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SARDINE Eatery + Bar collaborate with Ocean Grange Homestead for the first time in a sell-out event.

Two icons of the Gippsland region, SARDINE Eatery + Bar and Ocean Grange Homestead, come together as part of the inaugural East Gippsland Winter Festival to create a series of Winter Inspired Lunches. Intimately hosted in the coastal dining room of Ocean Grange Homestead, one-hat chef, Mark Briggs, plated up ten carefully curated dishes made from the finest of local produce. Complimenting this, the team of Sardine, led by Victoria Briggs, poured matched wine and beer from Lightfoot & Sons and Sailors Grave Brewing, making for a world-class dining experience. Highlights of the menu included Smoked Duck, ricotta, sour grapes, walnuts and 63 Degree Forge Creek Free Range Egg Duck Consommé matched with Lightfoot & Sons ‘Myrtle Point’ Shiraz 2018. 

The 80 available tickets sold out in less than 24 hours.   

The unique dining experience included - Boat transfers by H2O Tours & Adventures, A tour of Ocean Grange Homestead and its incredible surrounds, Lunch served by Mark and Victoria Briggs of one-hat restaurant Sardine, and an exclusive gift bag including produce from the Gippsland Region to make up Sardine’s own “Truffled Scrambled Eggs” for breakfast the next day

For info on future events, please register your interest here.


"Ladies of the Lake" at Ocean Grange

Hosted at Ocean Grange Homestead in late 2021 was the inaugural "Ladies of the Lake" function, an initiative by Tia Byrne who wanted to create an event to celebrate the incredible depth of talented and accomplished women living and working and running businesses in the East Gippsland region and on the Gippsland Lakes.

Helped by Michelle Boyle Private Chef, an amazing spread of food was arranged along with an assortment of local wine and sparkling, over 50 women were able to attendance what was a most successful and fun filled afternoon at the Grange. 

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