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Feast of the Senses Festival

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This North Queensland premier food event is a must visit!

Tantalise your taste buds and awaken your senses with a showcase of amazing and exotic variety of tropical fruits, produce, seafood, meats, cultural foods and plenty more.

This Festival is like no other festival in Australia, with a ten day program that will make your senses go wild with visitors being able to see, touch, taste and smell the amazing fruit and food that comes from this beautiful and vibrant region.



The program also includes an array of food events, farm trails, art and photography, cooking competitions, local produce market stalls and much more.

There are plenty of children activities and entertainment for the whole family throughout the whole ten days of the Festival.

This year the Festival is themed 'Tropical Fiesta' which reflects the regions of South America and the West Indies from which much of the tropical produce originated. There will also be a range of events with the 'carnival' feel too with the theme.



The Festival will also host a range of food competitions and events which include Market Day, Ultra-Topics Dinning Experience, International Food Fare, Bush Poetry, and Food Trails.

Scribble in these dates and experience the culinary wonders of North Queensland!

The market day extravaganza is held in Edith Street in the middle of Innisfail CBD and leading down to the beautiful Johnstone River.

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Why? Feast on exotic fruit and tasty international cuisines...
When: 21-29 March 2015
Phone: 0447 037 476
Where: Innisfail, Cassowary Coast Area - Mission Beach and surrounds, Mena Creek and the Cane Cutter Way and Innisfail on the Johnstone River.
Cost: Tickets: $2pp & Family: $5
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