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Woodland rabbit fettuccine, hazelnuts, broccolini and cavolo nero.
Contemporary Australian cuisine with a focus on a farm-to-plate philosophy is what you can expect at Wild Water restaurant on Goulburn Valley Highway in Trawool. Proudly named after the translation of the local Aboriginal word Traawool and nestled in The Trawool Estate, this casual dining venue has a light, bright vibe from a full glass frontage allowing sweeping views of the countryside, blond wood table settings and potted greenery. Stop by the Granite Bar for a pre-dinner drink of a house Negroni, before indulging in leek and cauliflower croquettes, buttered corn puree and smoked paprika, or hay-smoked duck salad, cherries, roasted beetroot and charred leeks. For the main, delve into slow-cooked pork cheek, apple, sage, celeriac and sides of honey-glazed carrots and grilled broccolini.
8150 Goulburn Valley Highway, Trawool 3660 VIC - See Map