The Taste Norfolk Island Food Festival is back from 26 – 30 November 2018 and once again will be showcasing magnificent locally grown, fresh, organic produce presented by a talented line-up of Chefs.
Norfolk Island is a food lover’s destination boasting 20 plus eating out places presenting the freshest of fish, succulent beef and pork, a selection of in-season fruit and vegetables picked daily and boutique products including artisan cheese and honey, and many more paddock to plate experiences.
Thanksgiving Day activities are also being held over from the week prior’s official day so it can be celebrated during this popular annual Festival. Norfolk Island remains one of the few places outside the US to mark this special day, which dates back to when American whalers were living on the island.
Payment of bookings generated for the New Zealand market will be required in Australian dollars based on the quoted New Zealand dollar exchange rate at time of purchase.
The Norfolk Island Food Festival Package is priced at AUD600 wholesale (AUD685 retail) based on four set and a choice of two Festival options. Additional options are priced at AUD75 wholesale (AUD95 retail).
Package inclusions are:
- Mon 26 Nov – Welcome Cocktail Party: 4.30pm – 7.30pm
- Tue 27 Nov– Taste Norfolk’s Bounty Festival Night: 5.30pm – 11.30pm
- Wed 28 Nov – Thanksgiving Day Luncheon: 12.30pm
- Thu 29 Nov – Celebration Dinner: 5.30pm
- Taste Norfolk Island Gift Pack
- 2 x complimentary Festival options (Slick & Sons Sausage Making, The Forager Sour Dough Workshop, Culinary Journey, Blue Kingfisher, The Barn or Death By Chocolate
Bookings are to be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org with payment required within 30 days of invoice and detailing:
- Client name
- Travel dates
- Choice of Festival options
- Dietary requirements
- Any additional relevant information
Norfolk Island is long-regarded as a wonderful place to holiday with family and friends or escape with a loved one. In addition to fabulous culinary experiences, countless activities include swimming, fishing, snorkelling, kayaking, surfing, cycling and bushwalking. There are glass bottom boat tours and ocean trips to Phillip Island, and attractions including Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama. A further attraction of historical significance is the World Heritage listed Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area, the oldest of the eleven Australian penal colonies.