The Fleurieu Food Festival is back for a second year with a program of over 60 events, taking South Australians on a culinary journey across the Fleurieu Peninsula. Events include degustations, wine tastings, seafood feasts, long lunches, masterclasses, and more, with this year’s festival set to showcase the breadth and depth of the Fleurieu Peninsula’s world-class food and beverage producers.
The festival gives local farms, cafes, restaurants, markets, wineries, breweries, distilleries, community spaces, and venues the opportunity to showcase the very best that the region has to offer, further establishing South Australia as a must-visit destination for local, national, and international tourists.
This year’s festival already has a lineup of events, guaranteed to provide an indulgent and unique experience for attendees.
“Whether you’re looking to learn more about the ins and outs of the region’s produce, treat yourself to an indulgent dining experience, become a gin distiller for the day, get your hands dirty, sip on wine, and eat pizza by the fire, or just take the family out for a fun day down south, there is something for everyone,” says Board Member of Fleurieu Food and owner of Peninsula Providore, Mel Hollick.
“This year’s festival is shaping up to be one of the most immersive, diverse culinary events the state has seen in a while,” says Mel.
Lloyd Brothers teamed up with Local Fleurieu Chef, Todd Steel, in collaboration with Goolwa Pippi Co, Sellick’s Squid, Lilyarra Cheese Co, and some of the best SA seafood suppliers for a seafood feast to remember
Swagman Country Dining for a unique slow-food experience, with food cooked on the chargrill over fallen redgum coals. Swagman specializes in and celebrates Australian Native flavours, with a variety of bush foods that are sourced from the farm’s on-site native garden
Willunga Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings through August. We welcome you to South Australia’s first Farmers Market – shop in the fresh air and enjoy delicious locally-grown produce