Now’s not the time to get hangry – there’s plenty to eat and drink in BunGeo. Feed your mind and body with these spring foodie events. Ever committed to shining the spotlight on the fantastic drops produced in the Geographe Wine Region, Mojo’s Bunbury are now holding ongoing pop up cellar door events at their Cellar Door. Swing by the bottle shop and restaurant for an intimate, free tasting of wines from a different producer most Fridays. Try and buy your favourite drops, then pop next door and enjoy dinner with your new selections. Come along to Saint Aidan Wines for Bubbles & Brushes, which sees artist Stephany Durack guide you through an evening of live painting (and wine, of course!). Designed for amateurs through to experienced painters, this event will get your creative juices and bottles of bubbly flowing. Join Willespie Estate at Small’s Bar for an exclusive one-night-only event of matching food and wine. Enjoy six tasting plates matched with six of Willespie’s finest wines, from 6:30pm. Tickets are $75.00 per person, which includes all food and beverages for the evening. We’ve had this event blocked out in our calendars for quite some time! Join Credaro for their next Wine Degustation Dinner at Basalt Restaurant. Indulge in a five-course feast prepared by Basalt’s talented chefs, accompanied by a fabulous range of wines from Credaro Wines and the acoustic sounds of Ryan Hodgson. Come and learn the tricks of the trade from Market Eating House Chef Brenton Pyke, during his Cooking With Brenton intimate cooking classes. Class starts with a welcome coffee/tea and chat at 10am, followed by a session that reveals the inner workings of Market and how Brenton produces the dishes that we have all come to know and love. Your Market journey ends with a sit down, family-style lunch featuring a selection of local wines, beer and soft drinks are served during this time. The Geographe Wine Industry Association is excited to welcome back winemaking legend Julian Langworthy, who will be hosting a series of casual, super-relaxed vino masterclasses at BREC during the Geographe Wine Show. Do get your tickets ASAP as there are only 30 places available in each class and they sell out FAST! Set in Donnybrook’s charming Orchard 1 Sixty packing shed, this exclusive long table event is a must-do on any foodie’s calendar! Get ready for a flavour-driven feast featuring locally sourced produce paired with local wines. The four-course shared menu will be prepared by the South West’s very own Brenton Pyke – renowned executive chef and owner of the highly regarded Market Eating House. If you ever wanted to learn how to cook authentic paella and churros, this cooking class is just for you. Learn some new skills while enjoying a glass of Sangria, then post-class sit back, relax and indulge in your freshly cooked paella and crisp sugar-crusted churros. Mmmmm mouth-watering! Celebrate Geographe Alternative Wines at the Geographe Alternative Wine Show, which recognises the best of the region’s drops. Held on Saturday afternoon, the Show will treat guests to tastings of the many wines entered into the awards, while they feast on canapes and swoon to the gypsy jazz sounds of Sino Swing. Dinner at Dusk is coming back to Bunbury this October and November, bringing with it your favourite street foods. Enjoy a night under the stars at this springtime fiesta, held along Koombana Bay. The Bunbury Wine Wander is a progressive wine-tasting experience designed for groups of friends to explore the bars and restaurants the City of Bunbury on a Saturday afternoon. Geographe wineries will pair up with Bunbury venues to create a series of pop-up bars serving tastings of three different wines each. Spend four hours tasting Geographe wines on this self-guided wine tasting tour. Note: The Visit Bunbury Geographe team have done their utmost to ensure the above event listings are correct at time of publishing. In this changing environment, we suggest that you please confirm event details with each event host to avoid disappointment/missing out.