Plan ahead to please your appetite this Taste Festival

The New England North Wests’ Tastiest time of the year is just a few weeks away so if you haven’t already, you better start planning which events, stalls, locations, restaurants and bars are going to be taking your order over the 10-days of Taste Tamworth.

There’s so much to do, see, eat, drink and enjoy over the popular festival, as foodies flock from near and far to enjoy the finest quality food, wine, produce and entertainment in the region and beyond.   

Michaela Stevens, Events Coordinator at Tamworth Regional Council said: “Tickets are selling, and events are booking up fast. We don’t want anyone to miss out on the delicious experiences of Taste, so plan ahead and remember to leave plenty of room to treat the tastebuds.”

Grab your tickets for Tastes’ most popular events:


Fitzroy Plaza will be transformed into a foodie haven each Friday night of Taste. Select up to five different delicious plates from vendors including Tamworth Vietnamese Restaurant, Don Churros, Gold Leaf Catering and Homestead Coffee Lounge, and enjoy a beverage from the Post Office Hotel whilst listening to the greatest hits performed by Cover Bandits, for just $45 per person.


Taste in the Park is a $2 entry and offers a huge array of foods and live entertainment suitable for all likes. To cater for the kids, there’s bite size treats and plenty to do including lawn games, a range of fun food activities, and much more!


Sit back, relax and enjoy a sophisticated afternoon in the beautiful Botanic Gardens, all whilst indulging in sweet and savoury treats from Le Pruneau and enjoying live entertainment at just $35 per person or $260 for a table of eight.

 

Enjoy a sumptuous four-course meal accompanied by a grazing table, made with the finest produce by some of the top chefs in the region. The Long Lunch is the signature event of Taste with guests seated and served at long tables lining ANZAC Park. Sip on the cool-climate wines or enjoy a country beer with your friends and spend the afternoon being entirely waited on for just $110 per person.

 

But the deliciousness doesn’t stop there as there’s organic growers’ markets, cheese tastings, wine tastings, specialised breakfasts, lunches, dinners and deals, cook-offs, workshops and so much more to indulge in over the festival. 

“It’s a great time and there’s flavours, food and entertainment for everyone, so make Taste a to-do on your foodie list!” added Stevens.

Taste Tamworth kicks-off for its eighth consecutive year on Friday, 5 of April and will delight visitors all the way through to Sunday, 14 April 2019.

To purchase tickets or find out more for Taste Tamworth Festival visit www.tastetamworth.com.au.

BON APPETITE!

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