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Indulge in the culinary delights of the Yarra Valley on this full-day food and wine tour. Learn about regional wines at two boutique wineries and visit a local brewery to tap beer and cider kegs. Plus, satisfy your sweet tooth with samples of handmade chocolates and ice cream at the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice-Creamery. Socialize with other passengers as you cruise through the beautiful valley aboard a mini-coach equipped with storage space for cooler boxes for any food and wine purchases along the way.
Depart from Hobart for a full-day VIP wine and art tour across the Derwent River at the MONA (Museum of Old and New Art). Your day includes admission to the museum, a 2-course meal matched with wine at The Source restaurant, a private Moorilla winery tour, an intimate wine tasting in the owner David Walsh's private barrel room, a bottle of wine to bring home, and round-trip ferry transport from the Brooke Street Pier.
Treat your taste buds on a guided culinary tour of Australia's charming Mornington Peninsula. Sample regional wines and cider at cellar door tastings, locally made goat cheese at a boutique dairy, and scrumptious fruit-flavored chocolates and liquors at a strawberry farm. Enjoy free time to explore the town of Flinders, followed by a beach walk in warm weather. Enjoy the fun and intimate atmosphere of this small-group tour, with numbers limited to 24 people.
Experience one of the largest local markets near Melbourne during a private cooking class taught by a professional chef. Take a guided tour of the market to peruse the fresh produce and select key ingredients, then go to your instructor’s home for a cooking lesson that covers three Australian dishes. Receive step-by-step instruction for each dish, then enjoy the meal accompanied by a glass of wine or beer.
Head to the famous Queen Victoria Market and take a 2-hour barbecue class. This class is an introduction to the different types of BBQ, various cooking techniques, how to choose and prepare meats, and an overview of rubs and marinades. Sample some delicious meats and craft beers to end the tour and receive notes and information to help you on your BBQ journey.
Discover the on-site museum at Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard during a self-guided tour and learn the history of the vineyard and local area. Sit back and enjoy a master class on wine history, production, and tasting notes with an in-house wine expert. Pick up your gourmet picnic basket, and find a spot in the vineyards for lunch with views over the Hunter Valley.
Indulge your inner foodie and learn to make dumplings like a pro with this cooking class in Melbourne. After a complimentary welcome drink, enjoy a hands-on experience in a fun atmosphere and discover how to prepare the perfect dough for Japanese, Chinese, and Vietnamese dumplings using a variety of meats and vegetables. Then, savor your creation in a small group setting.
With more than 20 years hospitality experience, Rowan will guide you through Australia's foodie capital. We'll discuss what's in season and what we might make with it. After collectively deciding on a menu, we'll stroll through Melbourne's laneways before arriving at the Queen Victoria Market.After shopping it's home to prepare our bounty, before sitting down to a leisurely lunch.
Meet your local host Ally in her Diamond Creek kitchen where she will teach you to make two local dishes from scratch, using fresh ingredients and herbs from her garden. Before you start your hands-on cooking class, Ally will give you a small tour of her beautiful garden and show you all the fruits, vegetables and herbs she grows. After you pluck a few herbs together, you will cook along with Ally in her large, beautiful kitchen. The cooking portion of the experience will last for 1-2 hours and you will learn to make a salad and a main dish. Potential dishes you may prepare are freshly baked sour dough bread or focaccia served with an Australian dukkah and homemade goat cheese drizzled with lemon, followed by chicken which has been deboned and stuffed with wild rice, herbs, walnuts, currants and lemon zest and then roasted and served with homemade chutneys or chilli jamhoney. Come join this welcoming host for a private and authentic culinary experience!
Discover the history of the Barossa Valley through the life of one of its oldest residents on this behind the scenes tour of the Château Tanunda estate. Walk through the 19th-century heritage mansion with your guide, exploring rooms and areas that are typically off-limits to the public like the Sunken Garden and the Grand Ballroom. Learn how the winery works today and see the press winery, the barrel stores and more.
If you want to leave Australia with a lasting memory, and perhaps some new skills, try this cooking class hosted by Sydney Seafood School in the Sydney Fish Market. Get a real taste of local flavors and, after watching a demonstration, try your hand at making dishes inspired by fresh Australian seafood. Enjoy included wine tastings to match the dishes and take home a recipe booklet and souvenir apron.
Indulge your inner wine lover with this blending class at Urban Winery Sydney. Learn about the winemaking process during a tour of the facility while enjoying regional cheeses and charcuterie. Sample six regional wines, blend them into your favorite concoction, and have some fun with a blind tasting. Take home a complimentary bottle and stop by the cellar door for more tastings and to have your personalized blend bottled.
After making the long trek to the wineries of South Australia, the last thing you want to do is to waste time standing in line. Enjoy a day at some of the Barossa Valley’s best cellar doors without the hassles of a do-it-yourself wine tour, like waiting in line or driving between sites. Taste cult wines like Penfolds, try artisan favorites like 'david Franz' and sample local produce at Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop and Eatery.
Create your very own wine with a 1.5-hour blending class at Victoria’s historic Tahbilk Winery. Tour the 19th-century cellars and learn about the art of winemaking from an expert wine ambassador, and then combine different varietals to create your own signature blend to bottle and take home.
Delve into Australia’s food heritage during a private half-day cooking class taught by a chef at her home in Melbourne. Make three dishes during this hands-on class, which includes cooking tips and a meal with your chef-instructor. You might make recipes with fresh oysters or trout, and top it off with dessert and a glass of wine. The menu can accommodate specific dietary needs with advance notice.
Delve into India’s rich and varied cuisine with this cooking class. Learn to prepare classic dishes like Butter Chicken, Rogan Josh, Aloo Gobi, and Beef Vindaloo. Make warm naan from scratch and create spicy, creamy curries. Discover the difference between cooking techniques and ingredients in different regions of India. End your class with a sparkling wine or beer and a delicious Indian meal.
Tasmania has a burgeoning food and drink scene—especially when it comes to sparkling wine—and many tours to go along with it. If you’re having a hard time deciding which winery tour to try, this one takes you to Josef Chromy winery for an unusual hands-on sparkling wine demonstration. After the lesson, head to the laboratory make your own wine, then have lunch in the winery restaurant.
Find out the details of making great craft beer in Australia on a guided tour of the Wayward Brewing Co. in Camperdown. Go behind the scenes at the brewery to observe the beer-making process firsthand and sample a variety of hand-crafted beers fresh from the tanks. Your guide shares details about the art and science of brewing beer, along with pointers for appreciating different beer styles.
Rather than focus on local cuisine—like many cooking classes do—this one teaches the methods of one of more than half a dozen cuisines from all over the world. Choose a class and cuisine of your liking, from Spanish tapas to Thai food to New York “Nosh,” and spend several hours in the kitchen cooking and eating with your group.
Walk with your host through the oyster farm factory site. See the equipment used to grow the oysters. Learn about how an oyster is farmed and why different processes are utilised. Watch how an oyster is shucked and taste the fresh oyster.
During Banter wine classes you’ll learn about the region, the wine making and how to taste all while indulging in superb local wine and pairing with amazing food. Banter classes offer a back-to-basic through to advanced wine classes in an interactive and relaxed environment. You will get the opportunity the ask away and learn some new about wine and the region.
Join us with this plant based cooking class to discover the smell, touch, taste and flavour profile of Asian Cookings from India to Japan. Take home your best vegetarian meal plans and cook up delicious regional vegetarian and vegan dishes in five inspiring cooking classes. Combine the traditional vegetarian foods and vegan food understanding with spending time with your chef to perfect your home cooking to its best.
Experience the best of the Barossa Valley’s rich culinary and wine traditions during a 4-hour cooking class at Jacob's Creek winery. Your class takes place in the outdoor kitchen and includes a walk through the kitchen garden to select fresh produce and herbs for your meal. Prepare your gourmet meal with professional chefs, then sit down for a glass of sparkling wine, and a leisurely lunch paired with Jacob’s Creek wines.