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                            NEWS | Highlands Happenings
 TASTY MORSELS
HATS OFF TO LOCAL PRODUCERS AND CHEFS WHO CONTINUE TO GAIN NATIONAL ATTENTION FOR DOING IT RIGHT. REDLEAF FARM, LI-SUN EXOTIC MUSHROOMS, THE GOOD GARLIC GUY FOR RUSSELL’S GOOD POTATOES (SEE OUR STORY ON PAGE 64), MOONACRES FARM AND TALUCA PARK WERE ALL CELEBRATED IN THIS YEAR’S RECENT 2018 DELICIOUS AWARDS. PECORA
DAIRY AT ROBERSTON WAS ALSO LAUDED FOR MAKING YARRARA, AUSTRALIA’S FIRST RAW MILK, UNCOOKED CURD CHEESE, AVAILABLE SOON AFTER BEING MATURED FOR SIX TO NINE MONTHS. ALSO KNOCKING IT OUT OF THE BALLPARK WAS MALI BRAE FARM, NEAR MOSS VALE, WHICH RECEIVED THE AUSTRALIAN SMALL BUSINESS CHAMPION AWARD 2018 FOR WEDDING SERVICES. AND FINALLY TO IOANNIS BERNADOS AND HIS BERNIE’S DINER IN MOSS VALE, NOMINATED BY BIOTA’S HEAD CHEF AND FOUNDER JAMES VILES IN INTERNATIONAL FOOD TOME WHERE CHEFS EAT – A GUIDE TO CHEFS’ FAVOURITE RESTAURANTS 2018.
      PERMANENT PLACE
Flush from the success of its month long sculpture biennial, Hillview recently started another chapter as a permanent sculpture park. Originally built in the 1850s, it became a summer retreat for NSW’s governors from 1882 to 1958. Now 10 hectares of its parklands will become the permanent home to works by one of Australia’s most influential sculptors Ron Roberston-Swann, one of the exhibitors at the recent Biennial, and other sculptors including Stephen King (no not that one), Michael Purdy, Peter Lundberg and David Ball. The first permanent sculpture park in New South Wales, there are plans to eventually grow the space to 55 hectares. The park will be open for viewing Saturdays and Sundays 10am-4pm or
by appointment. 7277 Illawarra Highway, Sutton Forest; hillviewsculpture.com
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