Feast of the Beast
Are you ready to venture into the forest? This magical forest feast celebrates the Winter Solstice with an experience like no other. There really is nothing else like it….. Expect warm fires, an opening ceremony & highland burn, mulled wine, live entertainment, delicious food and great conversation. There will be table seating for all, hot mulled Far Ago Hill Shiraz, Southern Highland Brewing beer including the new Highlander brew on tap, Artemis Sunshack Cider, the Bearded Brewer will have piping hot coffee, tea and chocolate and a three course feast complete with mini pies, whole beasts on the spit-roast and luscious desserts. Ellas Holiday and the resident DJ will rock the night away and there will be games for the kids as well as prizes for all. This event sold out last year, so gather your tribe and book your spot at this truly enchanting, Highlands event. General entry: General Admission is $95 for adults and $45 for kids from 2- 14 years. Includes entry to the event from 4.30pm – 9.30pm. The entry includes three (3) beverages per person with local wine as well as beer, cider and soft drinks on offer and additional drinks can be purchased at the event. Butler service: 4 x 10 person premium tables with full butler service all evening and a 3 course dinner with matching wine package are available Get in touch for details of this unique option to host your own dinner party within the feast celebrations. $195 per person including GST Transport: There will be bus transport from Moss Vale for those not wanting to drive ($10 each way). What to bring: Being an outdoor dining experience it is always advisable to wear closed in footwear and bring a warm coat as its very cold in June in the Highlands. And of course, bring your sense of adventure! Dress up encouraged so be at your GOT, Viking or Britannia best! And yes we will have some prizes for those who make the effort. Location: Location details and map will be sent to all tickets holders via email 48 hours prior to the event. Parking will be available however we recommend arranging your own transport on one of our buses. More details coming soon on where to book this. Disclaimer: No animals are harmed during this event. This is not a re-enactment or linked to the ancient traditions such as the Illuminati Feast of the Beast or the Jewish Leviathan feast. It is an event that centers on nature's growing cycles and introduces non-religious, non-prejudicial and past world activities from Celtic, Pagan and Nordic history to enjoy great food, great wine and entertainment. We have no association with the occult or any such satanic rituals or dark magic.
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