Australia’s biggest gin festival is about to land in Sydney so clear your calendars and grab your crew.
Introducing the Fever-Tree Gin & Tonic Festival, a three-day blowout dedicated to all things G&T and the one place around Sydney you’ll be able to dive into 30 local and international gins. You can also expect a next level “Gin Village”, home to a range of top drops from the likes of Four Pillars Gin, Adelaide Hills Distillery, Hendricks and Beefeater. And if you’re kicking off Oct-Sober early, fear not, there’s also a heap of botanical spirits and Fever-Tree’s mixers to get around.
On the entertainment side of things, you’re also going to be pretty busy. Fever-Tree’s Gin & Tonic Festival will be slinging a solid line-up of DJ’s on the mainstage, and you can also get into Giant Jenga, chess, Connect 4 and hula hoops.
When you work up an appetite, hit the picnic hampers (available to purchase on the day) for antipasto-style nibbles or head to the food trucks for vendors like Nighthawk Diner and Taco Hawk. Mr Goaty Gelato will also be creating bespoke, one-off G&T infused gelato, especially for the festival.
Head here to grab tickets and for more info.
What: Fever-Tree Gin & Tonic Festival
When: Friday 27 September, 4pm – 10pm, Saturday 28 September, 2pm – 9pm, Sunday 29 September, 2pm – 8pm
Where: Rose Gardens, Centennial Parklands
Cost: $55 – $65
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Image credit: Mark Fiorito