Mudgee Wine & Food Festival 2016 Balmoral Beach

August 2nd, 2016




Mudgee Wine & Food Festival Returns to Balmoral Beach 
Balmoral Beach will transform again into Sydney’s iconic pop-up wine destination for the 26th annual Mudgee Wine & Food Festival.  Drawing thousands of food and wine lovers from across Sydney, the Mudgee Wine & Food Festival will span the entire foreshore of Balmoral Beach and provide Sydneysiders the opportunity to meet the growers from a number of the finest food and wine produced in the Mudgee region.  So gather the tribe, friends, parents, neighbours and kids and come along for a fabulous day by the sea while tasting the best wines Mudgee has to offer.
  • Sunday 14 August 2016 11am – 5pm.
  • Balmoral Beach Sydney
“It’s fantastic to bring the Mudgee Wine & Food Festival back to Balmoral Beach each year and it’s shaping up to be the biggest festival to date. With more local producers this year, festivalgoers are able to immerse themselves in the best that the Mudgee Region has to offer, in a stunning seaside location,” says Festival Director Mike O’Malley.
The longest running regional wine and food fair in Sydney, Mudgee Wine & Food Festival at Balmoral Beach is the perfect introduction to the region ahead of the premier gastronomic event the Mudgee Food & Wine Festival, held in Mudgee from 9 September – 3 October 2016.
“The Mudgee Wine & Food Festival at Balmoral is the perfect way to reset the senses and get an authentic taste of the Mudgee Region. With our best food and wine producers on offer, the festival entices people to skip town together and visit Mudgee itself,” says Leianne Murphy acting CEO Mudgee Region Tourism.
Some of the exhibiting wineries include Huntington Estate, Robert Stein Vineyard and Gooree Park Wines.
Free Shuttle Buses will be operating on a continuous circuit from Balmoral Beach to Military and Spit Roads via Raglan Street and Awaba Street throughout the day.
For more information on the shuttle service, route map and the Mudgee region, visit
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