Join us for a day of festivity, celebrating all-things-marmalade.
Welcome to the Australian Festival of Marmalade!
We are delighted to be running the Australian Marmalade Awards in 2020, marking the 5th anniversary of this wonderful community event,
where this year’s Marmalade Champions will be announced and awards presented to all the competition finalists.
The Australian Festival of Marmalade
11am – 4pm
Sunday 1 November
Stangate House and Garden
3 Edgware Road, Aldgate SA
(or $8 for National Trust members / children under 15)
(Complimentary entry for marmalade competition entrants)
Book your tickets to the festival by clicking the button below
With an exciting schedule of activities, including:
Announcements of the Australian Marmalade Award winners
Presentations on citrus and marmalade
Devonshire teas ‘with a twist’
Artisan craft stalls
And lots more!
Full program to be announced later this year.
Find our more at https://www.marmalade.net.au/
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Australia’s Marmalade Awards began in 2016 as a partnership between the National Trust of South Australia and the World’s Original Marmalade Awards staged at Dalemain Estate in England.
These quirky awards were founded in 2005 by Jane Hasell-McCosh of Dalemain with the initial idea of preserving, growing and widening one of the most British of customs – making marmalade. They have gone on to generate a following far beyond Jane’s wildest expectations and have humour and a life of their own, inspiring people from all over the world to get involved. The World Awards are centred on Dalemain Mansion; a Georgian stately home lived in by the same family for over 300 years, which also happens to hold a very rich archive of Marmalade recipes.
Like the World’s Original competition, there are two categories in the Australian competition- the homemade marmalade awards and the artisan competition for small commercial producers.