Bush tucker morning tea and garden tour
At this very special bush tucker morning tea, you will have the opportunity to learn about the traditional foods of lutruwita/Tasmania and see the plants growing in the palawa kipli gardens.
This is how the folk at palawa kipli introduce themselves and describe their aims:
‘At Palawa Kipli we want to share our history and bring people together to enjoy our modern take on our traditional foods.
We hope that by sharing our food, people will become more aware of how sustainable the future can be. By learning about our history and culture, it will enable you to be a part of the movement to create a better environment for the future and will continue to strengthen the existence of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community.’
Members $45, non-members $55, including morning tea and garden tour. Please advise us by email if you have any dietary restrictions.
What does palawa kipli mean? palawa means Tasmanian Aborigine, and kipli means food in palawa kani, the Tasmanian Aboriginal language.
NOTE regarding online bookings: Attendees sometimes report difficulties booking as a member or member couple. You need to log in before making the booking and then those options will be available to you. And as an added bonus, you won't need to answer pesky questions about whether you are a robot.