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The Bush Tucker Secrets tours are due to commence on Wednesday 5 April at 10.00am and will then be running every subsequent Wednesday, giving you plenty of choice as to when to book for this delightfully informative tour.
An introduction to native Australian foods, which could conceivably be some of the oldest in the world. Discover the fascinating world of bush tucker with a local bush food expert as you taste, touch and smell the seasonal bush tucker found in some of the lesser known rural areas of the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Learn about their healing properties and their significance in Australian indigenous culture.
Enjoy the diversity of natural foods, where the sweet is sweeter, the sour is more sour and a natural bitterness and spice heat that could knock the socks off your taste buds.
Image - By Tourism NT - Imagegallery Tourism NT, Attribution,https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1749615
On arriving you will be met by a well-informed Live It Tours guide who will take you on a historic tour of the little town of Eumundi. You will learn the meaning of Eumundi's indigenous name as well as how the Eumundi markets have evolved into one of Australia's premier markets with its local artisans, chefs and producers selling their locally made handcrafted wares.
After a very short stroll, you will arrive at your destination for the Bush Tucker Secrets Tour and be introduced to the local bush food expert. Learn about the diverse bush food plants available and participate in a fun and informative bush food blind tasting with the guidance of the bush food expert.
You will then be treated to a sumptuous morning tea of freshly baked scones topped with an array of bush food condiment jams and lemon myrtle tea. Go on a brief tour of the historical Eumundi Imperial Hotel. You can then decide whether to remain at the Hotel and enjoy a delicious pub meal or perhaps return to the Eumundi Markets to explore the different stalls at your leisure.
Imperial Hotel, Eumundi in 1919 - Image: Imperial Hotel Eumundi FB page