On our wine Trail weekend, 14th, 15th March 2014. We stayed at Clovely Cottage (winery and cellar door) Moffatdale. The B&B accommodation was just great, very homely feel with three caravans parked under a tree alongside the B&B. The girl’s visited Murgon on Friday afternoon to do the shops over while the men relaxed under the shady tree back at camp. Friday night dinner was at The Cooperage Restaurant at Dusty Hill Estate winery. Excellent venue, meals and great value. One of the many highlights of the weekend was breakfast time. The conversation and carry on in the kitchen was priceless, you just had to be there. How do you boil an egg? Saturday was a busy day with morning tea at Bjelke-Petersen Dam, lunch and wine tasting at Moffatdale Ridge winery out on the deck looking over the Barambah Creek and the country side whilst being entertained by a gentleman playing a saxophone (very hard life). Bridgeman Downs Cellars was the next winery for more tasting. Then back to the Clovely to have happy hour (felt more like 3 hours) and repair for our BBQ dinner. Sunday, we were off to Kingaroy to visit the Lavender farm and have morning tea before departing for home. Thank you all for a great weekend. We may have to do a return visit some time to do over the winery’s we missed.Image