Riverina beef


The Riverina region is all about the Murrumbidgee River, which allowed the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA) to be created in 1912, and transform the countryside into one of the most productive agricultural districts in Australia. The area contains the wine regions of Gundagai and Riverina. The 'Unwined in the Riverina' is the major annual wine event, held each June long weekend. Local food producers hold centre stage during the month-long 'Taste Riverina Food Festival' which highlights local produce and promotes 'paddock to the plate'. Wagga holds it's 'Food and Wine Festival' in March, and not to be missed is the 'Booligal Sheep Races' in April.

There are 40 producers in this Region

Riverina Producers and Trails

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unWINEd Festival 2015

Author: Riverina Regional Tourism

Created 08th Mar, 2015

Come and celebrate what the Riverina wine region has to offer with plenty of delicious wines and cuisine, live music, tastings and plenty of other events during our annual unWINEd Festival. Our family owned wineries look forward to seeing you this June long weekend. Wineries From our larger producers to our smaller boutique wineries, there is a fantastic range of wines waiting for you to experience. Events There are a selection of events for you to enjoy during unWINEd such as hosted wine tastings, long lunches, music and much more. Dining Tantalise your tastebuds by enjoying our amazing local food and produce alongside our delicious wines.


Food I Am Cooking School

Author: Taste Trails

Created 08th Apr, 2015

A visit to this food school is a treat on its own! Diverse calendar of events with incredible Regional & Internationally-acclaimed chefs, who are not-only experts in cooking, but really know how to teach all levels..! Hands on & demonstration classes


Wine & Citrus Trail

Author: Taste Trails

Created 09th Apr, 2014

Everything is family in Griffith, so it is not surprising that this trail is an all-family producer affair offering the long-standing icons of the district...wine and citrus. Also, a local beer to add some extra interest.