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Top 3 Brisbane Events in July

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Published May 30th 2012
Calling all food lovers, these festivals in July are all about 'food and flavours' so they especially cater for you.


1: Brisbane French Festival - 14 July
Music, cuisine, wine, culture and entertainment all French inspired and set up to coincide with the celebration of Bastille Day or La Fête Nationale in France.

Expect market stalls, delicious French food, stage performances, music and french inspired artists, jewellers, sculptors and more.

The Kids Corner returns once again with activities for kids of any age. Enjoy face painting, fun workshops, french culinary demonstrations, puppet demonstrations and more.

Read more about this event on their website and weekendnotes article by Geraldine, here.

2: Delectable Food Festival, 16-29 July
This event is being hosted around the theme name of 'Food, Grow, Sounds' and sets out to celebrate from the 'ground' (what we grow), to the table', (what we eat). Positioning itself in and around the green spaces of Brisbane, the festival will locate itself in Southbank, the Botanical Gardens and Post Office Square. Expect to see demonstrations, entertainment and seminars, representing local produce, producers, local and national chefs.

Offering a combination of free and ticketed events. As a guide, ticketed range is from $30 - $45 (sound series), with some events over $50.
All event information available on the website and full event PDF program is available here.

Read about this event on weekendnote article here.

3: Regional Flavours, Food and Wine Festival, 21 - 22 July
This year will be the fourth for this event held in Brisbane. Themed and presented around the question "What does our food say about us?". So if you would like to know more about food and how it affects us, come along on these dates to the Southbank Parklands. Expect to explore a little, celebrate a little, and learn a little about healthy lifestyles, while being able to taste some yummy foods.

Learn how to plant your own pizza, pot up your herbs, put together deluxe lunchboxes, hunt out your beer, make gardens for small spaces and balconies and lots more. Check out the event program here.

And again, this lifestyle event is based around promoting local Queensland produce and representing the 'best' food and wine producers from regions including South Burnett, Granite Belt and Lockyer Valley. View website for all information.

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Why? Food and Wine, Fun and Entertainment, Learn and Grow
When: During July
Where: Around Brisbane
Cost: Free and ticketed combinations
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