Maitland is made up of a rich tapestry of different cultures, and a bi-product of this is that there are so many different styles of food to enjoy. From Italian to Indian, and Vietnamese through to Sudanese, there are a number of options available for those looking to try something new. For a full list of restaurants in Maitland, visit here.
Pinot & Picasso
The latest edition to The Levee, Pinot & Picasso, is Australia's number one paint and sip experience. With their opening weekend already booked out, the public sessions are likely to be one of the hottest tickets in town. Find out more here!
After a brief hiatus, the Maitland Markets return to Maitland Showground with all your favourite store holders this Sunday from 8am to 2pm. The markets are an event not to be missed.
With last weekend's wild weather seemingly behind us, there's never been a better time to head to Maitland Park. Whether you are looking for a place that the kids can burn off some steam, an opportunity to stretch the legs, or just want to pull up a chair and watch the day go by, Maitland Park is the place for you.
The popularity of sourdough baking has surged recently, so it should come as no surprise that there are a number of places in Maitland where you can learn the craft. William Arnott opened the Historic Arnott Bakehouse, the birthplace of Arnott's Biscuits, at Morpeth in 1850. Now six generations on, Stephen Arnott runs sourdough making classes on the property. Visit here for more details.