Wine, produce and great entertainment at Noosa Woods for Noosa Food & Wine Festival

Wine, produce and great entertainment at Noosa Woods for Noosa Food & Wine Festival

Noosa Woods will be transformed into a wine and produce village, with great entertainment for the Noosa Food & Wine Festival from 19-21 May 2017.

The Noosa Woods Wine and Produce Village will be home to more than 30 wineries for tastings, along with producers, cheese makers, the Dal Zotto Prosecco Bar with prosecco cocktails and cicchetti dishes created by Noosa Boathouse, Sticks Wine and Cheese Bar, Asahi Super Dry Oyster Bar, Sunset Lounge presented by Miss Moneypenny’s and the Cider Lab Harvest Bar.

Walk around the Noosa Woods Wine and Produce Village, tasting produce and meeting growers from Slow Food Noosa and Noosa Farmers Market. The Slow Food Noosa stand will introduce local farmers with produce and food tastings, school kitchen garden project with local schools preparing food and Cooloola Berries with delicious home-made ice-cream.

The festival music stage features ‘For Those Who Know', bringing together Hugo Gruzman, Jimmy 2 Sox, Surahn, Wealth, Greg Sara and Tim Sullivan who will team up for three nights of entertainment for the Festival Sunset Sets - all entertainment is included in the Noosa Woods Wine and Produce Village ticket price.

Don't miss the Winemaker Smackdown, hosted by Nick Stock, with Festival winemakers going head to head as they convince visitors who makes the best wine and why we should be drinking theirs.

Hilary McNevin will host the Festival chefs on the cooking stage, as they share their secrets. The line-up includes Sat Bains, Geoff Lindsay, Adam D’yslva, Alessandro Pavoni, Frank Camorra, Giovanni Pilu, Matt Golinksi, Monty Kuludrovic, Luke Mangan, Massimo Mele, Jake Nicholson, Ben Williamson, Ben O’Donoghue, Ian Curley and Jo Barrett.

The Noosa Woods Wine and Produce Village will be open:
Friday 19 May, 5-10pm
Saturday 20 May, 11am-10pm
Sunday 21 May, 11am-5pm.

Buy tickets online for $30 or at the door for $35 - ticket includes your first glass of wine and a Plumm wine glass to keep. Kids aged 12 and under are admitted free.

More than 70 events will take place during the Noosa Food & Wine Festival from 18-21 May 2017, with 45 visiting chefs from around Australia. Some of Noosa's best restaurants will also host visiting chefs at exclusive lunches and dinners.

Catch the Noosa Food & Wine Festival shuttle bus between the Noosa Transit Centre (platform 1) in Sunshine Beach Rd, Noosa Junction; The J bus stop at 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Junction; and Noosa Heads bus stop in Hastings Street on Saturday 20 May and Sunday 21 May. The shuttle bus leaves every half hour - first bus leaves Noosa Transit Centre at 10am both days. The last bus leaves Hastings Street at 9.45pm on Saturday and 5.45pm on Sunday.

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