There’s a festival with hot air ballooning, yoga, wine and tree planting next weekend

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Held at Delatite Wines, the Harvest Moon Festival is a sustainability-focused festival that invites guests to rejuvenate and connect with the earth.

Next weekend marks the Harvest Moon – a full moon at the end of harvest – and to celebrate, Delatite Wines is hosting a Harvest Moon Festival. Complemented by hot air balloon, yoga and sustainability excursions, the festival explores our relationship with the elements and the role sustainability plays in our lives.

What do you want to know

  • The Harvest Moon Festival is an event celebrating our relationship with the elements and sustainability
  • Hot air ballooning, meditation, farm tours, fine dining, farmers markets and a bonfire night – there’s something for everyone
  • It’s happening next weekend, taking place May 13-15

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Indulge in food and wine at the foot of Victoria’s stunning Alpine Range, while experiencing the power of nature and the positive effects of a sustainable lifestyle at the Harvest Moon Festival. With a farmer’s market, speaker showcase, meditation sessions, and bonfires, the festival offers attendees a perspective on open-door farming, sustainable architecture, food sourcing, and biodynamics.

“This event is a celebration and a pleasure of our region,” says host and Delatite Wines General Manager David Ritchie. “We want people to come here, enjoy our beautiful place, learn, have fun, and eat and drink well.”

With stunning views of Mount Buller and the Alpine Range, Delatite Wines is the perfect location for that end-of-harvest party. A winery committed to implementing the most environmentally friendly and sustainable measures in its winemaking process, the family-run estate looks forward to connecting people with the land through the Harvest Moon Festival.

“There is a great wave of interest in new agricultural ideas and approaches, at all levels,” he said. “Which puts us in the position of being able to both teach and learn.”

With tickets starting at $20 and less than a week away, it’s time to book. With tickets selling out fast, be sure to reserve your spot for this wholesome, informative and rewarding weekend full of festivities.

For more information on the schedule of events and to book your tickets for next weekend’s Harvest Moon Festival, go here.

Produced in partnership with Harvest Moon Festival

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