In 2015 Tourism WA launched the “Taste 2020” strategy to develop food and wine tourism in Western Australia. The aim – to strengthen WA’s position as an internationally recognised destination where you can savour gourmet produce, fresh seafood, premium wines and boutique beverages. This strategy is a key plank in Tourism WA’s overall strategy which aims to increase the value of the tourism sector from a $6 billion industry in 2010 to a $12 billion industry in 2020. One of the key strategies to grow the sector is the development of new tourism experiences including the creation of a network of food trails across the state.
Developing Food Trails in Your Margaret River Region
With Eat & Drink, Wine & Wineries being two of the five celebrated Your Margaret River Region brand experiences, MRBTA has partnered with Tourism WA to bring a Food Trail Brainstorming Workshop to the region and you are invited to participate!
To identify the success factors of food trails and to set out a food trail strategy
John Stanley – participating delegates will have access to John’s e-book on Food Trails
Who should attend?
Delegates who attend the workshop should be keen on being involved in the development of food trails in the region. They should be prepared to work as a group as the aim of a trial is based on cooperation and a group with the same values sharing experiences with the visitor.
Date & Session Times
Monday, 28th August 2017
Morning Workshop: 9.00am – 12.30pm (morning tea provided)
Afternoon Workshop: 1.30pm – 5.00pm (afternoon tea provided)
Shiraz Room, Quality Inn Margaret River
78 Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River, WA 6285