Gascoyne Food Festival

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Screen Shot 2018-06-21 at 11.48.43 AM5 August – 8 September
As cold weather descends on Perth, the Gascoyne is once again gearing up for another gourmet food extravaganza in the sun. The Gascoyne Food Festival is the ultimate winter getaway, promising incredible local produce served up by Western Australia’s top chefs in some of the world’s most idyllic locations.
Visitors will enjoy a refreshed approach to events this year, with new additions and changed formats in store. As always there is something for everyone, with events held across the region including Dirk Hartog Island, Exmouth, Mount Augustus and Carnarvon, all showcasing amazing local meat, seafood, fresh fruit and vegetables.
“The Gascoyne produces some of the best food in the world that WA chefs are so lucky to have direct access to. I am really excited to show this year’s group of top chefs some of my favourite produce and work together to put on another incredible festival,” said chef, caterer and entrepreneur Stuart Laws.
Michael Nixon, Chairman of the Gascoyne Food Council says that the region’s commitment to promoting it’s horticultural, pastoral, fishing and tourism industries through this key industry event, the Gascoyne Food Festival, is stronger than ever.
“The Gascoyne Food Festival has grown from a 60 person lunch in Carnarvon to a region-wide celebration of the amazing fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood on offer, largely because year on year we offer the best of Western Australian lifestyle. That being fresh, local food served up in a natural, unpretentious setting in support of our hard-working rural community,” said Michael.
“It is a huge amount of work putting on this festival and we have a tireless team striving to make it happen because it is such a huge boost for local business and driving awareness of our hardworking horticultural, pastoral, fishing and tourism industries,” he said.
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