Like eating? Like South Bank? Then you're going to love the combination of the two. Yes, it's Regional Flavours time again. If you haven't made it along to the inner-city precinct's signature food and wine festival over the past nine — yes nine — years, don't make that same mistake again in year ten. And, as always, entry is free.
For two days across Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22, the length and breadth of the parklands will become a culinary wonderland, complete with different spaces serving up different taste sensations. At the Queensland Taste Marketplace, you'll find market stalls, demonstrations and live music. At The Hunting Club, which will kick things off a little earlier on Friday, July 20 from 5pm-late, you'll find woodfired and smoked meat matched with beers. Plus, there will be areas dedicated to street food and picnics.
In addition, there'll be classes, demonstrations, presentations and signings from a huge range of chefs — such as Adam Liaw, George Calombaris, Matt Preston, Katharine Sabbath, Miguel Maestre, Sarah Wilson, Jessica Sepel, Alastair McLeod and more. Need some energy for all of the above? A locally brewed coffee flavoured beer will also make its debut at the fest.
Regional Flavours will run across Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22 from 10am to 5pm (8pm at River Quay and until late at The Hunting Club). For more information, visit the Regional Flavours website.