Street Food Festival will be better than ever

Beaudesert's Street Food Festival is on 26 June. Photo: Supplied
Beaudesert's Street Food Festival is on 26 June. Photo: Supplied

Scenic Rim Eat Local Week bites into a second decade of celebrations with over 125 events at 42 locations from 25 June to 3 July.

The program includes an incredible line up of long lunches, flavour filled dinners, farm gates, degustations, culinary celebrations, food walks, tastings, tours and talks, masterclasses, workshops for all ages and more, including the signature celebration, the Winter Harvest Festival on 2 July.

Simply put, Eat Local Week places food and its creators centre stage and once again, Beaudesert is the heart of it all. 

A must attend is Beaudesert’ s famous Street Food Festival returning bigger and better on 26 June from 9am to 3pm in Jubilee Park.

If long lunches, degustations and dinners are on your bucket list for 2022, then grab your highlighter because here’s what’s local:

Low & Slow BBQ @ Spring Creek – 3 July

Chef’s Table Dinner @ The Copperhead Cafe – 25 June & 2 July

If tours, tastings, talks and food experiences are more your thing:

Rathdowney Country Market – 26 June 

Tasting Tables @ Beaudesert Visitor Information Centre – 25/26 June 

Tastings At Rathlogan Olive Grove/The Shed Cafe – 25/26 June, 2/3 July

Seed Bomb Kids’ Workshop With Jasmine Urban Farm – 29/30 June, 1 July

Mini Frog Hotel Kids’ Workshop With Jasmine Urban Farm – 29/30 June, 1 July

Build A Bug Hotel Kids’ Workshop With Jasmine Urban Farm – 29/30 June, 1 July 

Flutter By And Taste Sensations – 30 June 

Kids’ Cheese Making Workshop @ Towri Sheep Cheeses – 29 June 

Gardening For Everyone – 3 July

The real stars of Eat Local Week are the award winning producers, growers and flavour makers, with the event providing the ultimate backstage pass to the farms, wineries, faces and food stories of the Scenic Rim.

Eat Local Week started in 2011 when a group of local producers, farmers and tourism operators planted the idea as a way to shine the light on the flavours and faces of the region; an event to encourage people to look to their backyard for seasonal food and pay tribute to the people that produce it.  That year 10 events were staged.

There’s also a full line-up of delicious entrée events in June to tantalise the tastebuds. Find out more about Eat Local Week online at eatlocalweek.com.au.

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