Explore this tantalising tasting trail along Sydney's waterfront, 11am to 5pm on 29th & 30th October
From 11am - 5pm on Saturday 29th October and Sunday 30th October, The Great Graze will take over The Streets of Barangaroo. A food lover's haven, the two-day festival will include a tasting plate trail, a speaker series, a First Nations native foods market and live entertainment.
To kick off the festival on Saturday, ‘Food for Thought,’ a speaker series of top hospitality heavyweights will be hosted in the lobby of One International Towers. Hosted by leading Australian food media personality Myffy Rigby, the sessions will take the form of conversations along with tips and tricks for the audience to take to the home kitchen. ‘Food for Thought’ talent includes celebrity chef and restaurateur Matt Moran, Brent Savage (The Bentley Group), John Susman (managing director and owner of Fishtales) and Rebecca Sullivan & Damien Coulthard (the First Nations Food Companion cookbook).
Sydney’s favourite restaurants and cafes will be serving tasting plates of signature dishes from market-style stalls outside each venue. A First Nations food market will showcase incredible food, drink and products from: Warndu; Blak Cede; Bush to Bowl; Chocolate on Purpose; The Unexpected Guest; Native Botanical Brewing; Amber's Food Wraps; and Native Foodways.
When: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October, 11am to 5pm
Where: Wulugual Walk, Barangaroo House, Barangaroo Avenue to Shipwright Walk and International Towers, Tower One lobby.