Presented by Prepare Produce Provide
Kinjarling Djinda Ngardak - means "Albany Comes Alive Under the Stars" in Noongar language.
This unique dining experience is the culmination of the 2019 Djinda Ngardak Program that sees Indigenous students from across WA travel to Albany to participate in a week-long culinary camp where students participate in culinary masterclasses lead by renowned chefs including - Indigenous chef Reece Lardi, Paul lskov (Owner and chef of Fervor), Rohan Parks (Fervor), Melissa Palinkas (Owner and chef of Young George) and Anna Gare (Media personality and cookbook author).
Students are also mentored by local Elders and Cultural Leaders during activities on-country that facilitate the exploration of traditional plants and ingredients and support cross-cultural sharing and connection to Country.
This event is an opportunity for guests to experience the expertise and knowledge of the KDN students, chefs and cultural leaders while enjoying a menu featuring locally sourced Great Southern produce with dishes that reflect the regions represented by attending students. To accompany this, the evening's entertainment will showcase local Indigenous art, music, dance and fashion.
Should you have any specific dietary requirements you would like to advise us of please contact the Box Office on 9844 5005
A maximum of 10 tickets can be purchased on-line. If you require more than a table of 10, please call the Box Office on (08) 9844 5005.
Pricing and Fee Information
Web: $3.95 if cart values is $36 or less, $5.95 if cart value is more than $36.
Phone or mail: $6.95. In person: $0.
Group bookings: $8.95. Add $4.40 for Registered Mail.
All tickets/items prices include GST if applicable and are quoted in Australian dollars.
Please note ticket prices are subject to change without notice.
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