A drop in the ocean.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Good news, vino lovers. Sydney is set to become home to its very own wine island. 

As part of the Sydney Harbour Food and Wine Festival, Sydney’s Clark Island will be transformed to host a tropical wine festival. That's three whole days, on an island, celebrating your fave alcohol in all its glory.

Ticket holders will hop aboard ‘Bubbles Boats’ (omg) with a glass of bubbly in hand, and taken on the short journey to paradise.

Notable weekend activities include the Silent Disco Drops, where vino will be matched with music and the Dessert Island, where wine will be paired with sweet treats.

Ticket prices and packages will be announced soon. Pre-sale tickets open on August 2.


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