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Taste the Flavours of Mudgee

This weekend Mudgee will come alive for the annual Flavours of Mudgee Street Festival, taking place on Saturday 24 September.

A part of the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival, Flavours of Mudgee brings locals and visitors alike into the Mudgee CBD to join in on one big party with the region’s best local food, produce and wine alongside some great music and entertainment. 

There will be over 70 delicious stalls offering up a wide range of locally produced food, with everything from Nepalese momos to artisan icecream and Venezuelan cuisine, plus lots, lots more.

Of course there will also be a host of Mudgee’s award winning wine on offer, in a setting that can’t be beat with the clock tower serving as an iconic backdrop.

The Flavours of Mudgee Festival is a unique event and a celebration that’s not to be missed. Just makes sure to bring your appetite along because you’ll probably want to try a little bit of everything while you’re there.

Keep in mind that if you’re driving into town on Saturday that roads will be closed on Market St between Perry and Lewis Streets, and Church St between Short and Mortimer Streets.

The festival will kick off from 4pm in the Mudgee CBD.

For more information, visit www.flavoursofmudgee.com.au. It’s also worth following the event on Facebook to find out more about all of this year’s stallholders.

Celebrate all the Flavours of Mudgee

Wine, food and entertainment will take over Market Street tomorrow (Saturday, September 26) for the highly anticipated Flavours of Mudgee street festival.

Arguably one of the biggest events of the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival, Flavours of Mudgee provides locals and visitors with a chance to experience a unique dining experience right in the heart of the Mudgee CBD.

From 4pm, Market Street will come alive with over 60 stalls from Mudgee’s best food and wine producers. Festival-goers can wander through the stalls, sipping on wine and trying everything from traditional Aussie fare to tasty exotic treats for dinner.

A new tasting token system is being introduced to the festival this year. For $10, you will be able to purchase a souvenir festival glass along with ten tasting tokens. One token equals one taste. Glasses of wine will also be available for $5, or you will be able to purchase a bottle of wine at cellar door prices from the individual stallholders to enjoy with the delicious food and local produce on offer.

The Flavours of Mudgee Festival is going to make for some seriously good fun tomorrow evening, just don’t forget to bring along your appetite!

For all further details about the event, visit www.flavoursofmudgee.com.au or follow Flavours of Mudgee on Facebook.

Will you be heading along to Flavours of Mudgee tomorrow?

Flavours of Mudgee this weekend!

Mudgee’s Market Street will come to life this Saturday as part of the Flavours of Mudgee street festival, which is arguably one of Mudgee’s favourite parts of the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival.

Flavours of Mudgee will kick off from 4pm and it will feature 60 local stallholders who will be serving up the best wine, food and produce that the local region has to offer, so it’s a good idea to bring a healthy appetite along.

There will also be local bands, art on display and balloons for children, all to complement the sumptuous food and wine on offer and the surrounds of our great town.

You can expect to see most of Mudgee out at the festival, including a few of the Professionals Mudgee Real Estate team.

For those who plan to travel into town on Saturday, keep in mind that Market Street will be closed between Church Street and Perry Street from 2pm and won’t be reopening until about 9pm.

Flavours of Mudgee is completely free to attend, so there’s no excuse to miss out. To find out more details about the event, call 02 6378 2850.

Will you be heading to Flavours of Mudgee this Saturday?


The Mudgee Wine and Food Festival 2014

The Mudgee region is famous for its wines, so it’s no surprise that one of our most popular events of the year is the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival.

Most of September is dedicated to the wine and food festival and discovering all the exquisite local wines and produce that Mudgee is celebrated for.

As always, there will be some great events on during the festival including the iconic ‘Go Tasting’ and ‘Go Grazing’ where diners get to experience some of Mudgee’s finest foods, and the ‘Flavours of Mudgee’ street festival with lots of markets, entertainment and fun, just to name a few.

Most local wineries, restaurants, cafes, galleries and other businesses in the Mudgee region get involved in the festival, so there is sure to be plenty of things to see, do and taste next month, making it a great time to visit Mudgee.

If you want to start planning out what to attend during the festival, you can find this year’s festival program at www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au.

This year’s festival will run from Friday 12 September until Monday 6 October.

We would love to hear which part of the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival is everyone’s favourite – so let us know by leaving a comment.

Come and enjoy all the Flavours of Mudgee

Flavours of Mudgee CrowdThis Saturday, September 28, Mudgee CBD will spring to life from 4pm as all the flavours of the Mudgee Region hit our streets as part of this year’s Mudgee Wine and Food Festival.  Our Professionals Mudgee Real Estate team are looking forward to enjoying dinner in the street, tasting all the delicious local wines, food and produce on offer.  Of course all the mouth-watering meals and wines will be set off by the festival-like atmosphere, with our famous clock tower serving as the stunning backdrop.

To ensure everybody’s safety, roads between Church Street and Perry Street will be closed from 2pm in anticipation of the evening’s festivities.  From 4pm you’ll be able to wander the streets, feasting your way through all of Mudgee’s finest delicacies.  And of course entry is absolutely FREE.

Make sure you spread the word to all your family and friends. 

The party is in Mudgee this Saturday, and it’s going to be one not to be missed