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Follow Jason Godfrey’s adventures through Australia and plan your dream trip.  

48 hours in Brisbane

48 hours in Brisbane

Located on the winding Brisbane River, the city of Brisbane boasts world class food and wine as well as numerous cultural attractions. Jason Godfrey recently visited this sophisticated capital city for his show Savour Australia.

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The art of coffee in Melbourne

The art of coffee in Melbourne

Australians are serious about their coffee. Since Italian immigrants brought the first espresso machines to the country in the 1950s, Australia’s coffee and café culture has undergone several waves of innovation and refinement. Melbourne has long been regarded as the coffee capital of Australia and is one of the world‘s leading cities for finding great coffee.

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48 hours for foodies in Launceston

48 hours for foodies in Launceston

Tasmania provides Australia with some of its best produce ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables to seafood, red meat and cheeses. The state is full of food and wine secrets just waiting to be discovered. In fact, there are so many hidden gems here that exploring the island is like one big treasure hunt with delicious rewards.

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Five things to do on Rottnest Island

Five things to do on Rottnest Island

Jason Godfrey and winemaker Peter Gago talk f...

Jason Godfrey and winemaker Peter Gago talk food and wine matching

The custodian of Penfolds Grange shares his favourite restaurants and places to visit in the Barossa Valley

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Fishing lodges and foraging in the Northern T...

Fishing lodges and foraging in the Northern Territory

Northern Territory tourism operators are showcasing how you can pick, catch and cook your own, hand-selected Australian produce for a fresh, unforgettable local food experience. Catching or harvesting your own produce is a chance to connect with the origins of our food. For serious foodies it’s also an opportunity to discover the best ways to prepare produce and explore some of Australia’s most dramatic and fertile landscapes.

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The Best Halal Restaurants in Australia

The Best Halal Restaurants in Australia

When you are travelling Australia, you will find a range of options for Halal cuisine. From produce in supermarkets, cheap and cheerful cafés to fine dining. If Halal dining is your requirement you will find a growing range of products and eateries throughout Australia’s cities.

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Australia’s Food and Wine Trends for 2016

Australia’s Food and Wine Trends for 2016

It’s no secret that Australia has fresh produce. What’s less well-known is that the country’s foodies are exceptionally innovative and creative so the food scene is dynamic and ever-changing. Here’s what food-and-wine loving travellers can expect in Australia in 2016.

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Special Offers

Special Offers

From time to time tourism operators have special offers which will help you plan your trip to Australia and make your holiday truly memorable.

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5 local markets to visit in Sydney

5 local markets to visit in Sydney

Australia offers premium-quality produce and a plethora of ways to experience it. Head to a Farmers Market in Sydney to find a gathering of producers from across the state serving up delicious food such as artisan bread and organically grown, in-season vegetables ready for you to eat without leaving the city.

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