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BirregurraHome to one of Australia's most celebrated dining experiences, Birreguarra offers up great hospitality, historical charm and a paddock to plate philosophy.
Surrounded by the beautiful Great Otway National Park, the Great Ocean Road and the Bellarine Wine Region - this historic town is packed full of country charm and foodie delights. Picture fresh farmgate produce, wineries and breweries and restaurants that celebrate regionality and seasonality, including Brae one of Australia's most loved dining experiences.
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Dine and stay at Brae
Set on a hillside in Birregurra, Victoria, Brae is a contemporary restaurant and six luxury guest suites, on a working organic farm – a place to be immersed in nature and eat from the land. An ever-changing set menu incorporates produce from Brae Farm, the surrounding land, and local, ethical producers to showcase a uniquely Australian cuisine built around an immense respect for nature and seasonality. Organic principles are employed at Brae Farm to produce seasonal vegetables, fruits, nuts, berries, olives, and wheat grain. Chickens provide free-range eggs, while bees produce honey and assist with pollination. The property and its food production, which forms the focus of the daily menu, is designed for guests to explore, with walking paths and signage assisting to reconnect visitors to their food and the place it comes from. Six spacious, eco-friendly guest suites reflect Brae’s natural surrounds. Each suite features a king bed, organic cotton bed linen, star-gazing skylight, Melbourne-made Tait outdoor furniture and Jardan sofas, Thorens turntable and record collection, cocktail bar, temperature-controlled wine fridge, underfloor heating, bath with views to the rolling hills of The Otways and private outdoor areas.
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