SOLD OUT – Wait List Only


Slow Food Noosa Seasonal Dinner and 2024 Snail of Approval Presentation

Thursday 15 February from 5pm

Our Annual Farmer Expo and Award Dinner – indulge in a mouth watering locally sourced dinner.

Come to meet and support our amazing local farmers and producers. Then stay to enjoy an outstanding local produce dinner created by the dedicated staff at Park and Cove Restaurant.

The local producers expo and award ceremony starts at 5 pm.  Then dinner starts at 6pm.

The bespoke dinner includes a beverage with dinner supplied by Amrita Park Meadery.

As head of the Park and Cove kitchen, Andy Wilcox will be sourcing the freshest local produce available.  Although availability of local produce can change daily so things can change, Andy has planned for the menu below. Food service will be ‘alternate drop’.

Please ensure you let us know if you have any dietary requirements not already catered for in this menu.

Entrée (Alternate Drop)

Noosa Reds ox-heart tomato, pangrattato, chilli macadamias, herbs, grilled zucchini with aged balsamic on a bed of stracciatella cheese; or

Coconut Forage Farm chicken larb, with a green goddess salad including pomelo, snow pea and mint.

Main (Alternate Drop)

Piggy in the Middle pork belly, peach, sour lemon, carrot puree, fennel and apple slaw; or

Eastwell Farm beef rump cap, oyster mushroom, black garlic, crispy potatoes and red vein sorrel.


Sticky pineapple tamarind pudding, vanilla chantilly and Suncoast Lime caramel; or

Daintree chocolate melting moment and milk sorbet with caramel.


Slow Food Noosa’s Cooloola Farm Trail – September 23 & 24

Seven small scale quality farms will open their gates on 23rd & 24th September for a self-drive tour as part of Slow Food’s Cooloola Farm Trail.

With so many farms participating, there is something for everyone.  From coffee, mushrooms, lemon myrtle, berries, macadamias, passionfruit and beef, each farm has a unique experience.

The trail starts at Goomboorian (20 minutes east of Gympie and via Tin Can Bay Rd), every farm is 5-15 minutes’ drive from the other, heading south towards Kin Kin (which is 20 minutes north of Noosa, via Kin Kin Rd).

Cooloola Farm Trail Map:

Rachel’s Farm Film Screening and Q&A Session – August 24 and 25, 2023


Pomona Screening and Q&A Panel Session now sold out. Tickets still available for Noosa Screening and Q&A Session Friday 25th August 6:30pm.

Noosa’s BCC Cinemas at 6:30pm on August 25 –

Actress, director, farmer … Rachel Ward brings powerful film to Noosa and Pomona.

Bringing good, local food back to the table, and healing the land – that is the mission of actor, farmer and film director Rachel Ward.

Rachel is heading to Noosa and Pomona this month for screenings of her movie Rachel’s Farm.

In a first for Queensland, screenings at Pomona’s Majestic Theatre on Thursday, 24 August, at 6.30pm, then at BCC Cinema Noosa at 6.30pm Friday, 25 August, will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the actress/director/farmer.

Slow Food Noosa is proud to bring Rachel Ward to the region in conjunction with Tarwyn Park Training, Kandanga Farm Store, and Noosa and District Land Care.

In this feature film, Rachel travels from her own wilful ignorance about the ecological impacts of conventional agriculture, to championing a movement to restore the health of Australia’s farmland, food and climate. In doing so, this regeneration of the land will restore the well-being of the farming communities that sustain the nation.

Q&A Discussion

Rachel Ward will be part of the Q&A sessions at both screenings:
Pomona screening: Moderator, Amber Scott. Panel: Hamish Andrews, Forage Farms; Tim Scott, Kandanga Farm Store; Penny Kennedy, Sunshine Organics.
Noosa screening: Moderator, Dr Saskia De Klerk. Panel: Stuart Andrews, Tarwyn Park Training; Amber Scott, Kandanga Farm Store; Victoria Kane, Nutritionist.


Pomona’s Majestic Theatre at 6.30pm on August 24 – SOLD OUT!
Noosa’s BCC Cinemas at 6:30pm on August 25 –