Wine Festivals Around Australia In 2019

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I was recently catching up on some of the wine blogs I follow, and I noticed fellow blogger, Carpe Travel, had the following great post up From A To Z: Top Wine Festivals In Every State Not To Miss and I thought it would be awesome to have an Australian version.

I love my wine festivals, so this is also going to be good for personal use. My hope is, that like my Wine Days Calendar, that’ll I’ll update this every year. So make sure you bookmark this blog post too!

Also if anyone would like to sponsor me to travel around the country and attend all these, feel free to contact me 😉

New South Wales

Victoria

Queensland

Western Australia

Having just moved from WA to VIC, I attended many wine festivals during my 6 years living in Perth. Here’s what you have to look forward to when it comes to WA & Perth wine festivals:

South Australia

Tasmania

Australian Capital Territory

Have I missed something? Drop me a line to let me know: casey@travellingcorkscrew.com.au

4 thoughts on “Wine Festivals Around Australia In 2019

  1. Hey Casey, You should check out End2End Festival in the Hunter Valley September! It is in it’s second year and so cool!

  2. Hey Steve, please let me know what festivals I might be missing. I know a number of festivals haven’t released their dates yet, so I haven’t included these in case they don’t run this year. In regards to the advertising on my blog, you won’t find transparency like I display here, on many other websites around the web. Advertising on blogs and websites is everywhere but no one actually writes they get paid for them in plain English. I fully disclose so my readers can choose whether to click on the ads or not, it’s overly professional. I appreciate you taking the time to share your opinion and if you have any further concerns, please contact me via casey@travellingcorkscrew.com.au Cheers!

  3. I think you are missing a lot of festivals, you need to do more research. I also find the reference to getting a commission from Dan Murphy’s purchases very bizarre and i dont think that is really very correct or professional.. anyway just my opinion. BTW been in the wine industry 30 years..

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