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The Real Food Festival – a Taste of Golden Plains


Celebrate the quality produce of the Golden Plains Shire at the inaugural Real Food Festival from 4-18 March 2017.


Over a two-week period, the region’s best farmers, growers and makers will come together to host a series of events across the Shire from workshops and special interest talks to lunch in an olive grove and farm and winery tours.

With something to suit everyone from dedicated foodies to the home cook, the Festival will showcase the high-quality produce for which the Golden Plains Shire has become well-known.

Bec Cameron who opened Farmer’s Daughter Produce Store in Inverleigh in 2015 said she is thrilled to be able to share her love of fresh food.

"As a small business owner and someone passionate about supporting our local farmers and food suppliers I am excited to be a part of the inaugural Real Food Festival in 2017. What a great way to showcase what we have to offer in the Golden Plains," Bec said.

The Festival will run over a two week period and will involve numerous events in wineries, olive groves, cafes and local produce outlets.

With support from the Golden Plains Shire Council, The Real Food Festival is an initiative of a group of locals who are passionate about fresh, local food.

The Real Food Festival will be launched at the Golden Plains Farmers Market on 4 March 2017.

For more information and to see how to book events visit http://www.trff.com.au/ or follow the Festival on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/therealfoodfestival/