Breakfast Kiosk by Noosa Catering 9am-11.30am
Vittoria Coffee Espresso Bar from 9am
Grand Marquee from 9am
Finalists and winners from the delicious. Produce Awards and international producers show their products and offer tastings. Displays of top-quality cookware, KitchenAid products, cookbooks and the latest ILVE appliances.
Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations
10.30am - 11am Four in Hand, NSW Colin Fassnidge
11.15am - 11.45am The Centennial Hotel, NSW Justin North
12pm - 12.30pm Bo Innovation, HONG KONG Alvin Leung
12.45pm - 1.15pm Grain Store, LONDON Bruno Loubet
1.30pm - 2pm Noosa Beach House, QLD Peter Kuruvita
10am - 10.30am Canapés Ben Bertei, Jiro Numata
10.45am - 11.15am Sea Sally Jenyns, Jason Sgro
11.30am - 12pm Spice Valli Little
12.15pm - 12.45pm Funghi Philip Johnson, Ross Lusted
1pm - 1.30pm Noosa David Rayner, Tim Montgomery
1.45pm - 2.15pm Scallops Ryan Squires
2.30pm - 3.30pm Living & Eating Well Louise Miller, Dr Vivienne Taylor
10.30am - 11am Chocolate Michelle Southan
11.15am - 11.45am Olives Massimo Mele, Nino Zoccali
12pm - 12.30pm Eggs Adriano Zumbo
12.45pm - 1.15pm Smart Jane Kennedy
1.30pm - 2pm Fruit Alex Herbert, Annie Smithers
2.15pm - 2.45pm Cream Cameron Matthews, Martin Duncan
3pm - 3.30pm River Shane Bailey, Nick Street-Brown
The Courier-Mail Annexe
Food, travel and philosophy are integral parts of our lives. The Courier-Mail Annexe explores some of these topics.
10.30am - 11.15am Blurred Country Borders, Regions & Seasons – The Corporatisation of the World - MC John Susman, Lucy Allon, Alex Herbert, Nicky Riemer,
Simon Thomsen, Graeme Twine, James Viles
11.30am - 12.45pm A Foodies Destination Bucket List - MC Brian Crisp, Jana Frawley, Kylie Lang, Christine Middap, Ann Rickard, Ryan Squires, Sally Webb, Necia Wilden
1.15pm - 2.15pm Stars, Hats, Top Lists – Who Really Decides What’s Hot? Critics Review - MC Francis Whiting, Fiona Donnelly, John Lethlean, Lizzie Loel, Tony Love, Ross Lusted, Elizabeth Meryment, Simon Thomsen, Necia Wilden
2.30pm - 3.30pm Let’s Throw Some Mud! Foodie Television, Celebrity Chefs, Social Media, Traditional Media - Any More Gripes? - MC Chris Dore, Colin Fassnidge, John Fink, Kerry Heaney, Madonna King, John Lethlean, Lizzie Loel, Elizabeth Meryment, Justin North, Simon Thomsen
Village Wine Marquee
Admission to wine sessions - 2 food/wine tickets (includes wine tastings)
10.30am - 11.15am Pinot Grigio - MC Tony Love, Kevin McCarthy, Fred Pizzini, James Robson, Simon Steele, Alex Trescowthick
11.45am - 12.30pm Pinot Noir - MC Peter Forrestal, Rebecca Duffy, Andrew Fleming, James Kellie
1pm – 1.45pm E merging Sicily – The New Frontier in Italian Wine Tasting - MC Nino Zoccali and sommelier Cristian Casarin
2.15pm – 3pm Cocktails by Suntory
3.30pm - 4.15pm Qantas epiQure - Back Vintage Shiraz - Explore how good Australian shiraz improves with age. Qantas epiQure Sommelier & Stephen Pannell
4.45pm - 5.30pm Cocktail Making with Suntory
Qantas Presents Australia’s Best Home-Cooked Dish Competition
Finalists from each state will take part in this prestigious cook-off with fabulous prizes from our great sponsors, Qantas, Westpac, Ilve, Mary Ryan’s Bookshop, KitchenAid, taste.com.au magazine & Netanya Noosa.
First prize is a $23,000 package including a trip for two to London on Qantas with $5000 spending money.
You can critique these finalists as you taste their best home-cooked dish. There will be two awards; one decided by judges and The People’s Choice Award which will be decided by popular applause.
11.30am - 3.30pm
Six state finalists will each host a kiosk
Assisting the finalists will be chefs Paul Baker The Grace (SA), Rhys Connell Sepia (NSW), Michael Robinson Margan (NSW), Spencer Patrick Harrisons (QLD), Nick Street-Brown Coast (QLD), Chris Thornton Mason (NSW), Aaron Ward Sixpenny (NSW).
Sunshine Coast Restaurants FOOD KIOSKS 11am - 4pm
Arcuri Restaurant Lee Jeynes
Berardo’s Seafood Shack Tim Montgomery/Gene Quinlan
Embassy XO Joo Kim
Rococo Noosa Lance McKenzie
Sirocco Restaurant Emmett Malone
Spirit House Ben Bertei
Sweet Things David O’Sullivan & James Colliet
Wasabi Jiro Numata & Zeb Gilbert
Wood Fire Grill Executive Chef
Other Food Kiosks: Noosa Catering, Woodfire Australia
WINE & BEER KIOSKS 10am - 7pm
Alta, Arras, Asahi, Babich Wines, Baileys of Glenrowan, Barossa Baba, Bay of Fires, Bethany, Brokenwood, Champagne Jacquart, Clover Hill, Coldstream Hills, De Bortoli, Devil’s Corner, Devil’s Lair, Frankland Estate, Fraser Gallop Estate, Hakkaisan Sake, Harewood Estate, Heemskerk, Holm Oak, Howard Park, Hunters Wine, Josef Chromy, Kaesler, Lana, Laurent-Perrier, Matua, MDV, Medhurst, Meerea Park, Mezzacorona, Momo, Nepenthe, Paddy Borthwick Vineyard, Paul Louis, Paxton, Pizzini, Raidis Estate, Robert Oatley Vineyards, Rockbare Mojo, Ross Hill, Rymill, Saltram, SC Pannell, Seppelt, Serafino, Seresin, Sevenhill Cellars, Shaw + Smith, Shaw Vineyard Estate, Somersby Cider, Taltarni, Tahbilk, Teusner, T’Gallant, The Lane, The Little Wine Company, Tolpuddle Vineyard, Toolangi, Tyrrell’s, Warramate, Wirra Wirra, Yalumba, Yangarra, Yarra Yering
SHOW DAY 2 - Please help the Festival support the Westpac Lifesaving Helicopter Rescue
Festival Village gates open 9am; close 7.30pm
Festival is an all-weather event
Sunday 18 May
Sunday Admission Tickets
Cost includes admission to Festival Village, the Culinary Exhibition with food tastings, choice of 20 Celebrity
Chef Cooking Demonstrations, lifestyle discussions in The Courier-Mail Annexe and live entertainment.
SESS ION 140 General Admission – $40 per person*
SESS ION 141 General Admission – $20 per accomp. child under 13* (under 5 free)
SESS ION 142 GOLD PASS + 6 food/wine tickets – $130 per person, includes
entry to VIP Hospitality Pavilions and preferential concert seating
NOTE: In 2014, No food/wine tickets included in General Admission.
*Food/wine tickets available for purchase – $8
Noosa International Food & Wine Festival
15, 16, 17, 18 May 2014
Food | Wine | Music | Fun
Visit "NIFW14" for full Program, Tickets & Info
Over 200 invited chefs, producers, winemakers and media will descend on the village of Noosa and its iconic surroundings to join foodies from all over the world to celebrate and enjoy the good things in life. Food trails to the Hinterland and river, the beach, the Noosa National Park and of course the Festival Village will all be part of the action again and the 2014 Festival will be the most fun yet.
Festival Village, Noosa Heads
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