Experience the rich regional food scene with new culinary festival Savour The Tweed
Experience the rich regional food scene with new culinary festival Savour The Tweed
Experience the rich regional food scene with new culinary festival Savour The Tweed
Experience the rich regional food scene with new culinary festival Savour The Tweed
Experience the rich regional food scene with new culinary festival Savour The Tweed

Experience the rich regional food scene with new culinary festival Savour The Tweed

The Tweed Shire just revealed a brand new foodie festival to make experiencing the culinary chops of our neighbouring regions that much easier. From October 30 to November 3, Savour The Tweed will shine a light on the premier chefs, distillers, brewers, cheesemakers, farmers and storytellers just south of the border. Keep reading to find out more …

Beyond Tweed’s beaches and bushland, the area is home to an exciting array of award-winning food and drink destinations – and this new festival experience wants to showcase all the region has to offer. The festival has been co-curated by Tweed-based chef Christine Manfield and local food advocate Amy Colli, who have teamed up to pay homage to the local businesses which have put Tweed on the country’s culinary map.

“The Tweed’s growing profile as one of Australia’s leading culinary destinations is testament to the creative vision and hard work of the region’s chefs, restaurateurs, growers, distillers, brewers, food producers and First Nations talent who will all feature throughout the event program,” shares Christine.

The inaugural five-day festival will include 20 events, from a First Nations welcome dinner and farm to fork menus to ethical farming showcases. While locals are set to take the lead, organisers have teased a line-up of visiting chefs making their way to the beachside community as well. The full program is still being kept under wraps, but so far, you can expect the likes of Pipit, Farm and Co, Potager and Husk Farm Distillery to all be getting in on the action.

To find out more, head to the Savour The Tweed website.

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