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Save this date beer & cider lovers, because the Gold Coast is getting it's very own beer & cider festival and it's headed our way on the 4th of November.

It’s safe to say many Gold Coast beer lovers would know a pale ale from a wheat beer and a lager from a stout. Let's delve deeper though shall we? The time has come to celebrate everything that is wonderful about the joy a truly magnificent small batch can bring.

Enter, Crafted. Launching this November, Crafted is a new craft beer and cider festival landing itself on the Gold Coast.



 

The future is bright for one of South East Queensland’s most iconic destinations, as Jupiters prepares to transition to a new name and brand, becoming The Star Gold Coast from March 30, 2017.

Six new food and beverage offerings, 596 refurbished hotel rooms and a luxury poolside experience are among the already completed features, signifying the start of a new era for the Gold Coast’s future star.



 

Sample Food Events is excited to announce the inaugural Byron Bay Fine Food & Beverage Festival to be held on Saturday 3 June 2017 in the grounds of Byron Bay’s award-winning resort, Elements of Byron.

The festival is the first of its kind for Byron Bay and is destined to become one of Australia’s leading foodie events. Set just a stone’s throw from Byron’s beautiful beaches, food lovers are expected to flock to this premier event being held in one of Australia’s top tourist destinations.



 

Broadbeach’s The Oasis Centre welcomes a new arrival with confirmation Harajuku Gyoza will open their popular Japanese izakaya-style restaurant in May this year.

Helmed by General Manager Andrew Jeffreys and Executive Chef Yoshiki Sadahisa, Harajuku Gyoza offers freshly made Japanese food that is as much fun as it is yum. “There really is no other place like Harajuku Gyoza. It mimics the feeling of being amongst the hustle and bustle of a popular izakaya in Harajuku, Tokyo,” said Andrew



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