Grown from a small country fair in a short few years to a very interesting regional show with lots to offer. Local restaurants and producers combine to highlight the quality of the area, what it produces and its lifestyle.
Ulladulla's Festival of Food & Wine by the Sea is a very popular South Coast Event attracting lovers of fine food, wine and entertainment from near and far. The Milton-Ulladulla Chamber of Tourism & Business Inc presents the Festival to be staged over the weekend of 15-17 August, which is planned to be even bigger and better than before.
Held in August the Festival offers the opportunity to sample the fare of award wining local restaurants, quality primary produce and the opportunity for your palate to be educated by the talents of our local winemakers. Enjoy a short break in Paradise.
This event has been developed to showcase the excellent quality of local restaurants, primary producers and wineries in the unforgettable surrounds of the South Coast in New South Wales. The grounds of the Ulladulla Civic Centre, adjacent to the sparkling Harbour, offer the ideal setting for Ulladulla's Festival of Food & Wine by the Sea. There are many special features that make this festival a must for your diary. We'll work some magic to heighten and delight your senses.
Friday, 15 August - Beachside Gourmet BBQ, will be held at the Mollymook Surf Club, during the hours of 6.00pm-8.30pm. With local chefs working together using local produce, to tantalise the taste buds. The food will be expertly matched with a selection of Boutique Beers. Limited tickets available at $30.00.
Saturday, 16 August - Expo of South Coast Gourmet Produce and Wines, will be held at the Ulladulla Civic Centre, during the hours of 10am-2.30pm. From cheese to chestnuts to tea to truffles, showcasing the very best of gourmet produce and wine that the South Coast has to offer. Admission is $10 with a souvenir wine tasting glass.
Sunday, 17 August - Food & Wine Festival. The day becomes a festival of food and family fun in the grounds of the Civic Centre. Nine local restaurants will operate festival stalls serving up budget-priced plates of each chef's signature dishes. Last year's visitors learned to bring a healthy appetite for the gourmet fare on offer. Gold coin donation.