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Holy Cheesus! Brisbane Is Getting A Cheese Festival

By Erin Curtain
5th Sep 2017


We can’t even at this point. First cheese cafes and restaurants serving up raclette and now this? Brisbane has officially gone cheese crazy and we are all for jumping on that bandwagon!

Cheesiness is next to godliness in our eyes, and Brisbane’s newest, tastiest festival clearly knows this. The highly anticipated Cheese To Please Festival will be kicking off Sunday 1st October to grant all of your lactose-filled fantasies. Cheese lovers, it is your duty to flock to Newstead House for a day filled with every cheese you can imagine. We're talking the sharpest of cheddars to the softest of camembert. For those of you who thought you would only ever see those massive wheels of cheese in Madeline, think again. This festival will show you that cheese is so much more than just coagulated milk. Cheese is life.

Of course you can’t have cheese without wine, and there will be plenty of quality drops flowing on the day as well as champagne, beer, and cider to pair with your perfect fromage. All this plus live music and this festival is bound to be, er, feta than anything you have ever experienced before. Brie you there!


What: Cheese to Please Festival
When: 10am–5pm, Sunday 1st October
Where: Newstead House

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Image credit: I love nature 

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