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Family-Friendly Events at Barossa Gourmet Weekend 2017

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Celebrating authentic regional food
Barossa Gourmet Weekend
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The program is out and truly there are a number of family-friendly events waiting for you at this year's Barossa Gourmet Weekend from the 1st to the 3rd of September 2017. All events are ticketed and can be pre-purchased online via their website.

Start the weekend with a two-course American bbq dinner at Kellermeister in Lyndoch on Friday. Its selection includes spiced buffalo wings, bbq pork ribs, pulled pork and slow-cooked brisket. Tickets from $44.50.

Then, on Saturday, it is bright and early at the Barossa Farmers Market in Angaston where you can enjoy a gourmet breakfast. There are three sessions to choose from - either 8.30am, 9.30am or 10.30am. Tickets from $33.50.

And, Sunday of course is Father's Day, so why not treat dad to a gourmet breakfast of eggs on sourdough with chorizo, bacon, tomatoes, field mushrooms and hash brown at Jacob's Creek in Rowland Flat. Your dad will also receive a small gift. After breakfast, you and your dad can have a go at a game of jumbo tennis or one of the other lawn games. Choose either the 9am or 9.30am session. Tickets from $20.

Or, if your dad is an Adelaide Crows fan then breakfast with Darren Jarman over a big-screen replay of the 1997 grand final might be the way to go instead. Seppeltsfield is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the premiership win in style. And there will also be a kicking target competition for those who are interested. Tickets from $42.50.

For lunch, spoil dad with a two-course feast at Saltram Wine Estate in Angaston. Tickets from $58.50 and your dad will get a complimentary Pepperjack Ale on arrival.

Finally, why not consider the Forage sustainable music festival at Almond Hill Estate in Tanunda. Tickets from $53.50.
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Why? To celebrate authentic regional food
When: 1 - 3 September 2017
Where: Various locations
Cost: Various prices
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