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Heritage Bank Festival of Food & Wine

Heritage Bank Festival of Food & Wine

For three mouth-watering days you can sample the world-famous produce of Southern Queensland Country, all in one location. Treat yourself to incredible flavours, produce and wine fresh from the bountiful pastures, orchards and wine vineyards of the region. The talent at this year's festival is blooming great, don't miss a beat! Join us for cool concert sounds from some of Australia's most popular bands and musicians, while you enjoy fine food and wine at the Heritage Bank Festival of Food & Wine.

Location

Upper Queens Park, Margaret & Lindsay Sts, Toowoomba (Google map)

Cost

 Ticket type 3 day pass

(available 1 July – 17 Sept)

Presale 1 day pass

(available 1 July – 1 Aug)

General 1 day pass

(available from 2 Aug)

 Adult $90  $40 $45
 Concession / student* $75  $35 $40
 Child (13 years & under)** $35  $15  $15
 Adult + Child $105  $50 $55
 Aged pensioner (Friday only)  $15 (at the gate until 1pm)

*Concession price is available to seniors, pensioners and veterans with a current and valid card. Student price is available to school and tertiary students with a current and valid ID card.
**Please note children aged 2 years and under are free.

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FAQs

Where do I meet?

The Festival is located in Upper Queens Park, on the corner of Margaret St and Lindsay St, Toowoomba. The main entrance is located on Margaret St.

What are the parking options?

Limited parking is available around Queens Park on Margaret St, Lindsay St and Hume St. For a hassle-free weekend, take advantage of the Free Festival Shuttle bus on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September. Simply park your car at Kearney Springs Sporting Ground or Picnic Point parking on Heller Street, jump on the bus and let someone else do the driving.

What can I bring into the Festival?

Outside food and drink is not permitted inside the Festival due to Food & Liquor Licensing laws. The following items are NOT permitted in the Festival: fireworks, illicit drugs, non-media accredited recording devices, laser lights, glow sticks, animals, any other illegal or dangerous items.

Free Festival Shuttle – Saturday 19 Sept & Sunday 20 Sept

Avoid the hassle of trying to find a car park at one of our post popular Carnival destinations. Simply park at Kearney’s Spring Park (Google Map) in one of the designated parking zones (Cnr Ruthven & Spring Sts) or Picnic Point Park (Google Map), and hop on the next free shuttle to Lindsay St, Queens Park.

Got some questions – find the answers here  FESTIVAL FAQS

 

Posted by info@tcof.com.au in 18 September 2020, 19 September 2020, 20 September 2020, Food & Wine, Homepage, Music