Tag Archive: Food and Wine

May 30

Delicious Food and Wine Road Trips in Australia

Vineyards in the Barossa Valley, South Australia.

With a ridiculously diverse range of jaw-dropping landscapes, a good connection of highways and impossibly scenic back roads, Australia is a country that is just made for road trips. Add fabulous produce sold from farmers’ gates, fantastic seafood served up sand-side, wonderful wineries with welcoming cellar doors, gastronomic restaurants overlooking the grapes, and small town …

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Jul 22

Best Food Experiences in Australia

Australia is one of the world’s great culinary destinations. Beautiful fresh local produce, talented chefs creating innovative cuisine, fantastic authentic ethnic food, superb markets and gourmet specialty food shops, and much more make Australia an appetizing country to visit. These are what we believe to be some of the best food experiences in Australia, based on …

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Jul 13

Great Barrier Feast at qualia on Hamilton Island with Chef Dan Hunter

Great Barrier Feast with chef Dan Hunter from Gran Tourismo on Vimeo. Watch it full screen in HD for best results. A highlight of our time back ‘home’ in Australia was getting to gourmet foodie weekend Great Barrier Feast at qualia on Hamilton Island with Chef Dan Hunter* for a story we were working on. Held periodically throughout …

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Jul 26

Savour Sublime Sydney Views Before Savouring a Sublime Meal

Many of the world’s great restaurants involve a journey – the Royal Mail Hotel, the Fat Duck, the French Laundry, and El Bulli, before it closed. And so it was with Berowra Waters Inn that it was necessary to go by way of sky, sea and river and get to savour sublime Sydney views before …

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Jun 29

Chef Dan Hunter and the Royal Mail Hotel at Dunkeld

The food of Chef Dan Hunter* and the Royal Mail Hotel at Dunkeld is food worth travelling for and the Grampians region, where it’s located, makes a great escape from Melbourne, and is easily worth a couple of days of your time. We’d been trying to experience the Royal Mail since 2009 when we were …

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