Where to grab a bite at the Festival

 

If you’re settling in for a full day of Festival-ing, you’ll need to know the whereabouts of fine coffee and food (and where you can get a glass of wine, G&T or ale to wash it down). Whether you’re after tapas, farmhouse cheeses, authentic pho or a quick pastry and coffee between sessions, we’ve got something for you. 

 

Festival Mess Hall at Carriageworks

Serving breakfast, lunch & dinner, 8.30am-8pm

 

Smoking Gun Bagels

Gourmet versions of the much-loved bread with a hole, Smoking Gun uses the finest local ingredients by local suppliers.

 

Wholegreen Bakery

Truly delicious and handmade gluten-free baked goods.

 

Agapé Organic Restaurant

Serving a variety of foods, including tapas, spelt pizzas, and desserts, Agapé prides itself in marrying flavours and creating dishes which are delicious and nutritious.

 

Moobi Valley

Specialists in black angus beef, Moobi Valley’s free range, 100% grass fed produce is juicy and delectable, made more so by a range of sauces, condiments, relishes and other goodies.

 

Simon Johnson

With a variety of specialty artisan and farmhouse cheeses on offer, Simon Johnson will be your go-to for anything savoury.

 

Dessertmakers
Offering a range of sweets, including their famous crumpets, Dessertmakers will be your one-stop shop to lull your sugar cravings.

 

Bar Pho

Beautiful, authentic pho made with slow-cooked broth and fresh ingredients.

 

Flour and Stone

Classic inspired pastries baked in a rustic way, including lemon drizzle cakes, fine apple tarts, and a lamington that makes some go weak at the knees.

 

Fresh Pop Up

The Fresh Pop Up lunch and dinner menu ranges from delicious sandwich rolls, to organic pizzas and doughnut pops to warm up the appetite. Our pop up is also the exclusive bar at the Festival Mess Hall selling an array of beverages including Bunnamagoo Wines, Young Henrys Brew and Archie Rose Gin.

Coffee

Essential fuel for the Festival-goer: freshly roasted coffee will never be far away with multiple purveyors at the precinct.

Cornerstone 

Cornerstone Bar and Food offers a delicious selection of honest and affordable dishes on its all-day dining menu - with casual lunch and dinner menus featuring shared plates and more. The bar offers a great line up of beverages including locally crafted beer, international and local wines.

 

At the Bar


A range of Bunnamagoo Estate Wines, locally crafted beer from Young Henrys, and bespoke gin cocktails from boutique distillery Archie Rose will be available from the Cornerstone, the Theatre Bar, and the Fresh Pop Up and the Festival Messhall.

 

Seymour Centre

9am-5pm

 

Agapé Organic Restaurant

Serving a variety of foods, including tapas, spelt pizzas, and desserts, Agapé prides itself in marrying flavours and creating dishes which are delicious and nutritious.

 

Coffee

Essential fuel for the Festival-goer: freshly roasted coffee be available at multiple coffee stands.

 

Barbeque 

Enjoy barbequed delicacies the courtyard.

 

Seymour Centre Bars

A range food, wine, beer and spirits will be available from the Seymour Centre bars.