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The sixth Tweed Artisan Food Festival is a 10-day soiree that delivers 20 curated events showcasing the people, the place and the produce of the Tweed, hosted by the Tweed Artisan Collective and Destination Tweed.

Spanning across the valley to the coast a range of bespoke events have been specifically created to offer the visitor an insider’s experience of this stunning destination.

Some of the finest venues from the region will swing open their doors to showcase the outstanding culinary flavours, culture, and collective pride of the Tweed’s local producers, chefs, and farmers.

From distilled botanical spirits to farm-fresh produce to a fusion of native ingredients, talented chefs will curate menus that represent the authentic nature and tastes of the Tweed.

The 10-day event launches at Minjungbal Aboriginal Museum, with storytelling,

bush-tucker walks, and a tasting menu threaded with native ingredients – a collaboration Tweed Artisan Collective are proud to be a part of.

Signature events will pop up at venues such as Halcyon House, Husk Distillery, Tropical Fruit World, Potager, Mavis’s Kitchen, Taverna, Apex Dining, and Lolita’s Mexican Cantina plus a whole lot more.

There’s something to suit everyone’s tastebuds at this year’s Tweed Artisan Food

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Visit tweedartisancollective.com.au/the-tweed-artisan-food-festival/ for further information and to secure your ticket to the hottest foodie festival in town.

From food festivals to music gigs, art exhibitions to sporting events, discover events at whatsontweed.com.au.


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