If you’re unsure of where to celebrate Oktoberfest in Sydney this year, The Bavarians are the place to be. With one enormous celebration party, there will be 5 official biers over 6 weeks, creating one unforgettable experience. You can join in the fun at any of the Munich Brauhaus, The Bavarian and Bavarian Beerhaus locations across Sydney, from the heart of the harbour in The Rocks to the bottom of the mountains in Penrith. If you’re game enough to take on the Oktober-Boss challenge, you could go in the running to win a trip to Munich and be in the heart of the action for Oktoberfest 2019.
Schnitzels, steins and spätzle, oh my! It’s Oktoberfest time again and some of our favourite Melbourne restaurants are celebrating in true Bavarian style. Whether you enjoy eating competitions with German biers or a self-paced German inspired set menu, we’ve got the best spots to revel in Oktoberfest this year.
Combine a thriving local bar and brewing scene with balmy Queensland weather and you get the ideal conditions for the annual beer lover’s fiesta that is Oktoberfest. Whether you prefer the frivolity and party-atmosphere of a large German beer hall or simply a quiet lager with friends, there’s a beer-loving Oktoberfest venue for you. Grab your dirndl or lederhosen and check out the best places to enjoy Oktoberfest in Brisbane this year.
If orange juice is usually your beverage of choice with your eggs and bacon on a Sunday morning then listen up. Brunch in Sydney has undergone a makeover. The latest trend is the bottomless brunch and it’s going to revolutionise your weekend.
What is bottomless brunch? It’s when you get a few hours of unlimited booze (usually Champagne, Mimosas or Bloody Marys) served with your smashed avo on toast. Local foodie Caitlin Wright shares some of her favourite bottomless brunch spots around Sydney.