Food and Wine Trails
Explore New South Wales’ dedicated food and wine trails to discover outstanding cellar door experiences, specialist providores, local farmers markets and gourmet restaurants to indulge in during your visit.
Explore these NSW food and wine trails
The Hunter Valley is Australias oldest and most visited wine region, with outstanding local produce complementing the award-winning wine of local vignerons. Explore the Around Hermitage Hunter Valley Food and Wine Trail to taste wines that are only available at the cellar door and discover handcrafted cheeses, marinated olives, succulent slow-cooked meats and more.
The 100 Mile Diet concept originated in Canada 10 years ago when one couple pledged to only eat produce from within a 100 mile (160 km) radius of their home town for one year. In NSW, the Orange food and wine region has embraced the concept with its own 100 Mile Diet tour of the region which takes in towns from Dubbo to Cowra and Parkes to Lithgow. Download the 100 Mile Directory which lists all food producers and suppliers located within 100 miles of Orange. Taste the cool-climate wines that Orange is renowned for by downloading a cellar door map and visiting the regions top wineries.
The Echuca Moama Food and Wine Trail highlights a selection of the finest food and wine experiences on offer in these twin towns that are separated by the tranquil Murray River. Dine in heritage buildings, visit farm gates, sample wine in cellar doors or drop into a winery via a paddlesteamer.
The Hawkesbury Harvest is a country experience on the doorstep of Sydney that reveals the best farm gate trails across a range of areas including the Hawkesbury, Wollondilly and the South Coast.
The Poachers Way is a meandering self-drive gourmet trail based around the Canberra district. The trail showcases an innovative range of experiences to discover when visiting the region, including local wines, restaurants, galleries and rural getaways.
Farmers markets across NSW are a great source for finding the best seasonal produce in the one convenient location. Enjoy the freshest local produce while supporting local farmers.
Cafe Sofala restaurant, Sofala,Central NSW. Image Hamilton Lund
Asian fruit and food tour at Cabramatta, Sydney west.