New format for Taste
Fresh produce, spectacular wine, superb cooking and all that is on offer at Taste Great Southern is just around the corner.
The food and wine festival will run from April 4 to 14 and this year will focus on 10 full days of events rather than three weekends.
With up to 30 events centred on Katanning, Albany, Denmark, Mt Barker, Porongurup, Frankland River and Kojonup, dozens of chefs from WA, the Eastern States and overseas will again showcase the best produce of the Great Southern.
Event director Richard Campbell is excited to be able to work with the region after being appointed for another three years.
“It is a privilege to promote such a produce and attraction-rich region,” he said.
“Previous guest chefs at Taste Great Southern such as Marco Pierre White, Miguel Maestre, Colin Fassnidge and Justine Schofield have raved about the produce coming from the State’s south.
“This year, the stars of the show will be produce like the region’s marron, Wagyu beef, asparagus and berries, the incredible seafood and of course the array of wine styles from across the region.”
One event to look out for in Katanning is the CWA Feast, a celebration of home and country, held at the Premier Mill Hotel on Saturday, April 13.