Great news for foodies – Sheraton’s Taste of Port Douglas is back.
Sheraton will bring together some of Australia’s most inspiring chefs and industry
leaders to deliver an unforgettable culinary experience over four unique locations.
Kicking off in October, these appetizing events will serve up the best in food and drink with a strong sense of community starting with a festival across four days in Queensland’s idyllic Port Douglas, followed by a series of Sheraton summer events in Melbourne, Sydney, and the Gold Coast.
Back after Four Years
After its four-year hiatus, foodies will have cutlery at the ready as Taste Port Douglas, presented by Sheraton, gets set to mark its highly anticipated return to the Sunshine State from the 7th to the 10th October 2021.
Led by Spencer Patrick (Harrisons, Port Douglas), the festival will welcome some of
Australia’s leading chefs to the table including Ben Williamson, Alanna Sapwell, Laura Sharrad and Massimo Mele – with more names soon to be announced.
What to Expect
Guests can expect only the finest, including the coveted Port Douglas Long Lunch, staged in the heart of the seaside town with ocean views and set to feature four top local restaurants in collaboration with prominent Australian chefs.
Sheraton Festival Village
There will also be a Sheraton Festival Village with cooking demonstrations,
masterclasses and all-day beach bar, and Saturday evening’s infamous Harry Hawker Street Food Party – the festival will have something for everyone.
With the support of Wallaby Water, Taste Port Douglas is a single-use plastic-free festival.
Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Port Douglas
The resort will become the bustling epicentre of foodie heaven across the weekend with its breathtaking backdrop and tropical location.
Tropical Far North Queensland
The region is home to some of the most beautiful sun-drenched beaches, snorkelling and reef resorts in Australia.
Tourism Tropical North Queensland Chief Executive Officer Mark Olsen said Taste Port Douglas would help raise the profile of the region’s food and beverage offering while enticing southerners north for a holiday.
“The Great Barrier Reef and the world’s oldest rainforest attract people to Tropical North
Queensland, but many Australian visitors are only just discovering our excellent tropical produce and cuisine is an attraction too,” he said.
Taste Port Douglas Festival – October 7 -10 2021
Tickets on sale now via www.tasteportdouglas.com.au
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