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NSW FOOD AND WINE SHOWCASED TO THE WORLD

More than 90 restaurants, 25 wineries, 30 hotels and epicurean lodges, 40 producers and providores and 20 tourism experiences across Sydney and NSW are currently in the spotlight.

More than 90 restaurants, 25 wineries, 30 hotels and epicurean lodges, 40 producers and providores and 20 tourism experiences across Sydney and NSW are currently in the spotlight.

35 of the most respected and influential international food and wine media, bloggers, celebrity chefs and social media influencers enjoy NSW’s gastronomic delights. 

The activity is part of the Tourism Australia Restaurant Australia campaign, Invite the World to Dinner.

Influencers from the UK, USA, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Japan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil, France, Germany and Italy, have spent the week travelling to seven regions across NSW to experience the State’s diverse and memorable food and wine culture.

Destination NSW Chief Executive Officer Sandra Chipchase said, “Some of the best of Sydney and NSW’s food and wine experiences are on show this week with our International guests undertaking everything from oyster shucking on the South Coast, foraging for mushrooms in the Southern Highlands, fruit picking on the Mid North Coast and cheese making in the Hunter Valley.”

“NSW wine regions are also showcased with Mudgee, the Hunter Valley, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands all playing host. Some of our most well-known varietals including semillon, shiraz and chardonnay showcased with winemakers hosting vertical tastings and conducting tours of their picturesque vineyards,” she said.

At Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours our favourite food and wine destinations include the Hunter Valley but even higher on our list is the spectacular South Coast and Sydney's Southern Highlands.  The Southern Highlands, not only boast superb wineries but magnificent nearby scenery. The Sea Cliff Bridge, down on the coast is part of the Grand Pacific Drive and in land from there you have Bulli Scenic Lookout and Bald Hill lokout on the edge of Sydney'sRoyal National Park.  These areas are so diverse and truly tipify the "real Australia".  Its sad that few tousists venture down that way, but do take advantage of our private customised tours to the South Coast and see for your self what a glorious and untouched place it really is.

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