Taste Great Southern tempts Perth foodies
Taste Great Southern has tantalised a Perth audience with a foretaste of this year’s program. Member for Warren-Blackwood Jane Kelsbie MLA launched Taste Great Southern 2022 at an event at the Perth City Farm on Wednesday 9 March.
Premium food and wine from the Great Southern were showcased at the launch and guests were invited to make their plans for an enjoyable sojourn in the region from 5 to 15 May.
Taste Great Southern recently secured three-year funding through the State Government’s Tourism WA Regional Events Program, taking the event through to 2024.
We have supported Taste since it started in 2005 and continue as a major sponsor to help it deliver a program highlighting the Great Southern’s food and beverage experiences. Taste invites travellers into the region, boosting our economy, and encourages locals to enjoy and learn about the excellence of regional products.
Among the 30-plus events on the 2022 program are long table degustations, markets, seafood specialties, cooking masterclasses and multiple opportunities to enjoy award-winning wines and other beverages. You can access the full Taste program online.
Photo: GSDC CEO Natasha Monks spoke at the Perth launch of Taste Great Southern and invited guests to plan a trip to the region.
Read more from Bulletin 64:
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- Five Great Southern projects to share $586,100 in RED Grants
- Partnerships promote trade and tourism
- Katanning café supports eco awareness
- TEDx Kinjarling takes Great Southern speakers to the world
- Nowanup a place of healing
- CinefestOz Albany to showcase Australian films
- Milestone for Albany Ring Road
- Survey to help boost drought resilience
- Voucher program supports carbon strategies in the Great Southern
Go to GSDC Home page.