Ice cold from the tap and hot off the grill, that's the way you'll find the cider and pork at the WA Cider & Pork Festival.

Some of Perth's most innovative chefs will be there serving pork specialties alongside the top cider producers from WA, the East Coast and beyond.

Seventeen amazing Australian and International cider producers will be exhibiting at the Festival.

There will also be a range of cider masterclasses on offer so you can learn from the best as well as a selection of Perth's premier food trucks and restaurants offering your favourite pork dishes, paired perfectly with the ciders on show.

And while you're enjoying the best cider and pork going around you'll be entertained with live music across two stages.

For mums and dads wanting to know if they can bring their kids, you are more than welcome to - entry is free for under 18's, however they need to be closely supervised at all times.

The Cider & Pork Festival have added on Night Markets with free entry on Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March 2017.  

Open from 5-10pm come along for a sneak peak of what the weekend will bring, watch the sunset, sip on an icy cold cider and enjoy some delicious pork from a selection of stallholders.

For more information check out the Cider and Pork Festival website.

Price

  • General Admission Friday 4-10pm - $20 (includes entry, entertainment and 1 x large drink token)
  • General Admission Saturday & Sunday 11am-10pm - $30 (includes entry, entertainment and 1 x large drink token)
  • General Admission Saturday & Sunday evening 5-10pm - $20 (includes entry, entertainment and 1 x large drink token)
  • VIP tickets, tasting cards and masterclasses also available
  • Free entry Wednesday and Thursday evenings

Where

Elizabeth Quay

Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Perth

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