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2020 F.O.O.D Week Program

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Orange F.O.O.D WEEK is leading the way in Culinary Tourism

What started out as an idea dreamt up by a small group of passionate local foodies three decades ago to showcase the provenance and rich diversity of the Orange region’s produce and to celebrate its producers and vignerons, has blossomed into a festival of national standing.

From humble beginnings, now in its’ 29th year the Orange F.O.O.D Week festival is Australia’s longest running regional food and wine festival and delivers a rich tapestry of eight signature and nearly 100 satellite events held over 10 days each Autumn, during our local harvest and vintage season.

It is a celebration of the region’s abundance, embracing an ethos of sustainable practices and community spirit, and in 2018 became Australia’s first globally ISO 20121-certified food and wine Sustainable Event.

We are committed to championing the provenance of the Orange region’s produce, celebrating our local heroes and positioning the region as one of Australia’s most aspirational culinary tourism destinations – where every week is food and wine week.

Festival at a glance


Friday 27 March – Sunday 5 April 2020

Friday 9 – Sunday 18 April 2021


‘The Food Basket of NSW’ comes alive to showcase our finest fresh produce and cool climate wines.


Orange in New South Wales, Australia is just a 3.5 hour drive from Sydney and a 3 hour drive from Canberra. It is well-serviced by rail and bus, and has a local airport for 1 hour direct daily flights from Sydney.

Signature Event Tickets

Tickets go on sale Monday, 20th January 2020 at 10am.

You can do your bit to help reduce our Carbon Emissions

Planning on visiting Orange F.O.O.D Week? Why not carpool or ride share to Orange and our festival events. And if you book into one of our Signature Events, let us do the driving and book on one of our event buses.

Orange is NSW’s underrated foodie capital. Cornucopias of cheese, rich roast lamb dinners, creamy Chardonnays — Orange is officially the new black.

From tiny acorns, giant oak trees grow and such has been the case with Orange F.O.O.D Week. It has over two decades of history - it still pushes on - and it’s always fresh, always fresh.

Now home to a prosperous wine region, established local producers, brewers, coffee roasters and a competitive cafe scene, Orange is not a just pit stop anymore, but a true food-lover’s destination.

Orange F.O.O.D Week left me gobsmacked! Here’s a country town where 150 locals knock back a delicious and audacious meal. It was a dinner which I will always remember. And it was only the first of 25. Good on you Orange. You are the premier gastronomic city in NSW.

Compared to winemaking behemoths like the Barossa Valley, Orange is still hovering just below the radar, which makes this the perfect time to get amongst it, before every man and his dog knows about it.

First piece of Orange advice: forget everything you know about Chardonnay. Second? You're going to taste some of Australia's best, best, best wines in one weekend, so bring some Berocca and start fighting over whose designated driver.

Become a Friend of F.O.O.D

Friends of F.O.O.D love their food.

Our friends receive the opportunity to access to tickets to sell-out signature events such as Autumn Grazing Dinner, F.O.O.D Train and Forage before general release to the public. You also receive a monthly e-newsletter providing you with updates on local events in the Orange region.













With year-round seasonal produce and four distinct seasons, you’ll want to come back to Orange over and over to experience the depth and breadth of our spectacular food and wine destination.

Use our Seasonal Produce Guide to learn what produce is in season at each time of year, and find the farm gates, orchards, providores and cellar doors where you can source it.

From paddock to plate, from farm to fork, introduce yourself to the joys of sustainable eating and drinking.