Fun filled festival of gin @ Gin Palooza, Paddington Town Hall

We do love a gin, or two, and even a few more. What better than finding all your favourite distillers in the one location??? You heard us right, from 21-24 November, Gin Palooza will be celebrating all things gin in this festival, held at Paddington Town Hall. Hosted by the Australian Gin Distillers Association, the … Continue reading Fun filled festival of gin @ Gin Palooza, Paddington Town Hall

Pyrmont Food and Wine Festival – 28 & 29 September

It’s almost that time! The 2-Day Food & Wine Festival held at Pirrama Park is on this weekend  (28 – 29 September). It will be featuring cool climate wines from Orange, food from local stores and live entertainment. Featuring Phillip Shaw; Tamburlaine Organic Wines; and Slow Wine Co, as well as limited-release beers from Pioneer Brewing … Continue reading Pyrmont Food and Wine Festival – 28 & 29 September

Food, fun and frivolity: the taste of Tasmania reveals full program

Commemorating 30 years, The Taste of Tasmania unveiled its largest ever program of stallholders and free entertainment including live music, circus and street entertainment, activities for children and the whole family as well as reserved seating for those wanting a guaranteed prime position in the heart of Hobart’s stunning waterfront! Taste of Tasmania Director Brooke … Continue reading Food, fun and frivolity: the taste of Tasmania reveals full program

The Shambala Fields of Lost Paradise

Lost Paradise, the mind-blowing immersive festival experience held over New Year’s in the enchanted hinterland of Glenworth Valley, has announced its incredible three-day (29 December-1 January) Shambhala Fields programme line-up for 2018. With an ever-growing desire for a place for festivalgoers to nourish their mind, body and soul, Lost Paradise’s family-friendly Shambhala Fields programme curated … Continue reading The Shambala Fields of Lost Paradise

Where to enjoying Bastille Day with a French wine passport

We attended the free annual event, the Bastille Festival in Circular Quay. Held from 12-15th July, it was a huge street gathering to celebrate all things French: food, wine and art. A precursor to more celebrations to come with the huge World Cup victory by France. It was interesting to try different wines from different … Continue reading Where to enjoying Bastille Day with a French wine passport

Low and slow @BBQ Food Festival – The Australian Hotel and Brewery

We ventured out to The Australian Hotel and Brewery for the BBQ Food fest 2017. Whilst here, we sussed out the brewery, an expansive pub, originating from 6 brothers wanting to create Australian Craft beers. They set this up in Rouse Hill and it is thriving. The brewery has indoor and outdoor sections, sports bars, … Continue reading Low and slow @BBQ Food Festival – The Australian Hotel and Brewery