This memorable trail starts with a delicious home-made morning tea and tour of Hinterland Feijoas, then onto the futuristic North Arm Farm, which uses bioponics method to raise Black Angus cattle and also sells chemical free local produce in the farm shop.
The star of the show is Nick Blake (ex Noma and Wasabi chef) who will create, what some call, a biosphere on a plate, food fresh from nature with wild edibles and locally grown meat or seafood as a 3-course lunch with local wines served at Kin Kin General Store. Optional, is a walk through Kin Kin State School to see their amazing permaculture gardens.
Just up the road we will stop at Noosa Black Coffee, for a plantation tour. Finally, a stop for an amazing sunset drink before heading back to Noosa.
The Slow Food Noosa Trail departs in air-conditioned buses, leaving from Noosa Heads Bus stop, (cnr Noosa Parade and Noosa Drive opposite Noosa Heads Lions Park) at 8.30am promptly, so be early as no latecomers will be included.
We suggest comfortable shoes and hat (including sunscreen).
A goodie bag will be supplied including water.
The trail departs from and returns to the Noosa Heads Bus Stop. Please meet at the Noosa Heads Bus Stop (opposite Lions Park on the corner of Noosa Parade and Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads).
The air conditioned bus departs at 8.30am sharp and cannot wait for latecomers. Please arrive 5 minutes prior for a prompt departure.
As three of our stops are farms, we recommend comfortable shoes and weather dependent clothing (including a hat and sunscreen).
All guests will be provided with a goodie bag including water.