Impress your friends and family with your culinary skills. Take a class and learn the secrets of a perfect curry, try out cheese making, or master the tricks of a chocolate soufflé.
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Fragrant, spicy and flavoursome, Thai food has quickly become one of Australia's favourite cuisines.
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18 Oct 2014 to 17 Oct 2015
Join one of their Asian cooking classes where their inspirational Chef will show you how to balance contrasting flavours to create a truly tasty dish.
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7 Dec 2014
Jolly Christmas Baking is a 4 1/2 hour cooking class with equipment and ingredients provided. The count down to Christmas is well and truly on, and Amytis are making "Christmas Easy" this year in the kitchen.
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20 Nov 2014
Meet six Montville and Maleny gourmet local food producers. Taste their locally grown or locally made food and beverage products set amongst beautiful rolling green hills and breathtaking views.
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This walk explores the Scenic Rim region of South East Queensland; a stunning collection of mountains, ridges, escarpments, forests and ancient volcanic plateaus set in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range and surrounded by World Heritage listed national parks.
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Tamborine Cooking School is located in the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland in South East Queensland.
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Under the watchful eye of acclaimed chef, Cameron Matthews, The Long Apron has made Spicers Clovelly Estate a destination for foodies from around Australia.
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Wild Lime Cooking School uses wild bush food in fusion with Asian and Mediterranean cuisine. A two hour hands on class is followed by lunch with local wines.
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From AU$225 - 6615
Wilderness Expeditions offers bushwalking treks and expeditions in Tropical Queensland. They use pack donkeys to carry equipment and supplies.
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