Just because it is cool doesn’t mean you need to stay indoors! Our great city has put together some of the Best Winter Food Festivals in Melbourne for 2019.
The city is known for its culture and really comes alive during the colder months. Music, food, wine, art and fun are all on offer in this fantastic city. Here are some of the best winter food festivals in Melbourne for 2019.
Good Food Month – 1-30 June
This year’s Melbourne program includes a cook off from Australia’s top pasta chefs, a new food hub and more. Top Aussie chefs, parties that are focused on food, and unique dining experiences that are bound to impress and delight are all happening. Let’s do Lunch brings you a series of $45 at some of Melbourne’s best restaurants. There are discount offers available all through the city too. This is a must for foodies – top of our list for best winter food festivals in Melbourne for 2019 – wear something that is a little stretchy!
Indian Festival – 27-28 July
Winter is the time for indulgence and what better way to enjoy than with authentic Indian food and festivities. Held at the Queen Victoria Markets the focus is on feasting on scrumptious Indian cuisine, Bollywood and Bhangra dancing, acoustic music and a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Come on down and celebrate.
The Winter Village at Fed Square
Based on top of the Skyline Terrace at Fed Square the Winter Village has an ice-skating rink, igloo village, an igloo drinking and dining hall, a sip bar, and a great feast menu. The cuisine is all winter based and you can even hire private igloos. This is a must to experience!
White Night Melbourne
This all-night art exhibition is happening city wide from Thursday August 22 to Saturday August 24.
The festival draws hundreds of thousands and runs across three major precincts. The best of art, entertainment and dining from Victoria and worldwide will be seen here. The program promises great music, culture and experiences – this includes some of the best fare around! Roads around Birrarung Marr, National Gallery of Victoria and Carlton Gardens will be closed during the festival.
For all of the best winter festivals in Melbourne for 2019, regularly check out Melbourne Food Festivals directory.