On the gourmet trail

Neuman, Alexandra
January 2008
Australian House & Garden;Jan2008, Issue 1, p151
The article provides the author's suggestions regarding the gourmet tour in Australia. The author suggests downloading the Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail of the Barossa Valley from SA Tourism and plan a gourmet tour accordingly. The author recommends the self-guided Gold Coast Tourism Hinterland Food & Wine Trail trip, which covers everything from chocolate makers to vineyards to tropical fruit.


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