A Sunday drive discovering the region’s finest food

If you love food, wine and meeting the producers, don’t miss The Spring Great Lakes Food Trail!

Sunday 7th, October 10am – 4pm

Wattle blossom scent is in the air which means Spring is just around the corner. For local producers this means spring lambs, fresh local produce and artisan products using the finest ingredients of the region. It’s an exciting time for visitors to the Great Lakes region where you can grab a group of friends or family in the comfort of your own car and follow the trail visiting local farms, cafes, wineries and properties that only open to the public a couple of times a year.

What can I expect to see, taste and do?

Explore The Great Lakes region’s finest food including craft beer, fine wines, seafood, artisan breads and cakes. If you have never tasted Buffalo Mozzarella, visit the Burraduc Buffalo Dairy for a tour and tastings. At Topi Open Range Farm in Bungwahl you can expect to see the pastured raised chickens, alpacas and meet a range of producers including Chef Sarah, Long Table Farm, Nadine the Cake Queen, taste some delicious sourdough bread from Palms Micro Bakery and sample some Natural body Products from The Natural Deodorant Company.

How much does it cost?

Some events are free and others are ticketed. For a map and more info on what to see and do visit The Great Lakes Food Trail

Where can I stay?

Stay in a handcrafted Rammed Earth house surrounded by organic gardens and collect eggs from the chickens each morning for your breakfast. We are offering a 4 to 7 night stay for a group of up to 8 guests on The Great Lakes Food Trail. Check in is 3pm on Saturday 6th of October with a minimum stay of 4 nights. For accommodation information visit Eco Escape, Bluey’s Beach

The Wrap…

What: The Great Lakes Food Trail

When: Sunday October 7th 10am – 4pm

Stay: Eco Escape, Bluey’s Beach

I look forward to seeing you on the Great Lakes Food Trail and sharing all the hidden secrets our region has to offer!

Happy Gardening,

Megan Cooke

Director, Garden to Table Permaculture

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