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Regatta Fair

By George Hadgelias

From July 28–30, Regatta Hotel will welcome a crowd into the bustling loading zone for the annual Regatta Fair. Resembling a country cornucopia, the laneway will be lined with hay bales, fairy lights and a smorgasbord of culinary goodness.

This annual event showcases a flourish of different wines, beers, ciders and sparkling, including Asahi, Good Island, Rekorderlig, Pressman’s Cider, Yend, Brini and more. A pop- up Moet Bar offers the perfect opportunity to cheers the weekend, while Chambord will treat guests to a fruity, Pineapple Punch, served from the Secret Garden Bar.

Indulge in a mix of flavoursome food stalls, including wood fired pizza, loaded chips, seasoned calamari, freshly chucked oysters and more. Finish on a sweeter note with Honey Puff Cream Sundae.

As for the entertainment, ladies will enjoy hair and makeup touch-ups from the Stefan Pop-Up Glam Station, while gents can visit the Original Sailor Jerry Pop-Up Barbershop for a trim. Other excitement includes a fashion illustrator and live music throughout the weekend.

With free entry, gusts will purchase food and beverage tokens to taste test the flavours of the festival. One token equals $9, granting each guest one portion of food available or one beverage.

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