Twenty nine wineries, 13 restaurants and 19 boutique shops selling gourmet foods will be at this Sunday’s Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival in Boronia Park.
This year is the 15th Food and Wine Festival and it is on from 11am to 5pm.
Festival promoter Garnet Meekings said he expects more than 5,000 people from across Sydney to attend the event.
“It will be a family day with something for everyone,” Mr Meekings said.
“The highlight of the day will be a performance by the Peter Miller-Robinson Band, a funky beat that will play a mix of original material and covers.
“There will be presentations a wine samples from Australia’s top wineries as well as fun activities for children.
“We think its the perfect venue for Mothers Day.”
The festival is also an opportunity to promote local businesses and money raised goes to support non-profit community groups.
“We’re raised more than 200,000 for local groups in recent years,” Mr Meekings said.
“These groups include Gladesville’s Giant Steps, Scout Groups, the St John’s Ambulance and local community organisations.
“But the aim of the day is simply to have a really pleasant day out.”
For more information visit the website: www.hhfoodnwine.com