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Events Calendar

Apollo Bay Seafood Festival
From Friday 14 February 2020
To Sunday 16 February 2020
Hits : 34
Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Festivities once again kick off the weekend on the Friday night with the annual ‘Ocean to plate’ Seafood Gala dinner, this year hosted by Peruvian Chef Alejandro Saravia showcasing local seafood from the Apollo Bay Fisherman’s Co-Op and Apollo Bays freshest locally sourced ingredients.

From 10am on Saturday the harbour will launch into pack-filled day of pop-up restaurants, cooking demonstrations, and seafood markets. Kids will be able to get in on the fun with a hands-on educational program featuring interactive demonstrations and displays, sailing lessons, casting competitions and harbour expeditions.

The festivities will wind up late into into the evening with some of Australia’s best musical acts, including Nicky Bomba, The Beachniks and the Fillmores.

 

Conversations will again draw in a range of speakers including fishermen, scientists, farmers, chefs and Indigenous knowledge keepers to explore the hot button issues that affect the ocean and the land, and how we as humans can live with both in harmony rather than depleting and destroying.

The morning session will be ‘Submerged in the Ocean’ and will explore:

  • the current state of the ocean and it’s inhabitants with our local fishermen
  • 3D ocean farming
  • reef restoration programs
  • the use of seaweed as feed supplement to reduce methane output in stock animals
  • origin labeling for seafood in the food service industry

 

The afternoon session will be ‘Submerged in the Land’ and will explore

  • eating animals – or not – making fully informed decisions
  • soil carbon capture and sequestration strategies for farmers
  • the use of native grains and grasses as future food sources
  • the land meets the ocean on the table

For bookings and more information head to https://www.apollobayseafoodfestival.com/

Location Apollo Bay Harbour

Apollo Bay Seafood Festival

From Friday 14 February 2020
To Sunday 16 February 2020
Hits : 34

Festivities once again kick off the weekend on the Friday night with the annual ‘Ocean to plate’ Seafood Gala dinner, this year hosted by Peruvian Chef Alejandro Saravia showcasing local seafood from the Apollo Bay Fisherman’s Co-Op and Apollo Bays freshest locally sourced ingredients.

From 10am on Saturday the harbour will launch into pack-filled day of pop-up restaurants, cooking demonstrations, and seafood markets. Kids will be able to get in on the fun with a hands-on educational program featuring interactive demonstrations and displays, sailing lessons, casting competitions and harbour expeditions.

The festivities will wind up late into into the evening with some of Australia’s best musical acts, including Nicky Bomba, The Beachniks and the Fillmores.

 

Conversations will again draw in a range of speakers including fishermen, scientists, farmers, chefs and Indigenous knowledge keepers to explore the hot button issues that affect the ocean and the land, and how we as humans can live with both in harmony rather than depleting and destroying.

The morning session will be ‘Submerged in the Ocean’ and will explore:

  • the current state of the ocean and it’s inhabitants with our local fishermen
  • 3D ocean farming
  • reef restoration programs
  • the use of seaweed as feed supplement to reduce methane output in stock animals
  • origin labeling for seafood in the food service industry

 

The afternoon session will be ‘Submerged in the Land’ and will explore

  • eating animals – or not – making fully informed decisions
  • soil carbon capture and sequestration strategies for farmers
  • the use of native grains and grasses as future food sources
  • the land meets the ocean on the table

For bookings and more information head to https://www.apollobayseafoodfestival.com/

Location : Apollo Bay Harbour
Contact : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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