A measly 20 bucks will get you a meal from the Footy Classics menu along with a pint of Carlton Draught or a glass of house wine. The menu choices are a burger with onion rings; porterhouse steak with chips and salad or fish and chips.

Guess the winning margin in the Grand Final and you will go into the draw to win up to $500 in Riverland vouchers. (You can also like Riverland on Facebook to go into the draw). The winner will be randomly drawn at half time and win a $150 voucher. If your winning margin guess is spot-on, you will receive another $175 voucher, and if you're at Riverland in person, you will receive an additional $175 voucher. (Entries will be entered into Riverland's database, but you can opt out at any time).

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Image (c) Riverland Bar
Riverland Bar is on the banks of the Yarra River at the Federation Wharf vaults, on the edges of Federation Square. A beautiful bluestone building, the vaults were built in 1889 and played a major part in Melbourne's waterfront history. Riverland opened its doors in 2006.
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Why? The biggest footy day of the year
When: Saturday, September 28 2013
Phone: 03) 9662 1771
Where: Vaults 1-9, Federation Wharf (under Princes Bridge), Melbourne
Cost: Free or $20 for a meal and drink
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