Join Sydney Wine Festival October 14 & 15 in the Grand Pavilion at Rosehill Racecourse

Sydney wine festival- Buy Tickets online

The Sydney Wine Festival is being held at Rosehill Racecourse and is a wine lover’s paradise with 60 fantastic NSW wineries that will be showcasing over 350 different wines.

There will be 15 fabulous food stalls to tantalise your tastebuds, educational wine master classes and sensational live entertainment to liven up the party! With free parking plus convenience to reach the venue on trains and buses it is more fun.

Buying your tickets online will help you take a seat to win a trip to Mudgee, the Hunter Valley or a Porsche Centre Parramatta Drive the Range Experience! Also you will save money, avoid the queues and you’re in the draw to win.

Buy tickets online for Sydney wine festival

Where to buy tickets?

To take part in the festival tickets are available online. Also you can buy tickets here. Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Early Bird- Adults (18+ years) online early bird price – $25.00 plus booking fee
  • At the door – Adults (18+ years) – $30.00
  • Free Entry – 17 years and younger

Ticket price include:

Festival Entry: 1 Branded wine tasting glass, 10 wine tasting tickets. For festival program you have free live entertainment, free parking as said above.

The wine tasting event starts on Saturday 14th October at 10.30 am and ends the same day at 6.00 pm and on Sunday 15th October it starts at 10.30 am and ends at 5.00 pm.  Rosehill Racecourse is located at the corner of James Ruse Drive and Grand Avenue, Rosehill. Public transport to the venue is easy with a train station and bus stop right at the racecourse. To plan your trip go to https://transportnsw.info/

Buy tickets online for Sydney wine festival

Sydney Wine Festival takes the responsible service of alcohol very seriously therefore all festival visitors aged between the ages of 15 to 17 years of age or appearing to be between the ages of 15 to 17 will be issued with a red wrist band which they are to wear throughout the time they are attending the festival. This is to ensure that they are obvious to staff and for their own protection, are not served alcohol.

Note that no food or drink is to be taken into the festival venue. Security bag checks will be in place at the festival entrance and any food or drinks found will be confiscated and disposed of.

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