Culinary Journeys from Kiama and the Sydney CBD
We take inspired journeys from the seaside town of Kiama, about 90 minutes south of Sydney and from the CBD of Sydney to visit the culinary delights of the South Coast and the city and suburbs of Sydney – all in one day. Our groups are very small so you have exclusive access to the proprietors of the places we visit to find out why their businesses are unique and at the pinnacle of culinary excellence. Most tours will include a spot of lunch. Our tours are fluid and are always different each time they are taken.
Journeys on the South Coast take you to some surprising places. The tours depend on what is in season, so call us and we will let you know where we are going. We may be exploring Kiama, Jamberoo, Kangaroo Valley, Berry, Robertson, Wildes Meadow, Picton or the Southern Highlands We may be visiting a truffle farm, an olive grove, a fruit orchard, local wineries, cheese makers, bread makers or specialist providores. Join us for a window on these culinary delights most people do not know exists. We can start from Wollongong or practically anywhere to Nowra or the Southern Highlands. We can return you to your starting point.
Our Journeys in Sydney start and finish from Central Station. We travel to a number of suburbs within close proximity to the city. We get behind the scenes and visit farmers markets, artisan butchers, artisan bakeries, a cultured butter churner, cheese mongers, hand-made ice cream and desserts specialists, a true bunker of European culinary goods including an amazing range of olive oils, coffee roasters who specialise in sustainable specialty coffee, cupcakes, chocolatiers, pasta makers, providores of gourmet and dry goods, spice suppliers, kitchen equipment purveyors full of all the gadgets and books to die for. For the boys we may even be visiting a brewery. Call us to find out where we are going or discuss where you would like to visit.
Tours are held every Wednesday and depending on farmers markets on Saturday or Sunday.
Journey with us and find out the amazing and hidden foodie delights in your own back yard, or if you are visiting be surprised by what is under your nose.