Feast Upon All The Deets Of This Bayside Food And Wine Festival

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By Astrid Taemets | 18th July 2023

If there’s one thing that gets Brissy locals fired up in the depths of winter, it’s the prospect of a cranking good time where delicious food, tasty drinks, and festivities for all keep you from feeling the big chill. 

Well, fire up, baby, because the Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival is hitting shores again this August with three scrumptious days of delicious local fare served up on a plate. 

Winding its way along the Woody Point foreshore from Friday 4 August until Sunday 6 August, the festival’s program promises live cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, live music, and of course, a delectable range of bites and delights from across the Moreton Bay region. 

From festival headliner Miguel Maestre bringing Spanish flavours to our shores, to the creativity and flair of Poh Ling Yeow, Alastair McLeod, Dominique Rizzo, and Kim McCosker, prepare for a whole ‘lotta heat on those tastebuds!

Spanning a kilometre across the foreshore, those with General Admission will find plenty of ways to stay busy (and full!), thanks to six precincts boasting countless experiences, pop-up bars, and sweet, sweet, tunes. 

But for anyone wanting to supercharge their experience, upgrade your entry and gain access to the Oasis Village where only the VIPs get to play, which includes a makeup lounge, free cafe, and masterclasses.

You’ll also have the chance to purchase a range of ticketed experiences like Miguel’s Spanish feast, a seafood lunch buffet, Comiskey Distillery’s gin workshop, and a Sunday long lunch, complete with fashion parade. 

So, whether a casual day out on the bay with the family is what you need or you fancy spicing up your weekend with a lil’ something extra, add this one to your culinary calendar, and grab your tickets here

What: Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival Where: Wood Point foreshore When: 4 – 6 August

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By Astrid Taemets An advocate for a dirty martini any day of the week, Astrid's life is equal parts cleaning crumbs off a three-year-old as it is enjoying a bump of caviar.
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