Experience The Tweed One Bite at a Time

It’s no secret that we are big food lovers here at the Tweed Coast Guide, which means it’s also no secret why we are so pumped to announce that the Tweed Artisan Food Weekend is back again for the fourth time.

Running from Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 March, this jam packed four day weekend culinary festival, showcases the organic flavours of the Northern Rivers. An array of local producers, chefs, farmers and provedores putting the Tweed Coast firmly on the list as a go-to foodie destination.

The Crafty Cow Casuarina food restaurant
Lolita's Cantina tacos

From the coast to the valley, the event captures the Tweed in picturesque locations, from fresh food feasts to live music soirees to on farm experiences. The rich indigenous history of the area will form part of the program to ensure visitors pay homage to the cultural significance of the region.

Curated and produced by Destination Tweed and proudly supported by the Tweed Shire Council, the collection of bespoke events provides something for everyone. Whether you’re a seafood lover, gin connoisseur, paddock to plate advocate, sunset warrior, early bird, boat cruiser or just keen to explore new places and old favourites, dishing up the perfect mix of authentic traditional tastes and modern fusions of flavour, the Artisan Food Weekend has you covered.

We’re so excited some of our fave businesses are taking part, like Lolita’s Cantina in Casuarina, Nectar in Caba, Potager in Carool and Husk Distilleries in Tumbulgum, with the four days of events culminating in a BBQ Seafood White Party hosted by no other than famed local chef Snowy, at the hinterland wedding venue, Fins at Plantation House.

Fins at Plantation House long lunch

WHAT: Tweed Artisan Food Weekend

WHEN: Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 March

WHERE: Various locations around the Tweed Coast and Valley

For more information on the event schedule and to purchase tickets, visit https://destinationtweed.com.au/tweed-artisan-food-weekend-march-2021-live/

Words: Lewis Smith

Photos: Kristy Mason Photography