As ANZAC Day approaches, two popular venues in the Hills area of Sydney are gearing up to offer locals a day of entertainment, food, and drinks.
The Fiddler, known for its vibrant atmosphere and alfresco dining options, is bringing its iconic Saturday night vibes to the ANZAC Day eve on Monday, 24th April.
Guests can enjoy happy hour from 6pm to 8pm, with $5 on all tap beers and wines, including popular brands like Canadian Club, Byron Bay Seltzer, and Stone & Wood.
Byron Bay merch giveaways will also take place throughout the night, with DJs playing tunes from 8pm and a special guest headliner Aria set to perform at 11pm.
On ANZAC Day itself, The Fiddler will open a two-up arena in its Beer Garden from 12pm onwards.
DJs will be playing Aussie classics all day long, and the Rouse Hill Rams Cricket club will be hosting the event.
The Fiddler welcomes guests of all group sizes to come and enjoy the celebrations.
Meanwhile, at Camden Valley Inn, a unique countryside hotel and pub, guests can start their ANZAC Day celebrations as early as 7am.
The pub will be open all day, with a two-up arena hosted by TV presenter Glenn Paul starting from 12pm.
Visitors can also enjoy live music and a pop-up Canadian Club zone. Families with kids can unwind while the little ones enjoy the playground or visit the resident goats Cam and Dan.
Both venues welcome bookings and walk-ins, ensuring that everyone can join in on the ANZAC Day celebrations.
With plenty of food, drinks, and entertainment on offer, The Fiddler and Camden Valley Inn are the perfect destinations to pay tribute to the ANZAC spirit while enjoying a fun day out.
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