Husk Harvest Festival
G'day folks. To celebrate the 2023 Husk Rum Harvest and the release of our new Australian Cultivated Rum (ACR) , the inaugural Husk Rum Harvest Fest is happening in July 2023.
Come down between 10am-7pm for local and Caribbean music, freshly crushed cane juice, rolling distillery tours and so much more! For the kids we have a petting zoo and lawn games from 10am-2pm.
The fun doesn't stop there - we'll be running a cane javelin competition, hosting unique rum experiences and raffling off chooks for charity.
For the cane farmers - do you have the biggest stick!? We'll be running a sugar cane growers competition, with a $250 cash prize and bottle of Husk Pure Cane Rum to be given to the farmer who enters the biggest cane stick by width and length. Bring it along on the day to enter and claim glory.
To top it off, the Tweed Regional Museum on Wheels will be making its debut on the lawns of Husk. Come down and learn about the rich history of cane farming in the Tweed.
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Caters for people who use a wheelchair.
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