Grab the early bird tickets for Destination Food conference


Destination Food, the first food tourism conference in Australia, will take place at the Museum of Sydney on May 21, 2018. The organisers have released the details of the conference and early bird tickets this week.

Local and international speakers will give speeches to shed light on various aspects of culinary tourism. There will be panels and representations to show case studies and their dissections so that the delegates present there could get new ideas and implement them into their businesses and services.

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The discussions to be covered in the conference include How to Pitch Your Food Tourism Story to Media and Agri-Tourism: Shaping Food Tourism while the case studies will cover some more interesting topics such as Eat Local: How a Cookbook Boosted Food Tourism in Regional Queensland.

It will be an excellent opportunity for the delegates to meet, network, and share ideas with other service providers. Also, listening to notable speakers including M.C. Simon Marnie, Stuart Gregor, and Joanna Savill will give them valuable insights about food tourism and its influences.

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Food4Media is one of the major sponsors of this event. It is one of the most prominent online food and beverage news service for the media. Another sponsor is TFE Hotels that offers a special rate to all the delegates joining the conference.

Destination Food

WhereMuseum of Sydney, Phillip St, Sydney
When From 8.30 am – 6.00 pm on Monday, May 21, 2018
Ticket Prices $399 for Early Birds and $479 for Regulars
What are IncludedAll catering, networking drinks, taxes & booking fees.

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