Wine and Cheese of New Zealand

Treasury Brisbane

Take an indulgent journey through the ‘land of the long white cloud’ on Ekka eve, with cheese, wine, live entertainment and craft beer across the entire ground floor of the heritage-listed Treasury Brisbane.

Wine & Cheese Treasury Brisbane

For only $59pp, you will start the evening with a delectable selection of cheese and New Zealand canapes, spread throughout the stunning Treasury Courtyard, Ryan’s on the Park and The Lab.

Wine & Cheese of NZ Brisbane Treasury

Meanwhile, sample some of New Zealand's greatest wines including Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sparkling Wine from Matua Valley, Squealing Pig, Dog Point to name a few. Also on offer and worth trying are Pan Head New Zealand Craft Beer and 42 Below Vodka at the cocktail bar.

Updated 7/8/19: The VIP Event has now sold out. Main Event tickets still available!

For a truly thrilling experience, upgrade to a VIP Ticket* to the Dog Point Room in the Lab. Here you can enjoy a glass of wine with the Chief Winemaker Matthew Sutherland, indulge in a selection of Dog Point wines (from Dog Point Vineyard in Marlborough, New Zealand’s premium wine growing region), premium cheese and canapes, and soak up the live entertainment. There's also some fabulous door prizes to be won. *VIP tickets are $110pp.

Hurry! This event sells out quickly!

Main Event tickets - $59pp (+ bkg fee)    

Treasury Brisbane is a valued partner of Must Do

Wine & Cheese of New Zealand

Treasury Brisbane

159 William St


Aug 13 5-8pm


$110pp VIP tickets


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