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Regional Flavours | South Brisbane – CANCELLED
13 May, 2022 - 15 May, 2022
UPDATE: EVENT CANCELLED – Due to the current weather situation, the 2022 Regional Flavours festival has been cancelled.
Head to South Bank Parklands this autumn for a fresh take on Regional Flavours, the precinct’s signature food and drink festival that’s totally kid friendly.
From 13 -15 May 2022, Regional Flavours will welcome thousands of families for a weekend of food, fun and frivolity, exploring the new theme of the ultimate grazing table. And, entry is free!
This beloved event brings together some of Australia’s renowned chefs, local producers, winemakers, brewers and distillers to showcase the flavours and produce of their region.
So, whether you’re planning to spend the weekend, one day or even just an afternoon lazing and grazing, Regional Flavours has curated a diverse range of activities and exclusive experiences catered to all.
Kids Collective at Regional Flavours
Regional Flavours will feature a number of free activities brought to you by OzHarvest, BrisStyle and Brisbane Library Storytellers that have been designed to educate and entertain your little ones.
With each activity relating back to the essence of Regional Flavours, the root of all storytelling, arts and craft will be centred on the celebration of food. True to its ethos, OzHarvest’s activities will inspire kids to eat healthy, waste less and become change-makers in the local community. Kids Collective at Regional Flavours includes:
|Brisbane Library Storytellers||11am-2pm|
|OzHarvest Mini Foodies||10am-5pm|
|Interactive Art and Craft with BrisStyle||10am-5pm|
Regional Flavours event information
The main event (which includes market stalls, cooking demonstrations, kids activities and live music) is on from 10am – 6pm on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May 2022, and entry is free.
However, if you want to take part in the Opening Party or masterclasses, get your tickets now via Oztix, before it’s too late, Head to Oztix.
Regional Flavours is proudly produced by South Bank Parklands and Brisbane City Council.