Enjoy a degustation of some of WA’s finest produce.

Similar to a gourmet food village, you will have the opportunity to try over 16 gourmet dishes! The best part of this event is that you will meet the producers behind the food.

Get A Taste of What’s on Offer

Mt Barker roast chicken, bush tomato, potato wedge, crispy chicken skin crumbs; Young George crispy fremantle octopus head, lime salt & red curry mayonnaise…How’s that sounding so far?

To get a taste of what is on offer, take a look at the menu (a work in progress) here.

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Featured Chefs

Aaron Carr | Yarri Restaurant

Chef Aaron Carr joins us at Farm2Fork for the second year!

For 21 years, Aaron Carr was a chef at pioneering Margaret River winery restaurant, Vasse Felix, before joining up with winemakers, Snake & Herring in 2018 to open Yarri, a popular restaurant-bar in the region’s northerly hub of Dunsborough.

Chef Aaron Carr presents a showcase of the region’s best offerings from artisan growers, farmers and fishermen. He pays homage to the six seasons of the Nyungar people and country, using ingredients from sustainable sources.

Taste Aaron Carr’s incedible cooking at Farm2Fork!

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Melissa Palinkas | Young George

Chef-co-owner Melissa Palinkas is one of Perth’s most inventive chefs, and is as famed for her house-made charcuterie, breads, pizzas, pickles and sauces as she is for constantly changing and redefining her extensive menu of share plates.

While she enjoys producing an innovative menu for Young George, Melissa runs a sustainable kitchen, making the best use of every part of vegetables and meats and minimising waste and plastic use.

For PLC Perth’s Make A Difference Week, Melissa will be running a workshop for students interested in learning how to cook, while being waste wise. Melissa will be cooking delicious Fremantle Octopus and local beef, slow cooked to perfection.

At Farm2Fork, students will be reproducing the meals cooked with Melissa.

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