Learn how to really appreciate the value of fresh, home-grown food in your own backyard, balcony, school or community garden at free Organic Home Gardening sessions at Sunshine Coast Council libraries during August and September 2013. Growing your own food is all about taking control of your health and saving money. Join presenter and author […]
Join presenter Bruce Molloy for free Edible Landscapes sessions at Sunshine Coast Council library locations across the Coast in July 2013. As part of council’s Sustainable Living commitments you are invited to discover the following ingredients for creating the ultimate sustainable food garden in your very own backyard: Permaculture principals and how they relate to […]
Maroochydore’s Ocean Street will lighten spirits this Easter Sunday with a free family fun filled event that will be jam packed with three stages filled with live World music, amazing artwork and stunning food from local cafés and restaurants. The second annual Ocean Street World Festival is a not for profit event undertaken by the […]
Senator Barnaby Joyce, Shadow Minister for Regional Development, and Ted O’Brien, LNP Candidate for Fairfax visited the Sunshine Coast today (Friday 15th Match 2013) and believe that there is a real future for agriculture on the Sunshine Coast. Mr O’Brien and Senator Joyce visited regional food producers based on the Sunshine Coast and according to […]
Snails are synonymous with ‘slow’ so it is no surprise that they are the international pin-up stars of the Slow Food movement. But are they really that slow? How do you farm them? How do you cook them? And most importantly, what do they taste like? All this and more will be discovered at the […]
[vid]The Ginger Factory will burst into bloom with the very first ginger flowers and heliconias for the season, to be unveiled at the Ginger Flower & Food Festival along with a special tribute to gardening great Colin Campbell.
Local food is big business. Just ask Graeme Twine from Suncoast Fresh, a Sunshine Coast based fresh fruit and vegetable distributor that matches local foods with local restaurants.
Following a gluten and grain free diet can be difficult at the best of times, but particularly during the festive season when we are surrounded by the foods we love and long to eat.
Whether you’re a wine connoisseur who’d like to taste your way around the Antipodes or you’re looking for a relaxing Sunday afternoon sampling great wines with your friends for a good cause.
A trio of businesses in Maroochydore has joined together to help make it easier for shoppers to buy quality, local fresh foods in one location.