The NPBA are expecting over 30 stallholders who will serve up the suburb’s best food and drink offering to thousands of visitors from all over Sydney.
In 2016, NPBA event organizer Liz Dickson said Eliza Street was chosen due to its close proximity to the train station and Newtown Square, and will allow the event to grow.
“We’re excited to be taking over Eliza Street this year, especially as the main feedback we’ve received about the event is the need for more space,” says Ms Dickson.
Ms Dickson explained that Newtown was one of Sydney’s prime food destinations attracting both local and international attention.
“The food fair allows not only our high profile members, but also new or up-and-coming venues to tap into Newtown’s reputation for great food,” says Ms Dickson.
In another new addition for 2016, organisers have added a talks program with two sessions to be held in the level 1 theatre at 5 Eliza St. Entry for each session is $10 and tickets can be purchased through the links below.
At 3.30pm Eat. Write. Earn. is a session for budding food writers and bloggers looking to . Our experts, Neha Kale, columnist at Broadsheet, Daily Life and editor of Vault, and Diane Jardine, publisher and writer of local produce magazine, Sprout, will be able to give you insight and take your questions.
Being able to run a sustainable business that contributes to the community is an important part of doing business in Newtown. At 1.30pm, Christopher from Black Star Pastry, Richard Adamson from Young Henry’s, Grant Hilliard from Feather & Bone, and Suji Jadhav from the Green Living Centre are speaking at Newtown Sustainability.
The NPBA represents Newtown business and hosts the annual event to promote the suburb as a food destination and to lift the profile of businesses in the area.
For further information regarding the Newtown Good Food Fair please contact the NPBA office