Head to the beach to sample local wine, beer and food at this long-running festival
Taste of Manly has been a drawcard for locals and visitors for 30 years – and we can see why. The food, wine and sustainability festival takes place by the beach and along the Corso and it includes sampling wines and local beers with friends, while musicians provide the soundtrack.
The event is part of Aussie Wine Month, and as many as 30,000 people attend over the two days each year. You can expect to find stalls from local restaurants like Daniel San, plus local brews from 4 Pines, Modus Operandi and Nomad Brewing Co.
The event is free to attend, but you’ll want to purchase a glass to sample the Hunter Valley wines from wineries like Peterson House, Pepper Tree Wines and Wynwood Estate. Glasses cost $10 and wines are $5 per sample.