Sourced Southern Downs Flavours

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Sourced will be bringing an open air Southern Downs food, wine and flavours market to the WCU Stroll and Swing at the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival for 2016!

Festival goers will be treated to the regions' best and most delicious food and wine offerings, in a laid back street café atmosphere. There will be a variety of street-food on offer from stallholders, as well as hot coffee thanks to the Bluebird Kitchen's espresso van and Norco Milk. Stallholders include - Lirah Vinegar, Vivienne's Cottage, Cicada Woman, Seasonal Feast, Friendship Food, Suttons Juice Factory, Southern Downs Regional Council, Clarke's Honey, Ballandean Estate, Tillari Trotters, Baked By Liberty, Zest Pastries, Rivoli Farm, Sharon's Fresh Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables, Norco Milk and The Bluebird Kitchen.

Sponsored by the Southern Downs Regional Council, a proud supporter of local farmers and producers of quality food and beverage products, the new Festival element will be one not to be missed.

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Event Dates

30 July 2016

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Public Telephone
  • Shop

Event Venues


Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival
Address:
Palmerin Street
Warwick
Queensland, Australia 4370

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
Palmerin Street
Warwick,
Queensland
Australia

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