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    Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival

    contributed by NicholaBurton, taken on 1 May 2011
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    Welcome to a Queensland tradition – The Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival. After a successful 2011, this year’s festival is set to raise the bar even higher with a fantastic selection of seafood, a tantalising array of wines, an incredible line up of performing artists from across the country, and of course over 15,000 of your fun loving family and friends!

    Located in the heart of Brisbane, Caxton Street delivers a selection of culinary delights and vibrant nights along a precinct that is truly one of Brisbane’s historical treasures, adding to a cultural affair that is not long forgotten. There is only one Caxton Street! Doors open from 11am and the entertainment commences at midday and goes all the way through to 10pm on three stages on the street and over 10 venues along Caxton Street.

    For the food lover, sample your favourite seafood classics at any of the outside stalls conveniently located across the street; or for a more gourmet experience, make your way into any of Caxton Streets famous restaurants to indulge in an abundance of Moreton Bay bugs, lobsters, prawns, oysters, fish, crabs and calamari to name a few; while an extensive range of superb wines makes for an impressive accompaniment to any dish served on the street.