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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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27 Apr 2015
From $150 - $150
Joel Salatin is a full time farmer in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley where his farm services more than 5000 families and many retail outlets and...
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29 Apr 2015
From $90 - $90
Come and enjoy a wonderful cocktail degustation, series number seven: across the galaxy. Plot your path to the hidden cellar bar, and escape...
From $175 - $175
The Champagne Dame, Kyla Kirkpatrick, joins Circa's Head Chef Ashly Hicks, to explore the glamorous Belle Époque era through champagne and food. This...
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...
From $79 - $79
Sip, slurp and suck your way through the 10th instalment of Melbourne's longest running all-you-can-eat Oyster Frenzy. Show those shuckers your...
28 Apr 2015, 30 Apr 2015
Melbourne Central is showing you how to maximise your lunch break with the Festival of Lunchtimes throughout the month of April. Get out of the...
1 May 2015
Are you a hard working Office Professional? Well Administrative Professionals Day is all about raising a glass to all the wonderful Administrative...
2 May 2015
From $75 - $75
In Cantonese Chinese, yum cha translates to drink tea. But you can bet Wine Tasting Events has something a lot tastier than tea in mind. Announcing...
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...
26 Apr 2015, 27 Apr 2015, 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...
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 cool climate wines and oysters out of pristine Macquarie Harbour to King Island beef and Bruny Island cheese, this is the best of the Apple Isle.
This Thai-inspired eatery won a chef’s hat from The Age Good Food Guide and continues to excite Smith Street day-trippers and locals alike.
Enjoy an evening of understated Italian elegance at this hatted restaurant on Crossley Street. Delight in the beef carpaccio or almond praline gelato.
Find your way through the graffiti laneway to this publicity-shy eatery in the CBD – all subterranean chic, clean lines and unhurried atmosphere.
Chef Teage Ezard combines the East and the West with verve and creativity, making this two hatted restaurant a must try for any visiting gourmand.
The iconic Stokehouse has relocated its beach shack glamour to an elegant abode in the CBD's Alfred Place while its beachside digs are being rebuilt.
Treat yourself to head chef Luke Croston's elegant degustation menu or go all out with the experimental Press Club Projects private dining experience.
It's all about homely Sicilian fare at Rosa's Kitchen. Tuck into the antipasti and pasta with ingredients from chef Rosa Mitchell's Yandoit farm.
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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