Moreton Bay Region is home to some of the world's best local produce, from the Bay to our hinterland farms and everywhere in between.
Everywhere you turn over the weekend, you’ll find this local produce showcased and celebrated.
More importantly, visitors will have plenty of chances to hear from and meet the local producers that are proudly handcrafting, growing, brewing, picking and catching the local produce, ready for us to enjoy at this year's Festival Precinct.
If you're looking to stock up on homemade and homegrown goodies, your first stop has to be the Local Tastes Pavilion.
Home to 24+ passionate artesian producers sampling their local specialties, you'll be spoilt for choice with the abundance of fresh produce and delicious treats served by the growers and makers themselves.
Meet with and hear from the producers on the Local Tastes Pavilion stage, including passionate foodie and proud Samford local Alastair McLeod live on stage Sunday at 10.30am.
Let the fun (and Instagram opportunities) beGIN!
We're so excited to welcome this iconic colour-changing Moreton Sunrise to this year's festival, which is equally stunning as it is delicious.
You can find the Moreton Sunrise Cocktail at any of the festival bars over the weekend.
Moreton Sunrise is produced by Laceys Hill Distilling Co, proud Moreton Bay Region locals and sponsor of this year's festival.
Does it get any better than this? We might be biased, but we can't think of a better place to dig into fresh seafood than in Moreton Bay, home of trawler fresh seafood.
Thanks to our famous friends at Morgans Seafood, you can pick up your very own fresh seafood all weekend long at the Festival Precinct. We’re talking fresh prawns and oysters, so make sure you pop by their stand at the Seafood + Wine Pavilion presented by USC.
There’s also plenty of deep-fried and battered seafood goodness to choose from.
The only thing better than sipping on a tasty beer or superb wine, is knowing that it's coming straight from the source!
Help us raise a glass to the homegrown providers producing top notch sips with love at this year's festival.
You'll find local craft brewers including Brendale Brewing Company, Scarborough Harbour Brewing and Thirsty Chiefs in the Craft Brews by the Bay presented by Slater and Gordon.
A visit to the festival wouldn't be complete without grabbing a glass from the region's only local winery, Ocean View Estates.
You can find Ocean View Estates at the Seafood + Wine Pavilion alongside a selection of SEQ favourites thanks to our friends at Treasury Wine Estates.