Festivalgoers invited to taste the sumptuous meal at the Crab Fest High Tea

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The organizers of the Channel Seven Mandurah Crab Fest are inviting the festival joiners to indulge into the appetizing taste of the event – High Tea under the Fig Tree.

This time, the traditional High Tea under the iconic Moreton Fig Tree in Mandurah will be something new and unique with some delectable savoury and sweet items. The menu includes savoury items such as assorted frittata, mini Danish sandwiches, and Blue Manna crab mayo served on piecrust and sweet items such as cream Profiteroles and Devonshire scones with homemade jam. Dews Berry Café in the Smart Street Mall is a partner in the event.

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Image Courtesy: Crab Fest

Presented by LiveLighter, the festival, which is stepping into its 18th year, will be a two-day event – taking place on March 19-20. Hosted by Chanel Seven’s Susannah Carr, the High Tea Under the Fig Tree will be held on Saturday, March 19, between 11.15am and 12.30pm.

Festivalgoers can attend the festival free though you need to buy tickets to join several food-related events including the High Tea.

The festival organizers are pretty excited about the events and so is the city mayor Marina Vergone. She described the iconic Moreton Bay Fig Tree a great place to enjoy the high tea and immersing into the beautiful water views while passing some quiet time away from the crowds.

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Image Courtesy: Visit Peel

You have to book beforehand to have a bite of that sumptuous meal. Each ticket to the event costs $50. To book your seat and have more information about the event, visit the festival website.

Crab Fest is an annual festival that the State Government sponsors through Tourism WA’s Regional Events Program.

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