Sate your appetite for tasty local food at farm gates, markets & events, dining out, or with an intimate cooking experience.
Novelist Franz Kafka once wrote that as long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being.See more
Meet the growers, makers and creators.
There’s no better way to become a locavore than by finding a market.
Make it, bake it, grow it, sew it.
There’s no better way to fall in love with local food (and more) and put your finger on the pulse of a community than finding the markets.
Oyster Trail – Sapphire Coast Region
Love oysters? The Sydney Rock Oyster is famous for a unique blend of salt and cream, a lingering flavour that carries the scent of the pristine environments in which it grew. Take the Oyster Trail between Bermagui to Wonboyn Lake to meet the growers at farm gates, restaurants and out on the water. Drive at your own pace, include village stops or… viewSee more
Oysters and Seafood Experiences
This is the place, the ‘meeting of the waters’, where two great ocean currents collide. The two systems – one from the Equator and one from Antartica – create a superhighway for thousands of species of marine life. And we are the winners. Pristine Sapphire Coast oysters and seafood!See more
There’s something really honest about eating food that’s grown locally. Tomatoes taste like tomatoes, the silk of extra virgin olive oil adds that special zing to home-cooked food and apples carry the crisp scent and flavour of autumn’s crispy chill with them.See more
Oysters are only one part of the story when it comes to sensational seafood.See more
There’s an old saying that praises the corkscrew as a useful key. It unlocks the storehouse of wit, the treasury of laughter, the front door of fellowship, and the gate of pleasant folly.See more