May Food Festivals

Oh, excuse me, I was just doing my jaw exercises.

Us foodies have to keep our face muscles in shape because you never know when we’ll find a foodie wonderland we just must chew into.

Wait. We do know! Melbourne food festivals. Here they are:

Good Food and Wine Show

Dates: 31st May – 2nd June

Location: Melbourne.

Cost: From $15


Oh foodies, this is why we jawacise! It’s the Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show time again! This year, they are featuring over 300 exhibitors plus live cooking shows and masterclasses.

Sample some of the finest culinary delights and wines from across Australia. Sweet, savory, both, and everything in between. Nom, nom, nom.

May Food Festivals

The Gabs Festival

May Food Festivals

Dates: 17th – 19th May

Location: Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton

Cost: TBC – Check the website


Joing the may food festivals lineup we have The Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular. Yeah, we’re Aussie’s, like we can let a beer festival pass by without including it here.

This year promises to be even bigger with 500+ beers from 200+ breweries across Australia and New Zealand.

Don’t worry, your foodie requirements will be taken care of too. Dronk resbonsibleeee…

Mother’s Day Food and Wine Festival

Dates: 11th – 12th

Location: Kryal Castle, Leighs Creek

Cost: From $26.50


Ok, sure, this one is a trek, but come on, a Mother’s Day food and wine festival at Kryal Castle.

There is nothing to say mother’s only!

I mean come on, who could say no to artisan delights, a glass of wine, and a Champion’s Joust?

Get on your horse, Mumma’s got some eatin’ to do!

May Food Festivals

Colbinabbin Silo Art Picnic and Wine Festival

June Food Festivals Melbourne

Dates: 5th May

Location: Colbinabbin

Cost: $40


Now here’s one for those looking for something a little off the beaten eggs if you will. Inspired by the humble picnic! Praise the foodie gods because, huh?

For 60 years from the late nineteenth century through the early twentieth, the Colbinabbin Picnic was the place to be.

Apparently. So there’s that and there is the amazing silos painted by Tin Bowtell. It’s a sight. Oh, and you get a custom-made wine glass. I’m convinced.

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