Saturday and Sunday 1-2 June 2013 from 11:30am to 5.00pm
Manly Food, Wine & Sustainability Festival 2013
Manly Food, Wine & Sustainability Festival celebrates beachfront gourmet lifestyle.
Food, wine, music, fun, sun and sea! The 27th Manly Food, Wine & Sustainability Festival will be on again over Saturday and Sunday, 1 and 2 of June 2013 between 11:30am and 5.00pm both days!
Featuring stalls operated by top names in food and wine dotted along Manly’s ocean beachfront, The Corso (Manly’s main pedestrian thoroughfare) and in Sydney Road, this famous annual Festival will host a range of fun, free activities and entertainment throughout the day including excellent cooking demonstrations on the Beachfront stage.
Discover Local Food and Wine
Discover new vintages from leading wine producing areas of New South Wales, find a favourite - and pair it with a variety of fresh gourmet appetizers or delicious meal.
One of Sydney’s largest celebrations of food and wine, the Manly Food, Wine & Sustainability Festival’s traditional and much loved open-air format attracts an estimated 30,000 patrons over the weekend, drawn by one of the world’s most scenic beaches, beautiful harbour and the delectable range of quality food and wines on offer.
"Treat Street", located on Sydney Road between The Corso and Market Lane, will showcase a variety of quality "treats" for all tastes including cheeses and plentiful choices for the sweet tooth.
A major aim of the festival is to encourage patrons to enjoy great cuisine and wine, and also a more sustainable lifestyle in one of Australia’s most beautiful, cosmopolitan communities.
Manly Markets on the Beachfront for the 2013 Festival
Also of interest on the weekend is the Manly Markets which will be relocated along the beachfront for the weekend with new and creative additions to shopping experiences with something of interest for everyone.
“The Manly community values its beautiful environment as well as fine dining. As a community event, we continue to have a major focus on protecting the environment for residents and visitors alike during this year’s Manly Food, Wine & Sustainability Festival,” said Mayor of Manly, Jean Hay.
For further information about the 2013 Manly Food, Wine & Sustainability Festival, contact Manly Council on (02) 9976 1500