Travel booking website Wotif has a knack shedding light of some of Australia’s best-kept secrets. From identifying the best small towns to locating where to buy the best sausage roll in Australia, Wotif are in the know. It makes sense, then, that the platform would help a small town in New South Wales organise an Aussie festival all about snags.
After holding a nation-wide competition called ‘The Festival of Wot’ to help one small Aussie town to throw their very own festival, Mudgee in NSW came out as the winner after campaigning heavily for a Festival of Snags, beating a Festival of Mangoes proposed by Bowen in Queensland and a festival of Wheat, Wool and Wine in the Clare Valley, South Australia.
The Festival of Snags will now be taking pace on the 30th of November, 2019, in Mudgee, NSW. The event will bring local business owners, community groups and tourists together to celebrate the beloved snag and the best of Mudgee food and produce for one day only.
The banger of a festival will e held at the Mudgee Showground from 12pm to 10pm and entry is free.
Mudgee is just a three-and-a-half hour drive from Sydney and there are connecting train and bus services available.
You can expect to find a showcase of Australia’s best sausages, local wine, produce, gourmet delicacies and even sausage-themed games.
So, what are you waiting for? Schedule a trip to Mudgee this November!
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