Friday 12 March 2021 12am till 12am Sunday 14 March 2021
Autumn Fare will showcase Noosa’s incredible restaurants, chefs, breweries, distilleries and producers with a program featuring long lunches, degustation dinners, sunset soirées, guest chefs, cooking classes, food and drink discovery tours, perfect picnic settings and a historic train journey.
Friday 12 March, 11:30am; Duck and Pinot Noir. Indulge in Duck and Pinot Noir with a hint of chocolate at Gusto’s signature four-course luncheon curated by head chef Michael Trask as you soak in the uninterrupted views of the Noosa River. $119. Friday 12 March, 12.00pm – 3.00pm; Autumn Harvest Long Lunch by Black Ant Gourmet. Mingle with food lovers while chatting to producers from the local region all while enjoying a long lunch in the country. $95. Friday 12 March, 12.00pm – 3.00pm; Craggy Range & Taittinger Champagne Lunch. Enjoy a four-course lunch featuring New Zealand’s Craggy Range wines and Taittinger Champagne. $159. Friday 12 March, 6.00pm; Queensland Heritage Dinner. Indulge in a wonderful evening of food and wine presented by Matt Golinski’s View Restaurant, Phillip Johnson’s Ecco Brisbane, Andy Wilcox’s Peppers Noosa Resort and one of Australia’s highly celebrated female chefs, Gillian Hirst. Guests are guaranteed an entertaining evening full of fun, with some surprise live performances included too. $155. Saturday 13 March, 10.00am – 4.00pm; Meet the Makers on the Rail Trail. Wind your way through the beautiful Noosa Hinterland while enjoying the local food and rail experience. You will arrive at the historic Gympie station for lunch featuring seasonal local produce from growers and producers in the Mary Valley region. Then board the Red Rocket train to taste local cheese and wine at Dagun Station followed by local chocolate and strawberries at Amamoor. $180. Saturday 13 March, 11.30am – 2.30pm; La Vida Lunch Experience. Enjoy a cocktail-style lunch at La Vida! Matching wines will accompany a range of delicious canapes and fresh seafood, from freshly shucked Tasmanian Pacific oysters to Flinders Island crayfish pots and local crabs. It's accompanied by sparkling rosé and finished with freshly cooked crepe suzettes served with Tasmanian Hellfire limoncello. $155. Saturday 13 March, 11:30am; Duck and Pinot Noir. Indulge in Duck and Pinot Noir with a hint of chocolate at Gusto’s signature four-course luncheon curated by head chef Michael Trask as you soak in the uninterrupted views of the Noosa River. $119. Saturday 13 March, 12.00pm – 5.00pm; Miss Moneypenny’s Famous Bottomless Lunch. Included in the bottomless lunch is a 2-hour beverage package of selected cocktails, spritzers, bubbles, wine and beer. From $95 Saturday 13 March, 12.30pm; XO Goes to Tassie. Grab your first-class ticket to Tassie! Indulge in a four-course lunch at XO Sunshine Beach with matching wines introduced by Travis Watson from Red + White. $125. Sunday 14 March, 11.30am. Celebration of Queensland at Locale. Guest chef Spencer Patrick of Harrisons Restaurant Port Douglas will join Locale’s Chef Chris Hagan to curate a menu celebrating Queensland. Enjoy a cocktail on arrival and a delicious four-course lunch with matched wines. $190. Sunday 14 March, 12.00pm. A Day on the Riviera. The French and Tuscan Riviera come to Noosa Waterfront! Enjoy a magnificent five-course lunch, complemented with wines by Veuve Clicquot and Antinori wine, a 26th generation wine-maker from Tuscany. $185. Sunday 14 March, 12.30pm; Autumn Paella Fiesta at Cooloola Berries. If paella, sangria, tapas and music sounds good to you then head on out to Cooloola Berries farm in the Noosa hinterland to enjoy a paella feast. $49 for two.
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