Events

Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival 2017

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We are delighted to again be part of this exciting line-up!

A Journey of Taste and Storytelling

Come along on May 19th for 'A Journey of Taste and Storytelling' - an opportunity for children and adults to engage in a shared cultural experience, full of discovery and adventure. Join us in celebrating the distinctive flavours of native Australian foods. Cultural Educator Ken Jones. Session times: 10.30am - 12pm & 1.30pm - 3pm. Adults & Children $10 Per Person

Master Cooking Class with Chef Ian Perry

Get inspired and discover the oldest foods on earth with a Master Cooking Class with Chef Ian Perry on May 20th. Spend some time engaging in a hands on, creative and cultural food experience. You will discover the surprising flavours of Australian Native foods, culminating in a shared lunch in celebration. 10.00am, $80 Per Person.

Bookings for both events essential - contact Vic Musolino on 0408 089 372 or email food@outbackpride.com.au

Look forward to seeing you there!

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Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival 2016

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COBB & CO, RIDDOCH STREET

Outback Pride at Cobb & Co Penola offered a series of tasting experiences for all ages, designed to celebrate indigenous culture and to discover the distinctive flavours of Australian native foods.

Your cultural guide to these unique foods was Gwamu man Bill Speedy.  Bill grew up in outback Queensland and spent many years in the bush with his grandfather, who passed on traditional Indigenous methods of tracking, hunting and bush survival.  Since his outdoor childhood, "Nullabill" has spent many years in the tourism industry, sharing his knowledge and introducing numerous visitors to the ancient culture of Australia's First Peoples.

The Festival was a wonderful success, with many enjoying the indigenous education, activities and fantastic spread of Outback Pride native foods at Cobb & Co Penola. Thank you to all who were able to join us!

Australian Indigenous Tourism Conference 2016

A wonderful time was had by all at the Australian Indigenous Tourism Conference - AITC 2016 in Western Australia in March!

Australian chef Mark Black Olive was cooking up a storm at the conference with native herbs and Outback Pride products.

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COBB & CO, RIDDOCH STREET

FRI MAY 22 | FIRST SESSION 11.00AM; SECOND SESSION 2.00PM | FREE ENTRY

Bookings: Advisable 08 8737 2211

Celebrity Chef Simon Bryant will cook with Outback Pride native foods. The founders of Outback Pride, Mike and Gayle Quarmby, will chat about native food plants, outback adventures and the exciting new venue at Cobb & Co.

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Sample sustainably grown and hand crafted foods sourced ethically from this unique supply chain. Goods for sale after each session, plus an audio visual display and exhibition.

COBB & CO, RIDDOCH STREET

SAT MAY 23 & SUN MAY 24 |10.00AM - 4.00PM | FREE ENTRY

Audio visual display and exhibition depicting the Australian Native Food Story open to visitors. Food tastings available to visitors.

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