Where is this year going? May already!

Well, lucky we have some amazing and unique festivals this month for your foodie delights!

Good Food and Wine Show


Dates: 19th – 21st May
Location: Melbourne.
Cost: From $15


The Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show is THE event to be at for all you food and wine lovers out there!

With tons of exhibitors showing off their amazing products, you can try some of the best food and wine from around the world.
Plus, there are cooking demonstrations and talks from celebrity chefs and experts in the industry, so you can learn about all the latest and greatest trends in the culinary world.


Click HERE to view the Good Food and Wine Show website

Melbourne International Dumpling Festival

The Gabs Festival


Dates: 19th – 21st May
Location: Melbourne.
Cost: TBC – Check the website


Hey beer lovers! Have you heard of GABS?

It’s short for the Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular – a festival celebrating craft beer in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and more!

With over 500 different beers from 200+ breweries, you can sample as many as you want (within reason!) while enjoying food trucks, live music, and competitions.

You’ll already be in Melbourne for the Good Food and Wine Show, so why not drop by the Gabs Festival too?



Click HERE to view the Gabs Festival website


Flavour Fest 2022

Streets of Melbourne – South Wharf


Dates: 29th – 30th May (6pm-10pm)
Location: South Wharf
Cost: $100


This one is a little exclusive as you’ll need to be a Rotarian to attend, but we’re including it here because this event shows appreciation to those making a difference for everyone.

If you are a Rotarian, head along for a great evening after attending the Rotary International Convention.
The local restaurants come together to offer a variety of cuisine with locally sourced offerings and drinks.

Tickets are first in first served so don’t wait.


Click HERE to view the Streets of Melbourne website


Swiss Festival Australia 2022

Kalorama Chestnut Festival


Dates: 7th May
Location: Kalorama Memorial Reserve
Cost: $5 per car (proceeds go to the Ferny Creek Club Scouts)


This one is sure to be a fun day out and it is a fundraising event!

Running for over 30 years, this annual event is hosted by Mt Dandenong Preschool and Mt Dandenong Primary School.
The festival highlights the local products of the area and you can try a variety of chestnut-themed food and drinks while enjoying live music and local performers.
And of course, there is plenty for the kids!


Click HERE for more info


Kalorama Chestnut Festival

This month promises to be full of variety so get your foodie pants on (you know, the ones with elastic instead of buttons), and head into May like your tastebuds depend on it!