Cheese Lovers Festival

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A table topped with a platter of cheese, a bottle and glass of red wine, crusty white bread, an open pomegranate, fruit paste and nuts
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The Hunter Valley's cheese festival comes to Sydney

Sydney's love affair with cheese is so great that we have drawn this festival closer to us like gravity. The Cheese Lovers Festival is back, and this time it's happening in Sydney. For the first time the Kurrajong Kitchen Cheese Lovers Festival is setting up at the Brazilian Fields in Centennial Parkland where there will be 50 stalls showcasing cheese, and it's close accompaniments, wine, beer, and deli goods.

They'll be hosting a three-course cheese lunch, workshops, an international cheese district, a VIP picnic tent, and an amateur fancy cheese cake competition. Plus there'll be a vegan cheese stall so you can learn how to cater to your plant-based pals. 

Prepare for all the cheddar, comte, gruyere, brie, camembert and goat's cheese you can handle - the cheese dreams will be worth it.

By: Time Out editors


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