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You are invited! to DT3:Hunter Valley Winery Tour in March

Patrick's Friendly Tours - Saturday, February 21, 2015

Wine, anyone?

Join us in our English tour visiting the Hunter Valley, where Australia's wine history begun. Drive through rolling hills covered with vines, stop at some wineries to do some tasting, and listen to the history of the place and the maker’s passion for it. Try some Reds, Whites, Sparkling, dessert wines, and you might also encounter some exclusive & limited produce that is only available at the cellar door. There will be opportunities to taste and purchase some other local gourmet produce as well, such as cheese, chocolates, liqueur, olives, etc.     

Please refer to our website for details of the tour by clicking here.

DATE: Wednesday 18-Mar or Friday 20-Mar-2015

Language: English

 

Australia's biggest food festival!

Patrick's Friendly Tours - Friday, September 28, 2012

Spring has arrived to Sydney and with it the season for the biggest Australian food festival “Crave Sydney International Food Festival”

More than 100 flavours from around the world will get together in numerous locations in Sydney City & suburbs, including Hyde Park and George Street. Lots of food stalls and food trucks will line up to cater traditional food from around the world, while many restaurants provide special menus & cocktails, or dinner packages to show case what Australia is made of, and embrace what we have.

The gastronomic culture of Australia has been influenced by immigrants with colourful backgrounds and produced a new peculiar trend. This would be a great opportunity for you to experience rare cuisine from around the world, to the latest of the modern Australian.

You will find South American food in Fairfield, Chinese & Asian in “Little Shanghai” Ashfield, Italian in Haberfield, Korean in Strathfield, and visit Parramatta for Island style BBQ of NZ, Fiji & Samoa… There will be more food & culture festivals held in other Sydney suburbs at the same time during October (Check “Community Festivals” in the Food Festival’s website).

There will be plenty of demonstrations and cooking classes by celebrity chefs from different fields, art exhibitions with food themes, taste tours, cooking experience for children, etc.

Dates: Saturday-1-Oct to Monday-31-Oct (Various & limited dates for certain events.)
Locations: Hyde Park (Night Noodle Market), Sydney CBD, plus various suburbs throughout the community (visit the official site). 
Night Noodle Market: October 3-5, 8-12, and 15-19, up to 10pm @ Hyde Park.
A Moveable Feast (The Sydney Food Trucks & movie screens): October 20 @ George Street, between Park and Bathurst Streets. 
For further information please visit the official website.

Official Website: http://cravesydney.com/index.php