Favourites return: The Feast in the Forest at Leeuwin Estate is just one of the events returning to the festival program in 2016. Photo: Supplied.
The program of events for the 2016 Margaret River Gourmet Escape in Novemberhas been launched this week, with tickets going on sale this Friday July 22 from 11am AWST.
Marco Pierre WhiteSteins in the Vines at Evans and Tate,alongside son and executive chef Jack Stein for a seafood-focused feast using locally caught produce.
In keeping with the local seafood theme,chef Don Hancey will host a guided tour of the best of Cape Leeuwin’s offerings, where participants will learn about seafood caught and farmed off the coast of Augusta including Southern Rock lobster and abalone.
Local Wadandi man Josh Whiteland will again head up a twilight bushwalk to forage for coastal bush foods, before a spine-tingling didgeridoo performance in the depths of ancient Ngilgi Cave.
Guests will enjoy bush snacks prepared by Mr Whiteland in the company of visiting celebrity chefs and paired with Margaret River wines.
A list of new events will feature at the 2016 festival, including once in a lifetime dining experiences alongside some of the biggest names fromthe world of gastronomy.
Now in it’s fifth year, Gourmet Escape continues to attract crowds from withinWA as well as an increasing number of interstate and overseas visitors.
Chefs and food and wine connoisseurs who have visited the region as part of the festival have raved about the quality of available produce, sustainablemethods and breathtaking venues on offer.
“Gourmet Escape, without question, is the greatest food event on the planet,”said chef Marco Pierre White onhis visit in 2015.
“Chefs from every single part of the Earth are here; whenthey leave, it’s life changing because they’ve been introduced to something trulymagical.”
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