Lorne attractions in AutumnFebruary 12, 2016
Autumn is giving Summer a run for its money in 2016 with a range of exciting events expected to draw large crowds; including Lorne’s Longest Lunch, Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Eat Local Month, and GMHBA Great Ocean Road Marathon.
Lorne’s Longest Lunch is one of 24 regional Longest Lunches taking place as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival (MFWF), and will be held in the beautiful Mantra gardens overlooking the ocean.
Guests will be greeted by a glass of 6Ft6 Prosecco from local Moorabool Valley winery Austins & Co., and treated to a three-course meal based on locally-sourced ingredients.
Lorne’s most highly-regarded Chefs will put their skills on display as they create one of the three distinctive dishes to be presented.
Highly-anticipated Lorne Sculpture Biennale will see a range of established and emerging sculptors present their works along the coastal sculpture trail from March 12 – April 3.
In addition to outstanding displays of art, the sculpture trail will also host live sculpturescape and performances over the four weekends, which are certain to entertain and entice viewers.
Eat Local Month has been developed to celebrate and explore the local food industry along the Surf Coast, with many Lorne-based foodies, farmers, and businesses to be involved in a series of events.
Events will range from secret supper clubs and crop mobs, to festivals and crowd-farmed feasts which all pay homage to those that grow, bake and craft with the delicious produce the Surf Coast has to offer.
The GMHBA Great Ocean Road Marathon May 14-15 offers something for all fitness levels from 1.5km run to the 23km half marathon.
The Marathon attracts athletes from around the world who are eager to experience the beautiful panoramic views of the southern ocean.
All up-coming Lorne events can be viewed on the LoveLorne website.