Paddock to Plate

With our busy, cluttered, urban lifestyles, taking the time to source and prepare fresh food can be a challenge. Whilst we may love the theatre and experience of cooking and eating, the daily meal is more often a chore than a joy.

This is where a paddock-to-plate experience can reignite your passion for quality produce, and simple, authentic and delicious food preparation and consumption.

There are a wealth of authentic food experiences in Australia and beyond – from growing, to gathering, to preparing, to consuming.

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Samphire Foraging at Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Luxury Lodges of Australia

You can indulge in an authentic farm to fork experience, which will change the way you think about food forever.

You can have the opportunity to meet with farmers, chefs, winemakers and like-minded food lovers to go on a culinary journey from terroir to table. Spend a day collecting your ingredients from the organic farm, milking the goat and talking to the farmer, before retreating to your rustic kitchen to prepare and compare, then enjoy a delectable feast of the food you have created. You can enjoy this with family, colleagues, clients and friends, or with complete strangers, who, by the end of the day, will have become your new best buddies.

Talk to us about how we can help you have an unforgettable paddock-to-plate experience.

To get your creative juices flowing and ideas sprouting – here are some Evvoke blogs on paddock-to-plate experiences:

Paddock to Plate – the New Holiday Experience

Wine Tasting on the Mornington Peninsula

Down on the Farm – Gourmet Style

Top 10 East Coast Tassie Treats

Atherton Tablelands Foodie Tour

Bijou Bush Tucker

Australia’s Best Food Markets

Noosa Food Fest Delights

2016 Tourism Trend – Food!

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Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Photo by Greg Snell. Tourism Australia

Banner Photo – II Cacciatore Cooking School. Hunter Valley, New South Wales. Photo by Andrew Smith. Tourism Australia