Regional Flavours was held this weekend at Little Stanley Street, South Brisbane (at Southbank). Last year the kids and I went to it for the first time so we made sure it was on our calendar again this year. We headed in about 10.30 am and stayed for about 3 hours. Any longer than that and the parking costs were ricidulous and the kids were ready to go home as well. It was much bigger than last year and the styling of the event was so organic and natural and I was very impressed.
Now in its fourth year, Regional Flavours plays host to more than 100 of Queensland’s best food and wine producers from 12 different growing regions; South Burnett, Far North Queensland, the Granite Belt and Lockyer Valley will all be represented, plus many more. The wonderful outdoor setting of Little Stanley lawns in the Parklands, South Bank will be transformed as the country comes to the city for a celebration of sumptuous food and healthy lifestyles.