Crows Nest Festival

It’s the 28th annual Crows Nest Festival

The festival draws a crowd (50,000 people) for 200-plus stallholders, four stages of entertainment, a petting zoo, pony rides, cooking demonstrations, musicians and more. It kicks off at 10am on Willoughby Road. This year introduces Burlington Alley, a laneway of wine, cocktails and food provided by local Crows Nest restaurants.

Where: Willoughby Road, Crows Nest

When: Sunday the 15th ,10am

Sydney Wine Festival

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Celebrate NSW’s best winemakers at this new wine festival

Mudgee, the Hunter Valley, Orange, New England… we’re positively spoiled for choice when it comes to great wine regions in New South Wales – and now you’ll get to enjoy the cream of the crop in one place.

Sydney Wine Festival is the city’s newest wine festival serving up locally produced wine from all over New South Wales. You’ll be able to support over 60 local wineries and try delicious local drops without having to travel to a cellar door.

If you’d like a bite with your tipple, there will be around 15 stalls serving street food from around the world, a gourmet cheese corner, plus free live entertainment.

Where: Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, James Ruse Dr,Rosehill

When: Saturday the 14th ,10.30am


Night Noodle Markets

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Fill up on noodles, dumplings, barbecued meat on sticks and bespoke treats from Sydney’s best known dessert makers

Good Food Month is back in October with one of its highlight events, the Night Noodle Markets. Hyde Park becomes home to an Asian hawker market of 40 food stalls and alfresco dining and socialising. Add to that dragon dancers, lanterns and balmy spring evenings and you can see why the Night Noodle Markets are a mainstay on Sydney’s calendar.

It’s a cash-free event, so bring your plastic. And save room for bespoke desserts by Gelato Messina, Black Star Pastry and N2 Gelato.

Where: Elizabeth St & Park St, Sydney

When: Saturday the 14th ,4pm

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