Win Food + Wine Festival Fun

Win Food + Wine Festival Fun

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Enter our competition for your chance to win a double weekend pass to the Festival Precinct at the Moreton Bay Food and Wine Festival.

The package includes front row seats to watch Matt Golinski cooking up a seafood storm on the Seafood Cooking Stage presented by USC and a meet and greet with Matt Golinski.

There’s also a ’50s-style Smeg espresso manual coffee machine valued at $450 to be won.

Weekend passes are usually valued at $30 per person, plus booking fee.

Prize details


The best of the region’s culinary delights will be on show for the Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival, and we’re giving Moreton Daily & Dolphins News readers the chance to win front row seats. 

Enter our competition for your chance to win a double weekend pass to the festival, where you can catch cooking demos by some of the biggest names in the food world, listen to live music and sample local produce. 

The pass comes with a free festival cup so you can sip beverages at pop-up bars dotted throughout the precinct. 

Our prize includes front row seats to watch Matt Golinski weave his magic on the Seafood Cooking Stage presented by USC and a meet and greet with the talented chef. 

Continue the culinary encounter at home, with a ’50s-style Smeg espresso manual coffee machine to be won. 

Entries open at 9am on Thursday, July 1 and close at midnight on Monday, July 5. 

Visitors to the festival precinct can soak up the winter sun as they make their way along the foreshore overlooking Moreton Bay – or get the party started early at Friday night’s free launch party, presented by Traders in Purple. 

There will be stage entertainment, roving performers, food vendors and the iconic festival tipis, with Funk n Stuff cranking out the tunes. You can also learn new skills during masterclasses.

Discover Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival.

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