FoodPath runs a range of food and wine tours and activities in the Southern Highlands of NSW. Meet the people behind the food - and have fun doing it. Operated by Jill Dyson and Nick Padol who have extensive knowledge of the Southern Highlands.
Tours include Market Tours and a Walking Tour in Bowral, with tastings and products for sale. The Market to Table Tour is special. Small to large groups can be accommodated. Customised Day Tours include lunch at a winery cafe or restaurant in a rural setting.
FoodPath tours provide you with a unique food experience.
FoodPath also runs food related workshops for groups including preserving, jam making and a range of cooking classes such as sausage, pizza or pastry making. They also cater for corporate groups with a cheese tasting of local artisan cheese being popular.
Please visit the web site for more information.
Southern Highlands FoodPath Tours
FoodPath runs farm and food tours and activities in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. Meet farmers and food producers - many places not normally open to the public. FoodPath is operated by Jill Dyson and Nick Padol who have extensive local knowledge.
There are many different tours to choose from including regular Market Tours, the famous Mushroom Tunnel tours, Market to Table tours and Culinary Walking tours in Bowral. Workshops include Preserving, Jam Making and more.
Groups are small to maximise your experience and tours include tastings and product for sale.
The tours provide group participants with a unique food experience.
Gift certificates are popular for those who want to give something different as a present.
Please visit the web site for details.
Mushroom Tunnel Tours
Mushroom Tunnel Tours visiting Li Sun Mushrooms, located in a disused Mittagong railway tunnel, are conducted by FoodPath three times a year and will depart from the Destination Southern Highlands Visitor Information Centre in Mittagong.
The tour cost includes 'Meet the Maker' Dr Noel Arrold, guided tour and punnet of exotic mushrooms.
These tours are in demand since Jamie Oliver visited in March 2014 and talked about it on social media. To book ring Destination Southern Highlands.