An Exciting Private Day Tour to Sydney’s Southwest Market Gardens

Food Travel Australia

Take your group on an exclusive culinary journey to Sydney’s southwest market gardens, just 50 minutes (and a world apart) from the CBD. As mentioned in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Living, the tours highlight seasonal produce and take you behind the scenes to meet the wonderful people who produce our food.

Join the lovely and talented Chef Tawnya Bahr as your guide for the day. Tawnya’s passion for food is extraordinary – you’ll be inspired!

Board our air conditioned mini coach and head south visiting a variety of regional gourmet shops and primary producers that have included growers of figs, prickly pears, seasonal vegetables, mushrooms, and a pork and bacon smokehouse.

The tour includes cooking demonstrations and plenty of tastings at stops through the day. Our exploration winds up with a leisurely lunch cooked by your private chef / guide, along with a wine tasting and a private farmers market experience. The lunch menu is designed to celebrate the farm’s bounty and highlight ingredients found in the area.

There are plenty of opportunities to shop along the way so bring some cash and your cooler bag. Travel time provides great opportunities for structured team building exercises.

Due to the seasonality of produce, the stops will vary from tour to tour as does the lunch menu. Please enquire for more detail.

9am – 4pm (but can be tailored to your group)

$165 per person inc GST (based on 20 guests)

All entry fees, coach from Danks St, tastings, chef & demonstrations, lunch, wine tasting, guides.

About “Crave” and SIFF

The Sydney Morning Herald’s hugely popular Good Food Month is now “Crave” the Sydney International Food Festival, presented by Citi. With everything from visiting international chefs and celebrities to special dinners in leading Sydney restaurants, plus markets, tours, cooking classes and street festivals, everyone can join the feast. See www.cravesydneyfoodfestival.com.au for the program and to register for regular news and updates.

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