If you have ever wondered what lays hidden behind the doors of NSW Parliament House, now is your chance to find out. Why not pop in for a bevvy and a meal when the glass-walled dining rooms of Australia's oldest Parliament are opened to the public for a series of wine-pairing dinners. Partnering with some of the leading wineries from across NSW, these dinners will showcase the finest wine and produce our state has to offer, in a venue normally reserved for politicians, dignitaries and visiting royalty. Now that's pretty special.
The Strangers' Room has panoramic views over The Domain
You can meet award winning wine makers from across the state whilst enjoying a degustation menu on the following dates.
Dinner Schedule Saturday 15th July – with Brokenwood Winery, Hunter Valley Saturday 22nd July – with Shaw Vineyard Estate, Canberra Saturday 29th July – with Tertini Wines, Southern Highlands Saturday 30th September – with Carillion Vineyard, Orange Saturday 28th October – with Lerida Estate, Canberra
Saturday 2nd December – with Shaw Vineyard Estate, Canberra
Welcome drinks will be held in the iconic Fountain Court
Each evening starts off with welcome drinks at Parliament's iconic Fountain Court, before moving to the Strangers' Dining Rooms for dinner (with panoramic views over the Domain). Commencing at 6.30pm, tickets are $160 - $165pp and can be bought individually or as tables of 10. For enquiries on how to purchase tickets for these events please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website for further information.