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3 activities for Sunday after Handpicked Festival

So you’re heading to Langhorne Creek for Handpicked Festival on November 12. You’ve booked your tickets, your mates are good to go, and you’ve decided to pull up a patch of grass in the festival’s Tent City and stay for the night. But what are you going to do on Sunday after a big night at one of the best music festivals in the state? … Well, we have three of the best things to do in Langhorne Creek after Handpicked Festival!

#3 - Recover in an Oasis

After a big night of world class Australian musicians, great local foods, and some seriously responsible drinking, it’s always a good idea to ease into a post-festival Sunday. The Oasis Gardens and Function Centre in Langhorne Creek is the perfect setting to face the day.

Be prepared to be surprised! Transport yourself to a paradise of tranquillity in the heart of the Langhorne Creek wine region and enjoy the calming sounds of this hidden oasis; the perfect setting to soothe that sore head.

 

#2 – Refuel with a hearty lunch

If you happen to sleep in or just can’t face a midmorning meal, why not jump straight into a hearty lunch that will settle the stomach and give you the energy to explore Langhorne Creek.

The Bridge Hotel is Langhorne Creek’s quintessential country pub.

If you’ve missed your Mum over the weekend then an excellent home cooked meal is the only thing that will hit the spot. Head over to Angas Plains Estate to enjoy some of the best home-style cooking available.

From gourmet meat pies, a pad Thai to rave about, and sharing platters that will make you wish you ordered one to yourself, The Winehouse’s relaxed, friendly atmosphere is something you’ll fall in love with immediately.

 

#1 – WINE TASTING!!

You cannot come to Langhorne Creek and not enjoy the superb, world class, award winning wines that grow from this beautiful part of the world. Plus, who doesn’t love a good Sunday sesh in the sun?

You’ve tried the excellent quality wines at Lake Breeze, now it’s time to venture out and see that this quality extends throughout the region.

Angas Plains have a broad selection of wines that will not disappoint and a range of sparkling wines that will put some bubble back into your morning.

The Winehouse is home to 5 different Langhorne Creek wine brands that reflect the diversity of flavours and varieties found in Langhorne Creek.

If you’re feeling in need of refreshing and revitalisation after spending the night in Tent City, then Vineyard Road needs to be your first stop providing natural skin care and body products alongside 

great wines.

Bleasdale Vineyards have over 165 years of winemaking history to their name, being the first winery established in Langhorne Creek. You can’t be around that long without making some seriously excellent wines!

Rusticana is where you want to go to just chill out on the balcony of their cellar door and soak in the magnificent views of Langhorne Creek, taste delightfully different wine varieties and sample the full range of Newman’s Horseradish products and locally sourced pates, dips, and spreads.

Your visit to Langhorne Creek won’t be complete without a trip to Bremerton Wines. The atmosphere of this 5 Star winery and cellar door is built upon the foundations of the 1866 stone barn, beautifully restored and transformed into a welcoming and elegant cellar door.

 

Now that you are feeling yourself again and you have wandered through the region, the realisation that you are only a few short hours away from another Monday morning are beginning to set in. Let me tell you a little secret about how we get through Mondays in Langhorne Creek; buy a bottle of wine from any one of the excellent cellar doors and place it on the kitchen table when you get home.

As you get to work on Monday and power through another productive day of looking busy, just remember that bottle of wine sitting on the table. It is your reward for getting through the first day of the week like a champion. Well done!