In my opinion, food should be a foundation of every traveller’s experience. And whenever possible, wine should be added. Australia has something for everyone and whatever that may be, I’d love to add some fine dining and Australian wine to your Australian bucket list experience.
What’s your passion? Looking for a cultural experience incorporating Aboriginal history? Or a nature getaway with a wellness focus? Or that Australian fishing trip you’ve been fantasizing about?
Let me help you create it… Here are some ideas of bespoke itineraries I can put together, staying at some of Australia’s most luxurious lodges, and served with the finest of Australian ingredients.
Essential Ingredient – South Australia
Looking for some soft adventure and sunshine? Bicycle is a very pleasant vehicle for culinary experiences! Enjoy leisurely cycling through glorious vineyards stopping only for amazing food or wine. Whether you’re tasting in Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Coonawarra or Clare Valley, I can help create an amazing trip. Not into bicycles? How about luxury car or helicopter…?
The Louise – Barossa Valley
Queensland – Taste the Tropics
Welcome to paradise, where tropical fruit, local produce and fresh seafood are bountiful. Looking to try some Hervey Bay scallops, Mooloolaba prawns or Moreton Bay bugs in an oceanfront restaurant after an amazing afternoon on the Great Barrier Reef? Or do you prefer to throw your own catch on the barbeque after a relaxing day fishing off the Fraser Coast? Whatever your Queensland adventure involves, I’ll make sure it’s memorable and delicious.
Paddock to Plate – Tasmania
Named by Lonely Planet in 2015 as the 4th top region to visit in the world, Tasmania has food lovers covered. Tasmania boasts some of the finest artisan cheeses in Australia, paired nicely with a sophisticated range local cool climate wines. Farmers markets display an abundance of mouth watering berries, crisp apples, and pears as well as specialty honey. Also known for it’s magnificent wild trout, world quality fly (and lure) fishing, boutique beers and whiskey, there’s no shortage of fresh culinary delights in Tasmania.