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Regional Flavours 'BRISBANE'S BEST FOOD FESTIVAL'

 

Regional Flavours is Brisbane’s best food festival!

Held every year in the stunning South Bank Parklands of Brisbane’s inner city, featuring more than 80 stalls and exhibiting delicious morsels of food from across the beautiful state of Queensland.

There were many highlights of the festival and the Innovative Hiring team were delighted to be involved in the proceedings again!

The sprawling, delectable food festival was spread over five main entertainment areas, including the Hunting Club, the River Quay and Queensland Taste areas!

 

  With a big focus great quality, local produce from around the State of Queensland, the festival also boasted many celebrity chefs and food competitions, including Master Chef Australia judges Sarah Wilson and Katherine Sabbath, and guest appearances from George Calombaris and Gary Mehigan.

 

In order to make the festival the success it was, we partnered with a number of incredible collaborators, working together to ensure the event looked, felt and tasted divine!

 

A huge congratulations must go to Sharon Penny and her fabulous team who have once again gone above and beyond - veterans of Regional Flavours and experts at event design and styling, the Regional Food Festival simply would have been the same without them. With Sharon's undeniable eye for great detail, her team bring contemporary and unique designs each year, keeping everyone in anticipation for next year.

  Also on board were the floristry artists and experts: Daisy’s Florist and Flowers Of The World - Their work on was pivotal to its success!

None of this would be possible without the dedication of the team at Brisbane Marketingwe can't wait until next year!

  

 Stylist: Sharon Penny Event Designs  |  Event Management: Brisbane Marketing

Florists Flowers of the World Brisbane and Daisys Florists  |  Plants: A New Leaf Landscape

Lighting: High Impact Lighting  |  Customised Elements: Potato Press  |  Photographer: Leah Desborough