I'm a freelance writer living in Brisbane who loves exploring quirky places with my dog. Join me on my quest to find, experience, and share fun things to do and interesting places to go.Please subscribe if you enjoy the articles.
Cheese lovers, listen up. The Brisbane Cheese Festival (Cheese to Please) will be hitting Brisbane this October with an assortment of sweet and savoury delights.
Visitors are invited to indulge in a cheese tasting journey and learn all about your favourite cheese and how to craft the perfect cheese platter whilst enjoying wine and beer master classes at the same time. From camembert to cheddar and Gouda to Brie, cheese is on the menu at this festival, people.
The Festival will be set against the beautiful backdrop of historic Newstead House in the suburb of the same name and on the northern banks of the Brisbane River.
Newstead House is Brisbane's oldest surviving residence and was built as a small cottage in the Colonial-Georgian style in 1846. The cottage was later extended and painted and furnished in a late Victorian style. Surely it is one of the prettiest and romantic places in Brisbane to enjoy cheese.
Cheese To Please is free and is on October 1, 2017 running from 10am to 5pm