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World Food Day

Itinerary:
9.00am
Meet at La Botiga Café, Mapleton
9.30am
Arrive Obi Obi Essentials – Tour of market garden and olive processing facility including morning tea (including tea, coffeee, sweet item and fruit) Opportunity to purchase local tea or olive oil oil at wholesale prices
12.00pm
Lunch at Montville Gourmet Pizzeria and Café (assorted breads, pizza, gelato and a glass of wine or soft drink)
1.30pm
Maleny Cheese tour and tasting
2.30pm
Visit Colin James, IGA or Co Op, Maleny for the opportunity to purchase cheeses and local produce
3.30pm
Depart Maleny for Brisbane / home

What to bring: Walking shoes that may get dirty, a plastic bag for muddy shoes, hat, water bottle, shopping bags or small esky and ice for purchases, additional spending money.

Transport information: We will be car pooling and therefore require volunteers with cars to offer seats to non drivers. Each passenger will contribute $10 for fuel directly to the driver. We will organise the car pooling once registrations have been received.

Drivers: Please indicate when you register if you will be driving, how many passengers you can take and where you will be departing from.
Non drivers: Please indicate your departure location when you register so that we can match you up with a driver.

Departure times, locations and passenger names for each vehicle will be confirmed on Wednesday 9 October.

Registrations close Monday 7 October
Payment by credit card only at the time of registration

 

More about OBI OBI Essentials
Olive Oil and Green Tea are just two of the products available from Obi Obi Essentials. The hinterland of the sunshine coast is the home of this family run business that grows and produces olive oil, a mixed variety of green and olive leaf teas that include additions such as lemon myrtle, ginger, turmeric and chai. Alpaca wool is also home-spun and available for sale. Obi Obi Valley is on the Western side of the Blackall Range on the way to Kenilworth. Barry and Alexina’s vision is to have a productive farm that is sustainable, organic and uses best farming practices. This is a long term adventure and one that the Johnsons want to share.

For more information, please contact Jennifer Bray, HEIA(Q) Treasurer on j.bray@stpauls.qld.edu.au or 0421 317 793.