Food and Wine In NSW
Taste the delectable delights of NSW, from elegant wines and organic produce in the beautiful countryside to fresh seafood on the gorgeous coast. Enjoy paddock to plate dining at stylish restaurants and classic country pubs, or create your own delicious meals with ingredients from rural farmers markets.
Wine in NSW
Regional NSW has 14 distinctive wine regions, including Australia’s oldest wine region the Hunter Valley and the cool climate areas of Orange, Tumbarumba and the Southern Highlands. Take a winery tour, lunch at one of the many excellent winery restaurants or spend a night amongst the vines at a range of vineyard accommodation.
Restaurants in NSW
Indulge your tastebuds at an array of exceptional restaurants. The annual Good Food Guide has awarded two chefs hats to Muse Restaurant in the Hunter Valley, Biota Dining in the Southern Highlands and Fleet in Brunswick Heads.
Enjoy dinner overlooking the ocean at one of the many coastal restaurants. Visit Yamba for exceptional prawns or Australia’s Oyster Coast for delicious oysters. In the Snowy Mountains, dine in some of NSW’s highest restaurants in Charlotte Pass and Thredbo.
Food and wine trails
Follow one of the many food and wine trails, to discover NSW’s excellent produce, including cheese, truffles, and olive oil. Buy a mouth-watering variety of fresh seasonal produce and handcrafted delights at rural farmers markets and gain tips on how best to prepare your food.
Take part in one of the many classes and workshops and learn how to make pasta, paella and a whole host of culinary joys. Wine enthusiasts can enrol in Wine School in the Hunter Valley and cheese lovers can learn the art of cheese making in the lush dairy country of the Coffs Coast.
Food and wine festivals and events
Check out the exciting events calendar for food and wine festivals, and country fairs and shows, such as the Taste Riverina Festival, Mudgee Wine and Food Festival, and the Northern Rivers Harvest Food Festival in Byron Bay.