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Swan Hill Region Food & Wine Festival

0407 826 177

10 - 12 Mar 2017

The Swan Hill Region Food and Wine Festival is a three day event featuring, festivities, tastings, entertainment and food and wine focused happenings all over town.

Take a cruise on the PS Pyap and enjoy fine food, wine and music as the old paddle boat makes its way along the Murray.

Collect your wine glass on entry to the festival at the Pioneer Settlement then taste your way around the region at the many fine food and wine stalls as you take in the music, festivities and entertainment.

Indulge in a fine dining experience at one of the many great restaurants around town or just pack up a picnic basket filled with fresh produce of the region and settle back on the banks of the Murray to take it all in.

The largest event of the weekend is on Saturday at the Pioneer Settlement in Swan Hill, with food and wine stalls, music and entertainment featuring Australia's iconic Russell Morris.

Come along and celebrate Swan Hill region's abundant locally produced food and wine and enjoy country hospitality at its finest.

Visit our website for a detailed program.

Content: Swan Hill Incorporated

Price & booking

Cost

Type Entry cost
Adult
Festival entrance - Saturday is $15.00 and $5. Cruises on the PS Pyap include drinks, cruise and food for $75.
$15.00 - $75.00

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Facilities:
  • Car park
  • Shop

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