The Noosa Woods will be transformed into a wine and produce village for this year’s Noosa Food and Wine Festival from 19 – 21 May. The woods will become a short-stay home to more than 30 wineries ready for festival attendees to taste some of the best wines, while some of the region’s best producers, cheese makers and sauministi will make sure no one goes hungry.

The Festival will host a great selection of bars offering a variety of beverages. At the heart of The Woods will be the vineyard themed Dal Zotto Prosecco Bar, featuring Prosecco cocktails and Cicchetti dishes created by Noosa Boathouse. Other bars featured this year include Sticks Wine and Cheese Bar, Asahi Super Dry Oyster Bar, Sunset Lounge presented by Miss Moneypenny’s and the Cider Lab Harvest Bar.

The Woods will also welcome an incredible music takeover.

Billed as ‘FOR THOSE WHO KNOW’, festival-goers can expect to see performances from Hugo Gruzman, Jimmy 2 Sox, Surahn, Wealth, Greg Sara and Tim Sullivan. Australian dance music royalty will be teaming up for the weekend, with artists whose credits include Flight Facilities, Empire Of The Sun and The Swiss. Spread over the course of three magical nights, this troupe of DJs, producers, musicians and vocalists will give the Festival’s after dark activities some serious disco edge.

Hilary McNevin is set to host the festival chefs on the cooking stage as they share their tricks of the trade. The lineup includes Sat Bains, Geoff Lindsay, Adam D’yslva, Alessandro Pavoni, Frank Camorra, Giovanni Puli, Matt Golinksi, Monty Kuludrovic, Luke Mangan, Massimo Mele, Jake Nicholson, Ben Williamson, Ben O’Donoghue, Ian Curley and Jo Barrett.

Festival Director Maria Crews says that The Woods wine and produce village should be on all festival attendees’ to-do lists this year.

“The Woods wine and produce village is a must-attend and should be added to your festival to do list! Visitors can walk around the village and meet, taste and buy wines from 30 winemakers. We will also beshowcasing the best produce from the region – I recommend that you taste the produce and meet the growers from Slow Food Noosa and Noosa Farmers Market. We have a great line-up of music for the Festival Sunset Sets and the best part is, all entertainment is included in your ticket price!” she said.

The Woods will run on the Friday from 5pm until 10pm, from 11am until 10pm on Saturday and from 11am until 5pm on Sunday. Tickets include a first glass of wine and a Plumm wine glass to keep. Children aged 12 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased here.

Indulge Magazine is offering readers the chance to win 2x double passes to The Woods. To enter, email with ‘The Woods’ in the subject line.

Read another story about the Noosa Food and Wine Festival, here.