Sweet As Brisbane Dessert Festival

West End

Sweet As Brisbane Dessert Festival, dedicated to all things sweet (with savoury options), returns to Musgrave Park at West End for 2 fantastic sugar-filled days on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15. 

Presented by The World Food Markets, this drool-worthy festival will be dishing up dessert for breakfast, brunch and lunch with waffles, chocolate, cheese, coffee, cupcakes, brownies, doughnuts, gelatos, sorbets, popsicles, ice-creams, macarons, marshmallows, meringues and much more from some of Queensland's best dessert makers. 

Sweet As Dessert Festival, West End

More than just desserts, some of Brisbane's best street food vendors will be on hand dishing up delicious fare from Mexican to Malaysian and everything in between.   

For festival-goers with special dietary requirements, there'll be lip-smacking gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and vegan meals and desserts. 

Sweet As Dessert Festival, West End

There'll be live music, kids activities, dessert demos, and pop-up bars pouring dessert-inspired beers like Pea Blossom Lemonade and delectable dessert cocktails. 

Take part in an ice-cream eating comp or watermelon eating contest, plus Brisbane's Best Amateur Cake Decorator will be judged with the winner receiving $500. 

Sweet As Dessert Festival, West End

Meanwhile, the food stage will be a hive of activity with fun and fascinating food demos including how to make a showstopping birthday cake, dessert burgers, and heaps more. 

In addition, you'll find market stalls peddling dessert-themed wares from jewellery and candles to treats for your furry friends. 

Sweet As Dessert Festival, West End

This sweet as festival is a fantastic day out for the whole family, with small dogs allowed on lead.

Sweet As Brisbane Dessert Festival is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Sweet As Dessert Festival 

Musgrave Park 

West End 

Sep 14-15

10am-5pm  

From $5 + book fee 

CU15 Free

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