Australia is a land of wine, great food, exotic ingredients and stunning landscapes. All foodies should go there for a gourmet vacation: there is much to explore. Here are Swide picks.
Papaya, mango, pineapple, litchi…Cairns has the most exotic orchard in the world. The volcanic fertile soil and the forests can offer more than that. Food is from heaven, all fresh and biologic, and you can have the chance to eat the freshest food and to taste the most delicious coffee from the plantations of the plateau.
In Campbell Parade street , but also in the Hall Street and Bondi in general, you can taste every kind of food, from tapas to brunch, to a delicious gelato in the bond Pavellon. All this framed by a beautiful, breath-taking view of the Ocean.
Sample kangaroo, buffalo, crocodile, camel, or enjoy the freshest of seafood. The range of places to dine across the Northern Territory is wide, and Darwin boasts some excellent casual eateries such as the Galleria in The Mall, the Food Court at Casuarina Square Shopping Square, and the always popular Stokes Hill Wharf and Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
Yarra Valley, Victoria
Match the Yarra Valley's fine wines with equally fine foods and an impressive array of fresh seasonal produce direct from the farm. Linger over long lunches in spectacular winery restaurants with breathtaking views, like the awarded Bella Vedere and Eleonore's, or Mandala Wines, De Bortoli's Locale Restaurant, Immerse Yarra Valley and Yering Station.
The most ancient wine area of Western Australia awaits you. Black Swan Winery & Restaurant is the Swan Valley's premier wine and dining experience. Unwind in this magnificent establishment overlooking the vineyard, adjacent rural properties and grazing farm animals set against the backdrop of the Darling Range. Experience the ambience of unique architecture with its mixture of rustic elegance, openness and grandeur.
By: Elisa della Barba