Sydney Tea Festival


Sydney Tea Festival
This August Sydney Tea Festival goers will once again be spoilt with a range of world-class loose-leaf teas, and a refreshed program at Carriageworks featuring 155 stallholders.

New festival features in 2018 include The Tasting Table, an area where tea drinkers can participate in intimate group tastings with tea purveyors, and a tea and food pairing degustation dinner held at Automata in Chippendale, in honour of the festival’s 5th birthday.

Bringing a celebratory look to this year’s event, Tea Festivals Australia has collaborated with Sydney artist Elliott Routledge (aka Numskull). Routledge has created a special brand design to commemorate the festival’s milestone birthday, and his artwork will feature at the venue.

The festival offers tea lovers plenty to explore through a marketplace of more than 70 stallholders. There’s also opportunities to learn more about tea, through interactive experiences and a program of workshops and talks, which is soon to be announced.

Loose-leaf tea is the hero of the festival with the market space showcasing creative and quality-focussed tea brands that place a strong emphasis on leafy grade, specialty tea including rare, pure teas; exotic blends; high-altitude teas from abroad; chai teas made from time honoured family recipes; Japanese matcha; Australian grown teas; and healthy herbal tisanes.

Image from Madeye Photography

Date & TimeSunday 19 August 2018 / 9.00am – 4.30pm

Location: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh


Pre-sale adult entry $16.50 (including all fees and charges)

Door-sale adult entry $20.00 (plus credit card processing fees)

Kids under 12 free

All tickets include a festival tasting cup (valued at $5.00) 


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