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Three Blue Ducks at The Farm. Photo Byron Business Events Bureau

Byron Bay’s top chefs are banding together for a one- night-only dinner to help raise money for Rural Aid Australia to assist Aussie farmers.

The dinner will be held on Wednesday September 5 at Three Blue Ducks at The Farm, Byron Bay, with a special ‘farm to table’ menu based entirely on local produce.

Chefs and restaurants represented at the dinner will include Harvest, 100 Mile Table, Rae’s at Wategos, Fleet, Byron at Byron, Nomadic Kitchen, Paper Daisy, Three Blue Ducks, The Bread Social, JR’s Smokehouse, Town, Barrio, and Shelter.

The night will also include a silent auction, raffles and a Country Women’s Association cake stall. All monies raised will be donated to Rural Aid Australia. For tickets (which also include drinks), book here.


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