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Shrimp on the barby? Pu-lease! There's a whole lot more to Aussie cuisine than "shrimps" on the barby. Let these eateries show you how.

Addimi Restaurant & Wine Bar

Felicity Urquhart | Aussie

Tamworth might be known for its country music but on our Destination NSW Regional Special we’ve found out there’s pretty good food too.

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Barbuto Restaurant

Pete Wells | Aussie

Here’s a restaurant that really is surf and turf.

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Barbuto Restaurant

Pete Wells | Aussie

Here’s a restaurant that really is surf and turf.

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Circa 1876

Felicity Urquhart | A la carte

Celebrate food, wine and premium produce straight from the source at Circa 1876.

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Eating in the Outback

Rose Jacobs | Aussie

Rose hits the outback and dines under the stars at Warrawong on the Darling!

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EXP. Restaurant

Felicity Urquhart | A la carte

Grab a bite from the earth, sea, land and sky at EXP. Restaurant.

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Goonoo Goonoo Station

Lizzy Lovett | Aussie

Lizzy visits a sheep station that has been transformed into a stunning boutique property

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Lot 31 at The Mill

Karen Ledbury | A la carte

Lot 31 Restaurant & Bar is a casual eatery in Cowra serving up a variety of lunches, mains and tapas plates alongside a wide selection of beverages.

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Penny Whistlers

Jack Yabsley | Aussie

Jack and his Dad are heading to Jack’s favourite restaurant Penny Whistler.

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Segreto

Jason and Beck Stevens | Aussie

For food that’ll really warm up your winter drop in to Segreto, they’re conveniently based in the Thredbo Alpine Hotel.

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Settlers Arms Inn

Pete Wells | Aussie

Settle in for a hearty meal at Settlers Inn.

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Silos Restaurant

Karen Ledbury | A la carte

80 years ago two silos stood on a green hill storing grain in Berry, today this place has been transformed into Silos Restaurant.

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Sydney Weekender, hosted by Mike Whitney, is now in its 24th year!
Travelling around the city and throughout the length & breadth of the state, each episode investigates the best places to stay, eat and play so you can make the most of your weekend. 

After retiring from international cricket, Mike first appeared on Sydney Weekender back in 1994, and since then has loved every minute of it. 

Over the years, Mike has hosted Sydney Weekender from all over New South Wales; from Eden in the south, to Tibooburra in the far northwest of the state. 

One of Mike's favourite moments was when he had the chance to fly in a fully restored De Havilland Vampire fighter jet at the Temora Aviation Museum. "The pilot opened the throttle and sent the Vampire vertical," he says, "It was such a blast - the whole time I was thinking - I've got the best job in the world."

Sydney Weekender is on every Sunday at 5.30pm on the Seven Network in Sydney, and across N.S.W. & the A.C.T. on the PRIME Network. It's repeated a week later on 7TWO.

We're also on 7TWO on Saturdays - Please check your local guide for times.