Junction food fest returns…
…with even more ‘flava’
Taste buds and families alike are sure to be delighted this Saturday from 11 am until 5 pm, as “Junction Flava” Food and Wine Fest returns.
Savor mouthwatering flavours from all around the globe as Arcadia Street, Noosa Junction is transformed with more food this year than ever before. The average food and beverage prices should be about $6 this year, but with more vendors, as 20 of the Junction’s favourites will be returning along with live music, wine and craft beers, pedal juices and more. Explore flavors from France, Korea, Japan, India, Italy, Spain, France, Thailand, Malaysia, and of course Australia.
The festival is a way to celebrate the many food venues available in the area, and is a family friendly environment where people are encouraged to bring picnic blankets and enjoy the entertainment. Live music of all genres from rock n’ roll, soul, Latin and even hip hop are sure to be enjoyed by those of all ages. The afternoon lineup includes Beats Workin’, Brothers Tom Braby and Jack Parkes and DJ Sean Bannister.
Children are sure to enjoy face painting and balloons, while all will likely enjoy the Waiters’ Race. During the race, organized by Ipazzi Ristorante, waiters race through an obstacle course while delivering drinks. The goal, of course, is to complete the course with no spills.
If you’re feeling particularly “green” on Saturday, you can even enjoy a pedal powered juice from the Quencher’s, as you pedal the energy needed to blend your drink.
If you love food, Noosa Quays in Quamby Place is centrally located to the key culinary precincts of Noosa. Catch the ferry to Hastings Street or Noosaville to enjoy a meal out. Or dine in at your absolute waterfront Noosa sound apartment to spectacular sunset views over Noosa River. For details phone Glenn or Suzie on 07 5449 2699.