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The Ultimate Guide to Regional Flavours

Regional Flavours first event Grazed and Grown is fast approaching (18 to 20 June, to be exact). To help you out, we’re providing you with a comprehensive guide to the festival.

Ready? Your food adventure awaits…

If street food is your game…
Get yourself to Little Stanley Street, where you’ll come face to face with a fleet of our very own eatSouthBank Street stalls. Filled to the brim with delicious street food, you can look forward to fast, fresh and gourmet bites featuring the best of Queensland’s local produce. Here’s an exclusive look at the food truck menu’s here.

If you’re into luxe feasting experiences…
For those seeking a side of bougie with their Regional Flavours experience, look no further than the following signature events: Opening Party, Love Thy Neighbour, Winter Feast and Crafted. You can look forward to delectable food, exclusive drinks and epic entertainment at each event. We suggest you click here to find out more.

If you fancy yourself a masterchef…
If learning all the tips and tricks from legendary chefs sounds up your alley, head along to The Greenhouse and Kitchen on Little Stanley Street lawns. You can soak up all the knowledge from a range of talks and demonstrations, showcasing worldwide culinary craftsmanship.

If you’re a craft beer and cocktail lover…
Lover of a cheeky craft beer or bespoke cocktail? The Country Club at South Bank’s brand-new Riverside Green will be for you, boasting live music and indulgent beverages and cocktails with seasonal flare to get your tastebuds singing.

If you love listening to live sounds…
Soak up the atmosphere and delectable street stall eats with live blues, roots and acoustic music across three stages at Regional Flavours, including The Country Club main stage at Riverside Green.

If you want goodies to take home with you…
The best producers will be lining the paths of South Bank at The Marketplace, filled aromatic wine, rich desserts, crisp fruit and vegetables, flavoursome jams and sauces, creamy nuts, and cheeses, plus plenty, plenty more.

GETTING HERE

Parking…
Planning your trip to this year’s Regional Flavours? Arrive right on the Parklands’ doorstep with South Bank’s Little Stanley Street Car Park. The underground car park is open to the public 7 days a week from 5am – 1am, with over 800 spaces available. Entry to the car park is accessible via Tribune and Glenelg Streets, with lifts and stairs to the Parklands at the north and south entrances. Please note that a height limit of 2.1 metres is enforced.

Public transport…
There are several ways to access South Bank by public transport – bus, train or CityCat. For fare information and to plan your trip, please head to Translink’s website.

Taxi…
Keen to be the first cab off the rank at this year’s Regional Flavours? There is a taxi rank located on Grey Street for easy drop-off and pick-up services or book your preferred service online.

Walking and Cycling…
Work off those cheeky third helpings early by walking or cycling to Regional Flavours! South Bank is just a 15-20 minute walk from the Brisbane CBD, with foot and cycle access available via the Victoria Bridge, Clem Jones Promenade, and Goodwill Bridge. For cyclists, bike racks are provided at the Clem Jones Promenade, the Central Cafes, and Grey Street (outside the South Bank Cineplex) – just don’t forget to wear looser active gear!

Accessibility…
South Bank is proud to be an accessible precinct for all visitors. Key accessibility information can be found on the South Bank accessibility page – if you have any questions, please contact the South Bank Visitor Information and Booking Centre on 07 3029 1797 or email them at vicsouthbank@cityparklands.com.au.

Hot tip: Regional Flavours is a ticketed event, snatch up your tickets here…

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