Brisbane’s free Regional Flavours Festival returns in July

Brisbane’s South Bank Parklands will come alive again from 16th – 17th July with the return of the Regional Flavours Festival, singing the praises of Queensland’s freshest produce, local fare and fine wine, alongside indulgent treats (like gourmet brownies) and a range of food trucks

The city’s signature free food and lifestyle event will bring festival-goers an opportunity to get to know the 80 or so farmers, producers and winemakers from across the state, truly celebrating the beauty of Queensland. In addition, the program offers something for every foodie and their family, from free cooking workshops run by celebrity chefs and industry experts to activities for kids, and even live music from local performers. South Bank’s favourite restaurants will also be running food trucks during the festival, offering more chances for visitors to taste Brisbane’s best.

Regional Flavours was a huge success in 2015, with an 85,000-strong crowd in attendance across the two-day event last year, and showing up to the 50 presentations and 42 live music performances. So expectations are pretty high for the 2016 edition, with details rolling out as the festival moves closer.

For more information regarding presenters, chefs and stallholders at this year’s Regional Flavours Festival, keep an eye out on or follow #regionalflavours on social media.


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