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Treat your palate to an array of flavours at one of many food and wine events held in Melbourne throughout the year. Taste gourmet delights and fresh local produce at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Sample award-winning varietals by local winemakers, matched to fine foods prepared by top chefs and restaurateurs. Take High Tea at fine hotels or join a cooking class at the Queens Victoria Markets.
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30 Apr 2015
Come along and enjoy an end-of-the-month drinks night at the Word Lounge Bar, hosted by the Melbourne social club 'Fun, Food and Friendship'. This...
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2 - 3 May 2015
From $20 - $20
Kellybrook Yarra Valley Cider Festival is set on the fringe of Melbourne in the hills of Wonga Park. This annual festival of cider, music and food is...
3 May 2015, 4 May 2015
From $69 - $89
The Hotel Windsor in Melbourne has been serving traditional afternoon tea since 1883. The five star hotel in Melbourne serves its famous afternoon...
10 May 2015
Enjoy a family friendly afternoon in the stylish, old time glamorous surrounds of the Wonderland Spiegeltent. Pamper mum and enjoy exquisite...
16 May 2015
From $110 - $110
Join Royal George Hotel for their regional foodie event showcasing the finest beer, wine and produce from the Macedon Ranges and surrounds. They will...
16 - 24 May 2015
Good Beer Week is a nine day celebration of all that's great about beer. Melbourne and Victoria play host to 250 events at 180 venues, featuring...
5 - 8 Jun 2015
The Melbourne Good Food & Wine Show is back and guaranteed to provide a never-before-seen food experience. Alongside the food, wine and gastronomic...
14 Jun 2015
From $15 - $15
Whether it's an evening cantina with pop-up bars, music and authentic street food or festivals celebrating chocolate, chilli and coffee, there's sure...
18 - 19 Jul 2015
From $100 - $100
More than just delightful cakes and glasses of bubbles, the High Tea Party celebrates all aspects of being a woman, no matter what your age. Aiming...
30 Aug 2015
From $10 - $10
Come down to the open amateur winemaking competition organised by Frankston Amateur Winemakers Guild showcasing home-made wines from fruit,...
Don't miss out on world class football in Australia. Fly to Melbourne with Qantas and receive overnight accommodation and Silver Category tickets to an International Champions Cup match.
V8 Supercars return to Phillip Island in November. Witness motor sport at its best with return airfares to Melbourne with Virgin Australia, two nights' accommodation and a three day Trackside Pass.
The Melbourne exclusive WW1 Centenary Exhibition opens at the Melbourne Musuem in April. This deal includes return flights with Virgin Australia, two nights' hotel accommodation and exhibition entry.
From Movida’s Mykal Batholomew and Longrain chef, Adam D’Sylva, this hatted eatery ticks all the right boxes without taking itself too seriously.
Make an ordinary night a special occasion at Smith Street's Saint Crispin, much-lauded winner of two hats from The Age Good Food Guide.
Let the team behind Coda tempt you with their Indian-inspired menu lauded by both The Age Good Food Guide and Gourmet Traveller.
Tastefully decorated to create an authentic, old world bodega atmosphere, San Telmo is famous for its imported 2.5-metre parilla (charcoal grill).
Sample the degustation menu at Australian Gourmet Traveller's Restaurant of the Year. On a budget? Come for the Chef's Table on Tuesday.
Get to know your neighbours at the 12-seats-only Tempura Hajime, and tear your eyes away from the theatrics of the chef to savour his masterpieces.
Treat the bar of the laidback Fitzroy eatery like it's your local, then swan into the dining room to feast on perfectly executed Italian classics.
Winner of two hats from The Age Good Food Guide and ranked number seven by Australian Gourmet Traveller, McConnell knows his game.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is the largest of its kind in the world. The festival hosts more than 200 events and attracts around 300,000 people each year.
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