The festival will explore how produce is grown in this region, where it is grown, where consumers may access it, how to prepare it, use it, eat it and drink it. The festival goes over a full weekend and visitors are encouraged to stay overnight and experience all the region has to offer.
You will be able to look around at the restaurants, cafes and bars of Bungendore. Take your time over Harvest Festival meals which will be showcasing locally sourced food and beverages. These will all be prepared for you by the talented cooks, chefs, baristas and bartenders that this region is so well known for.
FRIDAY Starting Friday evening, and continuing throughout the weekend, local food venues will showcase locally sourced food and drinks on their menus.
There will be heaps of market stalls from farmers and producers growing, sourcing and producing within the Southern Harvest Region. There will also be local businesses and community organisations having stalls.
Sunday visitor will get the chance to look around further afield. They will be able to see for themselves that Bungendore and surrounds have regional food, wine and produce areas. Visitors can take part in farm and winery tours, taste the freshest and finest local food, and go to half-day, intensive courses all about farming, producing, making and creating.
There is also going to be a long table lunch in Bungendore at 1.00 pm on Sunday. This will be a perfect day for people to go on tours and courses in the morning and afternoon, and then on to a community lunch in the middle!
Bungendore is located on the Kings Highway between Canberra and Braidwood. Once you arrive in Bungendore you will see it is a small village that you can easily walk around. It is accessible by car, bus or train from Sydney, Canberra or the coast.
By car - check out this link if you wish to drive there.
Route 850 from Queanbeyan to Bungendore
Murrays Coaches travel from Canberra to Narooma via Bungendore Daily.
Trains from Sydney, Goulburn and Canberra operate 3 times daily