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When it comes to food and wine, Western Australia packs a peachy punch with a feast-like offering of festivals. From the elaborate wine tastings of City Wine and UnWined Subiaco, to the luxurious foodie getaways of Gourmet Escape and Taste Great Southern, the food festival calendar is filled with amazing culinary experiences throughout the year. Take your pick!

UnWined Subiaco

When: 26-27 October 2019

Opening the bottle on some of WA’s best wineries and breweries, UnWined celebrates unique and boutique wines. More than 70 regional producers will take Perth-siders on a journey of discovery on the lawns of Market Square Park in Subiaco. You can take your pick from over 300 wine samples, try a food and wine pairing, or hone your pretentious wine act at one their appreciation classes. Plus, don’t forget to try tapas from some of Subi’s best restaurants.

Western Australia Gourmet Food Escape

When: 8-17 November 2019

A late spring highlight, Gourmet Escape has it all – artisan produce, elite foodie events and world-class wine. Not to mention the chance to meet famous chefs, including the ‘godfather of modern cooking’ Marco Pierre White. Spanning the food and wine riches of the South West, the 10-day festival showcases 160 wineries and producers in a series of bespoke tastings, exquisite long tables, and rustic cookouts.

Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Fest

When: 14-15 March 2020

Every year, more than 100,000 people flock to WA’s largest free regional event to celebrate these delicious crustaceans. Centred on the region’s affinity with the native blue manna crab, the festival includes cooking demonstrations, a variety of fresh food, live music and children’s entertainment. More than just crabs, this festival lets you soak up a more relaxed atmosphere with Mandurah’s lifestyle, location and culture on full display. No pets please.

Taste Great Southern

When: 26 March – 5 April 2020

Head to the pristine southern coastline to sample incredible local produce from the farming hinterland. This eleven-day festival features 30 culinary experiences including long lunches, degustations, premium pairings and community markets. Great Southern produce is renowned for quality with foods like oysters and seafood, cereal crops, beef and lamb attracting serious consumer punting. The region also boasts exceptional wines with Shiraz, Pinot Noir and Riesling varieties competing strongly on the world stage.

City Wine: Perth’s Winter Wine Festival

When: 22-23 May 2020

The perfect antidote to an approaching winter, City Wine is a cosy undercover retreat in the heart of Perth City. For two days, Yagan Square attracts the finest wines, beers, ciders and cocktails from across WA – as well as the creations of Perth’s best foodies. Providing an intimate space for group gatherings or solitary roaming, the square comes alive with DJ music and plenty of outdoor heaters.

Gascoyne Food Festival

When: August 2020

Perth-siders with the winter blues should consider heading north for a culinary adventure in the warmer climes of the Gascoyne. Tapping into its reputation as one of WA’s produce hotspots, the Gascoyne Food Festival tells the paddock-to-plate story through a range of events in Exmouth, Dirk Hartog Island, Wooremel, and Red Bluff. It also hosts Australia’s Biggest BBQ at Mt Augustus!

Good Food and Wine Show

When: 21-23 August 2020

A staple industry showcase for WA foodies, every August the Good Food and Wine Show lands at the Perth Convention Centre with expert masterclasses, celebrity chefs, and hundreds of exhibitors from around the globe. The perfect opportunity to learn some new tricks in the kitchen or snag some nifty kitchenware, this national show has plenty to offer both novice cookers and self-proclaimed masterchefs.

Images: Gourmet Escape (Facebook), Wine & Food Events WA (Facebook), Channel 7 Mandurah Crabfest (Facebook), Taste Great Southern (Facebook), Gascoyne Food Festival (Facebook), Good Food and Wine Show (Facebook).

 

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