Phillip Island is beautiful.  It seems no matter where you are on the island, you are surrounded by beautiful scenery and endless chances to seize the day and just enjoy the moment. 

We recently enjoyed an afternoon just like this, wanting to take in a little of the outdoors and fresh air. We decided to hike to the Pinnacles at Cape Woolamai and spend the day on the island. After a sweaty hike up the hill to look out over the water and take in some of the amazing coastal views that Phillip Island has to offer, we ventured back with a hunger for a tasty treat. But wanting to stay away from the main strip we ordered a seasonal grazing box from the team at The Pantry Phillip Island.

These boxes are perfect for a family day spent at the beach, to snack on at your holiday house or as we did enjoy it on a picnic. Curated with regional ingredients ensures fresh produce from an array of fresh fruit to artisan cheeses, fresh sourdough and lavosh allowing you to graze the day away no matter where you are!

Brimming with grapes, pear, pomegranate, walnuts, fruit bread, crackers, olives, prosciutto, salami and dates there is no limit to options. For us the highlight was the fresh honeycomb drizzled soft cheese that acted like a beacon to be paired with all the elements that make up these amazing grazing boxes.

With options to pick up directly from The Pantry or have them deliver it to you anywhere on the island you really have no excuse to not make your next visit a tasty one. And if you find yourself hosting a few friends they also offer grazing tables and if their grazing box is any indication of what these would be like this will definitely make your next get together a tasty one.

Whether you are just passing through Phillip Island or staying for a few days don’t miss the opportunity of indulging in The Pantry Phillip Island.

The Pantry Phillip Island
@thepantryphillipisland
www.thepantryphillipisland.com.au

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  1. Just love the ideas and way you presented it all!! I think I am going to start keeping a diary & pen in my bag to start scribbling. It is sad how little we write now. Rosaline Hadlee Runkle

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