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Taste Paradise is Dishing Up Queensland Week, May 30th-June 6th. Read on…

Do you have a great tropical recipe?

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Enter the Dishing Up Queensland Week recipe competition now to win a gourmet pack of local tropical goodies!

Download the entry form, or email info@tasteparadise.com.au for more info.

Entries close May 15th.
This initiative is proudly supported by the Queensland Government for Queensland Week.

Queensland Week Cooking Classes – Innisfail State College May 31st to June 6th

Learn to cook local delicacies and unusual tropical produce.

$30 for a three-hour session. Dates and times to be advised. To register your interest, email info@tasteparadise.co.au

Places strictly limited.

ECO Week from Cairns to Townsville, May 31st to June 6th

ECO Week celebrates environment, community and World Environment Day and coincides with Queensland Week. Taste Paradise is joining in the excitement of ECO Fiesta, May 31st, Cruise Liner Terminal, Cairns. Stalls, activities, demonstrations – all celebrating the produce and communities of our tropical region.
We also invite you on a Self Drive Tour of the Tablelands and Coast to experience our unique and diverse tropical produce. Find instructions and a map here.

What is Taste Paradise – Tropical North Queensland?

Taste Paradise promotes Tropical North Queensland regional food.

We are a not-for-profit, vounteer organisation run by the people who produce the food – we are the farmers, the value-adders, the chefs and the businesses that care passionately about bringing to you the abundant, unique and delicious produce from the north tropical region of Australia.

The Taste Paradise logo, a plate filled with tropical bounty, easily identifies produce and value-added goods from the region to locals and tourists to connect you with a genuine Tropical North Queensland food experience.

You will discover truly unique foods: wild tropical seafood from the Coral Sea and Gulf of Carpentaria, as well as farmed barramundi, redclaw and prawns, rich dairy products from the tropical tablelands, grass-fed beef and free-range pork and poultry, macadamia nuts, coffee and tea, spices, chocolate, native rainforest fruits, seasonal vegetables including tropical Asian vegetables, fresh salad staples and herbs, and exotic tropical fruits. Follow your own trail or dine at a local restaurant to find the best of locally grown produce.

Look for the logo! It’s our local food brand.


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