Ooray Plum Festival - Diner en Vert - 28 SEP 2019
6pm

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Dine on an exclusive three course feast prepared by culinary expert, Samantha Martin, the renown SBS Bush Tukka Woman, who will be foraging with locals from the Tablelands and gathering fruits from Rainforest Bounty’s properties.

 

Starting at 6pm with cocktails on the shores of shimmering Lake Barrine National Park, the meal of Tropical North Queensland’s best produce will be served in the historic tea house and matched with curated wines and craft beers.

 

Traditional Owners will welcome us to country and local musicians entertain us with traditional and modern songs. Celebrity speakers Hilda Labrada Gore (Weston A. Price Foundation) from the USA and John Newton (The Oldest Foods on Earth) will speak on traditional diets, indigenous knowledge, wildlife conservation and regenerative agriculture.

 

Dress in green for a celebration of biodiversity and Australian Native Rainforest foods.

$110.00

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Ooray Plum Festival - Picnic Lunch - 29 SEPT 2019 - 12
noon

Picnic Hamper of Rainforest Bounty and local produce at Rainforest Bounty property on the Johnstone River including:

- Gallos cheeses and rainforest bounty chutneys

- Gourmet sandwiches or wraps

- Monster cookies 

- unlimited rainforest fruit drinks & tea/coffee

 $33/adult and $16.50/child (2-12 years old)

BYO Alcoholic Drinks

Guided orchard and river walks

Ooray Plum Hunt

Wildlife viewing & swimming

$33.00

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Inaugural Ooray Plum Festival - 28th & 29th SEPTEMBER
2019

The Ooray Plum is a luscious, tart, purple fruit; high in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals; known to local Aboriginal people as ‘Ooray’ and part of their rainforest-based cuisine for thousands of years.

To celebrate the culinary and health benefits of this wonderful native tropical Australian fruit, Rainforest Bounty Founder, Dr Geraldine McGuire (a globally-recognised environmental scientist) and her husband Atherton Nye (whose family have farmed in the region for seven generations since 1874) will host the inaugural Ooray Plum Festival; in partnership with the local Traditional Owners. 

This memorable event, based on the stunning Atherton Tablelands, showcases the history, tasting, cuisine, growing, harvesting and value-adding of the Ooray Plum over two tropical Spring days.

The Ooray Plum Festival is the acknowledgment of the roles played by all levels of the FNQ Community in the development of the native fruit sector and has been conceived as an annual grass roots collaborative event. Designed to elevate the food movement based around the sustainable cultivation, harvesting and processing of FNQ’s truly unique native food cornucopia.

Further details on the Ooray Plum Festival activities and assistance with bookings can be obtained by email info(at)rainforestbounty.com.au or phone 07 4097 6544

 
 

Christmas Lunch - Saturday 7 December
2019

2 course luncheon in a tranquil setting by the Johnstone River

BYO - alcohol 

 

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$44.00

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FOR ORDERS OR MORE INFORMATION

PHONE: +61 7 4076 6544
EMAIL: info(at)rainforestbounty.com.au
VENUE: 66 Lindsay Rd, Malanda Qld 4885
POSTAL: PO Box 73, Malanda, Qld, 4885
Taste Paradise raise awareness and increase trade in local Tropical North Queensland produce with paddock-to-plate relationships.
At Rainforest Bounty we passionately believe in the sustainable farming of native species and landscape restoration as a viable alternative to intensively farmed crops.
Since the Australian Cassowary is listed as endangered, we ensure they have a safe habitat to establish their own territories on our land here at Rainforest Bounty. More info about Cassowaries: www.cassowaryrecoveryteam.org/