Jam Packed June

Early June saw an arctic front blast the whole State and we were no exception. Icy cold winds and rain belted us for what felt like weeks. Thankfully by the Queens’ birthday long weekend, the weather subsided, and our Cellar Door was once again packed with patrons enjoying the extended respite by the riverside. On Sunday we had a new band perform for us – Finger Bun – they played all the best 80’s tunes to a packed and enthralled 300-plus crowd.

On Monday we had the Riverland Paddling Marathon stop by and use our beautiful venue for one of their checkpoints. This is the fourth year they have come to our Cellar Door and this year there were around 100 paddlers plus their support crew which were all supplied with coffees and toasties by our friendly staff, to refuel them until their next checkpoint.

The paddle steamer PS Marion called in on one of their journeys this month to enjoy a wood-fired pizza lunch along with some wine and Sangria – we hope to see them again sometime soon as it’s always a great sight to take in, seeing them cruise in and moor on the banks of the Murray River.

Late in June we had a “soft” opening of the “Queenscliffe Art Prize Outdoor Exhibition”.
This is the biggest outdoor art exhibition in Australia, first installed on the historic Queenscliffe Pier in Victoria. Now we are pleased and excited to display this unique collection of 100 pieces of artwork from some of Australia’s highly talented artists right here on the banks of the Murray.
Special guests were given the first opportunity for a sneaky preview with nibbles and drinks supplied.

And now, the perfect opportunity awaits you to enjoy our food, wine, and now incredible art, here at our Cellar Door – it definitely is a must-see!

We hope to see you soon!

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Regretfully due to the damage we received to our grounds and buildings from the 2022 River Murray floods, our Cellar door is now PERMANENTLY CLOSED.

But don’t be dismayed….

You can still get your favourite Caudo products in our online store!