Wednesday June 27
Two Paddocks Wines, Central Otago with owner Sam Neill
Four course menu & wines to match.
Already an acclaimed actor, Sam Neill has now immersed himself in a second career path, expressing his longstanding passion for wine. After founding Two Paddocks Wines in 1993, Neill has been committed to growing grapes and making wine in New Zealand’s Central Otago region. Between film commitments both locally and abroad, Neill today spends most of his time at the winery and four small vineyards, which make up the Two Paddocks label. Sam’s love of the area traces back to his Dunedin childhood, when Central Otago was his family’s favourite place to holiday.
To book, call restaurant reservations on +61 2 9114 7350
Wednesday 27 June 2018
From 6:30 pm
2 Kalinya Street, Newport, NSW, 2106, Australia
+61 2 9114 7350
Bert's at The Newport has complimentary parking available for its guests. Limited street parking is also available in the surrounding areas, but please be mindful not to block resident's driveways.
Please be advised of recent changes to The Newport’s carpark and the ENTRY / EXIT points. There have also been changes to the directional flow within the carpark once you have arrived.
Cars will now enter the carpark via the Queens Pde driveway – to the right-hand side via the downward ramp.
Guests will no longer enter via the Kalinya & Beaconsfield Street driveway - this driveway will now become an exit only.
The only exception to this will be for larger delivery vehicles delivering prior to 10am.
Cars will now exit via the main driveway past the loading dock and out onto the corner of Kalinya and Beaconsfield (ie the current entry point) – nearest to The Newport sign.
Cars will no longer exit via Queens Pde driveway.
The directional changes within the carpark and underground area will see the arrow directional flow switch to direct cars East-bound and direct traffic to turn right via new arrows to keep the traffic flowing
From Sydney CBD or Eastern Suburbs - Head via Military Road or over the Roseville Bridge. The Newport is about 1 hour north of the CBD by car.
From Sydney CBD - The L90 is the most direct bus, it drops you directly out the front of The Newport. You can hop on this bus from the Queen Victoria Building or Wynyard bus stop stand C. This bus stops at all major bus stops along Military road including Warringah Mall from the CBD to Palm Beach. Most L90 buses are pre-paid only so you can either use your Opal card or purchase a ticket at the closest convenient store.
From Manly - The 155 bus from Manly to Warringah Mall is your best option. From Warringah Mall you can get an L90 or L88 bus directly to The Newport.
The Newport offers bike parking onsite, so you can ride up and park your bike while you have a great meal overlooking Pittwater.
Unfortunately The Newport does not offer a private birthing services however there is a public wharf for drop off and pick up on the end of Queens Parade. If you wish to enquire about casual birthing up to 70ft or casual Moorings please contact Dave Rowell from Rowell Marina on 0414 479 700.
Why not travel in style to Bert's? Sydney Sea Planes can organise transfers for you and your party.