With a program of fun, free events to enjoy this year, there's no excuse not to indulge yourself in a Tasting Australia eating or drinking experience.
Explore the line up below, and be sure to register your attendance at events where required!
Multiple Dates | FREE | Adelaide Central Market
Across two days the Adelaide Central Market will showcase the incredible produce South Australia has to offer with a free program of events and cooking demonstrations by some of its most iconic traders. Live music and kids’ activities are also set to feature.
Multiple Dates | FREE - Registrations Required | Gawler Place Canopy
Experience South Australia at its most delectable as Rundle Mall unites the state’s finest regional producers, artisans and iconic local brands under one roof! Watch as talented chefs whip up mouth-watering recipes using their favourite local produce from South Australian regional producers, and sample an amazing range of local products.
Multiple Dates | FREE | Town Square
Discover more about local and national chefs, producers and hospitality heroes. First dishes, lessons learned the hard way, favourite childhood meals and career inspiration are all on the table. Hosted by food identity Mandy Hall, these free sessions will allow you to immerse yourself in the story telling world, learning more about familiar names in a warm, casual setting.
Sunday 1 May 2022 | FREE ENTRY - Registrations Required | Barley Stacks Wines
Discover the region’s harvest across land and sea in a relaxed atmosphere at Barley Stacks Wines. Local producers will sell entrée-sized dishes from stalls, allowing guests to graze their way through the afternoon. Pair your meal with a range of regional wines, beers and spirits, and enjoy tunes from a line-up of district musicians.
Friday 6th May 2022 | FREE ENTRY | The University of Adelaide
You’ve never had instant noodles like this before. The Noodle Cup brings together top chefs in Morgan McGlone of Belles Hot Chicken fame and Victor Liong from Melbourne favourite Lee Ho Fook; armed with quality local and seasonal South Australian produce to pimp up cup noodles.
At $5 per cup, it’s a price point foodies and students alike will love.