The Feast of the Senses is arguably North Queensland’s premier Tropical Food Experience.
The Feast of the Senses headlines Far North Queensland's impressive variety of rare and exotic fruits whilst also showcasing their enviable range of other produce including meat, seafood, herbs, spices and wine, the Festival celebrates a veritable smorgasbord of fine fare. Nowhere else is such a range of produce and cultures found as in this particular region of Tropical North Queensland.
The region boasts a vast array of tropical and exotic fruits which have been collected over the past 30 years from all corners of the tropical world. Mix this together with the many ethnic cultures in the region and the town centre itself which is home to the best collection of Art Deco architecture in Australia. To blend all of this with the wonderful array of local produce is to really experience the region in all its glory.
In 2017 the Feast of the Senses Festival will take on a different format. For the first time the Festival will be held a condensed period of six days incorporating just one weekend. This will allow visitors to the Festival to enjoy all events in a shorter space of time, thus enabling a week’s holiday to our region.
Major events include a Market Day Extravaganza and Food Trails where you can visit the farms.
This is a festival that appeals to adults and children. Some events, such as the Food Trails and the Gala Dinner incur a cost but many other festival events are free.
WHEN: Thursday 23rd to Tuesday 28th March 2016
WHERE: Locations throughout Innisfail, Far North Queensland
BOOKINGS: Visit the Feast of the Senses website (listed above) for full program and event details
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