Orange F.O.O.D Week will return 6 April until 15 April.
Tickets are now on sale for the 10-day festival which celebrates the produce and cool-climate wines the region is known for.
A nine-course foraging degustation through the vineyards, an autumnal grazing feast under the stars and a fresh produce packed journey by rail on the F.O.O.D Train are just some of the highlights of the event.
Other highlights include picnics and tastings among the vines; walk and talk tours; exclusive dinners, long table lunches and degustations; meet the producer sessions; cider and bread making workshops and local cheese, chocolate and honey sampling.
Now in its 27th year, Orange F.O.O.D Week is Australia’s longest-running regional food festival and the first to achieve ISO 20211 accreditation for sustainability.
“What started out as a passionate idea among a small group of dedicated local foodies has grown into one of Australia’s most loved food festivals, celebrating the abundance of sensational produce and producers who call our region home,” says president of Orange F.O.O.D Week, James Sweetapple.
For the full Orange F.O.O.D Week program and bookings, click here.