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Upcoming events and festivals

Queensland is so much more than reef, rainforest and beaches.

With the majority of Queensland being used for agricultural production, it should be no surprise that some of the most mouth-watering produce also comes from this big, beautiful state.

One way to sample the culinary delights in one location, is to attend a food festival or agricultural show.

Here’s a map of Queensland tourism regions to help you plan your journey.

Brisbane

Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival (30 July – 1 August)

Regional Flavours

Scenic Rim Eat Local Week (26 June - 4 July 2021)

Tastes of Moreton Bay (1 August – 19 September 2021)

Winter Harvest Festival (3 July 2021)

Sunshine Coast

Rosella Festival (2022)

Southern Queensland Country

Baconfest (20-22 August 2021)

Chinchilla Melon Festival (2022)

Stanthorpe Apple and Grape Harvest Festival (25 February - 6 March 2022)

Bundaberg, North Burnett, Fraser Coast

Hervey Bay Seafood Festival (8 August 2021)

Gayndah Orange Festival (25-27 June 2021)

Capricorn, Gladstone

AG-Grow Emerald (24-26 June 2021)

Capricorn Food and Wine Festival (23-26 September 2021)

Central Highlands Easter Sunflower Festival (Easter)

Mackay Whitsunday

Greater Whitsunday Farmers' Markets

Greater Whitsunday Food Network

Outback Queensland

Julia Creek Dirt N Dust Festival (2022)

Cloncurry Stockmans Challenge & Campdraft (13-18 July 2021)

Mount Isa Mines Rodeo (12-15 August 2021)

Outback Food, Wine & Music Festival (11 September 2021)

Tropical North Queensland

Feast of the Senses (2022)

Last updated: 09 Jun 2021