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A JOURNEY FOR THE SENSES

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ABOUT THE FESTIVAL 

The Fleurieu Food Festival is a journey for the senses across the Fleurieu Peninsula throughout the month of August. The Festival showcases the breadth and depth of food and beverage producers and food businesses in the region. 

 

The event is brought to you by the Board of Fleurieu Peninsula Food. Businesses and groups involved in food and beverage production, value adding and tourism are invited to host food focused events throughout the month of August.

 

Experience fine dining in vineyards or olive groves, foraging experiences, farm tours and presentations or cooking classes.  Visit the multi-award winning Willunga Farmer’s Market for special presentations throughout the month and rub shoulders with the farmers that bring you their fabulous produce year round.   

It's not to late to include your event, for more information about being involved please click here.

 

There is something for everyone at the Fleurieu Food Festival, and we look forward to welcoming you in August 2023.
 

You are invited...

2023 Festival

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RAA IS HERE FOR MEMBERS, FOR GOOD.

We put people before profits - choosing instead to reinvest those profits into products, services, discounts and benefits for our members. Sometimes it's through supporting community causes that matter most - and sometimes it's through discounts we offer alongside our partners. When booking your tickets for the Fleurieu Food Festival, enter your membership number below for a coupon to receive  discounted prices for RAA members on selected events.

Enter your details for a 10% discount

A discount code will be emailed directly to you

The Fleurieu Food Festival acknowledges the Ngarrindjeri, Ramindjeri, Kaurna, and Peramangk people, who have been the Traditional Owners of these lands for thousands of years. We express our utmost respect for their spiritual relationship with the country and recognise the profound significance it holds for them.

 

We pay our respects to their elders, past and present, for their wisdom and leadership in preserving and sharing their rich culture and history. We also acknowledge the ongoing efforts of the Aboriginal people who continue to care for this country today and honour their invaluable contributions to the community.

 

As visitors to this beautiful land, we seek to learn from and be inspired by the stories, songs, art, and culture of the local indigenous communities. We are committed to supporting their aspirations for the future of their people and these lands.

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