Food and Wine Events

We'll show you a good time

South Australia loves its food and wine - so will you.

South Australia's restaurants and wineries are superb, and its calendar of gourmet events is first class. Find fresh produce at a regional farmers market. Enjoy the local flavour at gourmet weekends in the Barossa and Clare Valley. Learn from some of the best chefs in the world at Tasting Australia. Delight in Tastes of the Outback in the state’s north. There’s plenty to keep you satisfied.

Eat, drink and be merry in South Australia. 

What's on now

  • Schützenfest

    Schutzenfest 2015

    To be held for the first time at Rymill Park, amongst the shady trees and green grass right in the heart of Adelaide, Schützenfest 2015 will be where all the action happens. Come and enjoy the Marktplatz and authentic German village like atmosphere featuring traditional German food and drink. 30 and 31 January.

  • Cellar Door Wine Festival - Adelaide

    Cellar Door Wine Festival

    Meet, taste and discover thousands of South Australia's finest wines and tasty treats at the multi award winning annual Cellar Door Wine Festival- Adelaide. Showcasing internationally renowned brands through to niche boutique producers, the festival provides the ultimate day out for wine and food lovers. 20 to 22 February.

  • Love Langhorne Creek

    Love Langhorne Creek

    Langhorne Creek Cabernet and Shiraz are already well-known and loved, but this years' Love Langhorne Creek Festival will provide the opportunity for wine lovers to taste intriguing wines and experience a wine region with a difference. Discover varieties from across the globe as cellar doors embrace the origins of their alternative grape varieties. 7 and 8 February.

Major events

Adelaide Night Market

It's back! Held near Government House every Sunday from 5pm.

Love Langhorne Creek

2 days of tasting great wines from this great region.

Community events

Unearthed @ Seppeltsfield

Enjoy Barossa food, wine and entertainment in the vineyards.

TeAro Unplugged

Chill out with a little folk and blues and try the new grazing platter.

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