Food and Wine in NSW
NSW has a broad range of exciting and diverse wine regions. Taste award-winning drops at local wineries, vineyards and cellar doors on a guided or self-guided wine tour through the State's picturesque country roads.
The best of NSW food and wine
Quality produce, talented winemakers and some of Australia’s best restaurants can be found in thriving culinary hotspots across Regional NSW. Discover small towns, colourful growers markets and outstanding cellar doors that all serve up fabulous fare.
Located in historic cottages, convict-built pubs, at the foothills of mountains or overlooking beautiful bays and beaches, there are spectacular fine dining moments to be had in all parts of the state.
The farmers markets of NSW take produce from the earth, paddock or dairy and deliver it direct to shoppers. Enjoy the freshest local produce while supporting local farmers.
Stop to enjoy a pint in one of the State’s many large-scale and microbreweries and taste fresh local beer that captures the essence of individual districts across NSW.
Join a tour with like-minded foodies and go straight to the source to catch, pick or cook fresh local produce. Marvel at the makers, farmers and producers of some of the best food experiences NSW has to offer.
Great food and wine across NSW
Award-winning top-rated restaurants are liberally sprinkled across New South Wales from Leura to Orange, Byron Bay to Mildura with committed chefs attracted by the abundant, quality, seasonal produce. You can stock up on delicious gourmet goodies at the farm gate, artisan bakeries, family-owned wineries and the regular farmers markets that are now a tourist feature of most major NSW towns.
Stay for a short break or long weekend to enjoy a regional cooking class or wine tasting course in the Hunter Valley, Mudgee or the Southern Highlands. Impress your friends with rare vintages, organic hand-made cheeses and fresh seafood from some of the cleanest waters in the world or a box of succulent organic figs, juicy peaches or crisp apples.
On your travels you'll also discover that some foodie pleasures never fade. Lunch on the veranda of an old country pub, fish and chips on the beach, an afternoon cream tea in a quaint cafe or tasting fine wine made by a third generation wine-maker.