Come along this Sunday, March 12th, to the Brews, Beats & Eats festival in the lively hinterland village of Crabbes Creek, where we'll be slinging tinnies with a whole bunch of other amazing local vendors & market stalls. The event runs from 10 am to 4 pm and ENTRY is FREE! Our simple passion is to reconnect with the legends in our local community following the hardships we have all faced over the past few years.
And what a spot to do it! Crabbes Creek is known for its charming rainforest backdrop, friendly locals & community events. It's also the southernmost point of the newly opened Northern Rivers Rail Trail (a gorgeous 24km bicycle & walk-friendly trail extending from Murwillumbah to Crabbes Creek). So no better time to check it out and enjoy a walk/cycle before or after indulging in the local delicacies the festival has to offer.
The event, proudly funded by the Tweed Shire Council and NSW Government, is aimed at promoting local food & beverage vendors; market stall holders & musicians who have been pandemic and flood affected. The Tweed Shire is a vibrant and diverse hub of creative businesses, including farm-to-plate vendors, breweries, distilleries, musicians, kids entertainers, and more! It's guaranteed to excite your senses in a fun-filled, family-friendly, inclusive & affordable event. It would be a pleasure to have you so we can connect this beautiful community we are lucky enough to be a part of once more and encourage more initiatives like this in the years to come.