QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA RURAL CABOOLTURE TRADE & RETAIL EVENT ! JUNE-JULY

Farm Fantastic is one of Queensland’s Australia largest rural, farming, agriculture, livestock and lifestyle Expos ! This event features hundreds of displays from local and national companies and attracts tens of thousands of patrons annually in Caboolture..

Everything from breed displays, farm machinery, cattle yards and vehicles through to sheds, tools, tanks and mowers will be on display, PLUS the event features products and services for our homes and backyards, gourmet foods, produce, plants, wines, and more.

FREE EVENT GUIDE ! WEB SITE HERE

Make sure you grab your free copy of the Event Guide as you enter the event !

The Guide contains all the essential information you need to know about the event including, entertainment details, event maps, complete lists of exhibitors and products on display, prize information and loads more !

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ONLINE EVENT GUIDE !!

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Venue: 357 Browns Plains Rd, Crestmead
Opening Hours:
Saturday 29th 8am – 4pm;
Sunday 30th 8am – 1pm
Admission: $8 Adults, Children U14yrs FREE

For further information on Fair call 0427 465 407 or email alej1@iprimus.com.au

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International Conference of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products (ICMCM) in July

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Be part of the important trade conference for the traditional Chinese medicine industry, happening in Hong Kong.

11 July 2016

WHAT: It is Asia’s leading conference for the booming Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) industry, attracting experts and industry insiders from around the world to share insights.

WHEN: 11-12 August 2016

WHY: Hong Kong is a centre for the TCM industry, with many practitioners and researchers in the field based here.

This two-day conference features local and overseas experts with a focus on Chinese medicine research. Get valuable insights from experts in the field and take advantage of opportunities for information exchange and networking.

The event will be held alongside the popular HKTDC Food Expo and the Hong Kong International Tea Fair, Home Delights Expo, as well as the new Beauty & Wellness Expo. A new Chinese Medicine zone, in association with the ICMCM conference, will be incorporated into the Trade Hall at the Food Expo.

WHERE: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

For more information>>>>>>>>, please visit: http://icmcm.hktdc.com

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GOOD FOOD & WINE SHOW JUNE-JULY-AUGUST-OCTOBER MELBOURNE PERTH SYDNEY BRISBANE AUSTRALIA

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The Good Food & Wine Show is Australia’s largest consumer food and beverage show. Each year over 100,000 visitors head to the shows in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane to experience a day out where they can take home a new discovery to inspire their next foodie adventure.

Exhibiting in Sydney? Download your exhibitor toolkit here!

**SHOWS ALSO IN PERTH, MELBOURNE & BRISBANE IN DIFFERENT MONTHS

The Good Food & Wine Show offers you the chance to exhibit alongside local producers to industry leaders and reach this highly engaged audience. Align your brand with Australia’s most exciting food & wine event, which features a host of well-known celebrity chefs, unique features and masterclasses which excite and inspire.

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Childers Festival a Multicultural Event Queensland Australia July/August

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Every year the township of Childers swells to 40,000 people with non-stop multicultural music and entertainment, hundreds of market stalls and a smorgasbord of food.

Stallholders and performers are welcome to forward their Expressions of Interest for the event.

FREE ADMISSION both days, it kicks off on Saturday afternoon from 2pm well into the night and Sunday, the main festival day, from 9am to 3:30pm.

MORE HERE

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Caribbean July Food and Drink Expo 2015 in England on video

Published on Jul 22, 2015

CaribDirect Multi-Media in association with Fairweather Productions and Black Cultural Archives staged the first Caribbean Food and Drink Expo in Windrush Square, Brixton South London on Sunday 12th July 2015.CaribDirect Multi-Media in association with Fairweather Productions and Black Cultural Archives staged the first Caribbean Food and Drink Expo in Windrush Square, Brixton South London on Sunday 12th July 2015.

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Regional Flavours 2016: Celebrity chefs cram Brisbane menu Qld Australia

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SOME of the biggest names in Australian food have converged on Brisbane for this weekend’s Regional Flavours festival.

MasterChef Australia judges George Calombaris, Gary Mehigan and Matt Preston, River Cottage Australia presenter Paul West, The Living Room’s Miguel Maestre and culinary queen Maggie Beer are all part of the exciting line-up fronting Queensland’s largest food event, presented by The Courier-Mail.

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The two-day free event, which kicks off today at 10am, features cooking demonstrations by celebrity and local chefs, gourmet stalls from more than 80 of the state’s best producers and providores, plus live music, children’s activities, food trucks, wine tastings, bars and more.

“It’s actually the first time George, Matt and I have been anywhere demoing together and then you pair that with beautiful ingredients, beautiful produce and probably one of the biggest food events on the Australian culinary calendar and boom … you’ve got fireworks,” said Mr Mehigan.

The festival puts the spotlight on Queensland’s great food producing regions, showcasing everything from olives to cured meets, locally breweed beer to fresh fruit and vegetables from as far as North Queensland to the Gold Coast.

“I love the way the visits of the regional producers are underwritten by Brisbane in order to get the best of the state here at South Bank,” Mr Preston said.

“This is the biggest and best line-up ever and it’s a free event.”

More than 85,000 people are expected to attend across the two days.
TOP 10

Here we pick out the top 10 things to see and do at Regional Flavours Presented by The Courier-Mail.

Cuddle a lamb or piglet at Old McDonald’s Farm.

When: Saturday and Sunday 10am — 5pm

Where: Little Farmer’s Day Out, Riverside Green

Pick up tips for easy meals from Maggie Beer.

When: Saturday 10:30—11:15am

Where: EAT-SHOW-TELL stage, The Courier-Mail Piazza

Watch MasterChef George Calombaris whip up a traditional Greek recipe.

When: Saturday 11:45am — 12:30pm

Where: EAT-SHOW-TELL stage, The Courier-Mail Piazza

Sample the best food and wine Queensland has to offer at the Producer Showcase.

When: Saturday and Sunday 10am — 5pm

Where: Little Stanley Street

Eat your greens with Alastair McLeod

When: Saturday 11am — 11:30am; Sunday 3pm — 3:30pm

Where: Queensland Taste stage, Little Stanley Street Lawns

Indulge your sweet tooth with Adriano Zumbo.

When: Sunday 10:30—11.15am and 12.30-1.30pm

Where: EAT-SHOW-TELL stage, The Courier-Mail Piazza; and Sweet Escape, Little Stanley Street Lawns

Hear Matt Preston talk about his MasterChef experience while he cooks up a storm.

When: Saturday 2:15—3pm

Where: EAT-SHOW-TELL stage, The Courier-Mail Piazza

Toast the best of the state’s meat and malt at The Hunting Club.

When: Saturday and Sunday 10am — 8pm

Where: Little Stanley St Lawns

Feed the soul with the sounds of local musicians at River Quay.

When: Saturday and Sunday 10am — 5pm

Where: River Quay Green, South Bank

Reconnect with nature with River Cottage Australia

When: 10:30am — 4:30pm

Where: Epicurious Garden

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Good Food Month is Australia’s largest food festival 2016

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Good Food Month, presented by Citi, is perhaps Australia’s largest food festival,  with everything spanning fabulous dining dinners to free, family-friendly outdoor functions. Eating, writing, cooking: it doesn’t matter what side of the table you’re on, there’s no better time to be into food in Australia.

Good Food Month venues are across Canberra in March, Perth in April, Brisbane in July, Adelaide in September, Sydney in October and Melbourne in November.

For more information visit: goodfoodmonth.com

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