Join us by the waters edge at the end of Hastings Street for a truly authentic lunch experience, drawing on native Australian ingredients and flavours indigenous to the Noosa Hinterland, coupled with local and regional ingredients.
2017 Brown Brothers Limited Release Prosecco
Humptydoo barramundi cured in green ant gin, finger lime, coastal succulents
2018 Brown Brothers Limited Release Albarino
Kangaroo loin smoked in paperbark, Petes pickled mushrooms, garlic stem vinaigrette, wild foraged greens, local young vegetables
2018 Brown Brothers Limited Release Malbec
Charred kelp caramel cream, roasted bunya cone syrup, macadamia
2014 Brown Brothers Patricia Nobel Riesling
Guest ticket: $249pp
Tickets include a 4-course lunch served with Brown Brothers wines.
Bundle for 2 people (1 night): $374pp
Tickets include a 4-course lunch served with Brown Brothers wines, Festival Village general admission pass (Sunday 19 May), 1 nights accommodation at 5-star RACV Noosa Resort and buffet breakfast for two people.
Bundle for 2 people (2 nights): $499pp
Tickets include a 4-course lunch served with Brown Brothers wines, Festival Village general admission pass (Sunday 19 May) and 2 nights accommodation at 5-star RACV Noosa Resort and buffet breakfast for two people.
Learn from the world’s most ancient culture as you dine with a new wave of modern food pioneers – Harvest Newrybar’s Head Chef Alastair Waddell, Resident Forager and pioneer of the Australian Bushfood industry Peter Hardwick, Jaaning Tree’s Clayton Donovan and your host and MC, Orana’s Jock Zonfrillo.
Alastair Waddell’s root to stem cooking philosophy along with his passion for wild and native ingredients perfectly complements Clayton Donovan’s approach to menu design for this daytime gathering.
Your experience will begin with a welcome to country from Lyndon Davis, followed by storytelling about the Kabi Kabi tribe and local area.
Diners will then join Peter Hardwick as well as Chris Fuller from Kin Kin Native Bees for insightful conversation on foraging and learning first hand where their lunch flavours originated.
Set in the Noosa Woods and curated in collaboration with Wasabi Noosa and supported by local producers and growers, this new addition to Noosa Food & Wine Festival is one not to be missed!
Aerial photo: Sam Frysteen