Food and wine festivals in Australia bring communities together to market value, diversity and quality Australian fresh produce and globally recognized wine growing areas. The Aussie wine month host various wines from around sixty Australian wine regions. In addition one can anticipate the Kangaroo Island seafood festival where dining events will be held within six consecutive days at different seaside settings on the Island.

These fish events include seafood barbeques in the beachfront, degustation dining in addition to campfire cooking. Guests can experience exclusive dishes with star chefs and attend master class presentations. Not only can you take advantage of this event but can also enjoy the special lifestyle Kangaroo Island offers.

An individual can savour meats, cheeses, fresh seafood, wines and organically grown produce which many Australian regions are well renowned for in the wine and food festivals being held in 2013. Another event to anticipate in NSW in April is that the Orange F.O.O.D. week that’s held over ten times exhibiting the best fresh food and wine.

Orange is near Sydney and locals and travelers can enjoy over sixty events and savour the fresh tastes of the area. You can go to the vineyards for breakfast, choose a cooking class or take a stroll through the apple orchids. It is possible to attend a masquerade party or a degustation dinner, and when the event is completed you ought to explore the cool climate wineries which are internationally renowned.

While visiting Sydney you ought to visit one of the numerous fantastic food and wine store in which you have the choice to buy fresh local produce in addition to award winning wines. April and May there will be an eight day wine and food biannual tasting festival in Adelaide, including celebrity cooking demonstrations, culinary actors from overseas and practical cooking classes.

A variety of chefs will be preparing lunches and dinners for all to love and one combine the celebrations and see the farmers markets across the riverbanks. The festival focuses on wine areas like Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and McLaren Vale who are providing food and wine master classes, tasting’s and their auctions.

In May Noosa is hosting a wine and food festival on the Queensland Sunshine Coast, which is a premier event that hosts over two hundred major national and global chefs, higher profile food and wine media, winemakers and restaurateurs.

The festival comprises produce markets, wine tasting, concerts, guest chef dinners, food trail experiences, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations and much more. Not to be overlooked is that the sunset marketplace at Mindil Beach in Darwin which you can see a magnificent sunset while enjoying a picnic supper.