What to see at Regional Flavours 2022 - Visit Brisbane


What to see at Regional Flavours 2022

Brisbane’s favourite culinary festival returns to South Bank this weekend and our tummies are rumbling. With bustling market stalls, free cooking demonstrations, live music and expert masterclasses, here is your go-to guide as Little Stanley Street and River Quay transform into a foodie’s haven - Regional Flavours South Bank from 13-15 May. Bon appetite!

Regional Flavours Opening Party

Kick off Friday night at the Opening Party
Kickstart your weekend with Miguel Maestre, Khanh Ong and more and celebrate the festival’s launch at the Opening Party at Flowstate this Friday 13 May from 5-7pm. Enjoy Merlo’s signature Espresso Martinis and canapes catered by Alastair McLeod while listening to live tunes as the sun goes down. Cost: $120pp. Get tickets now

Graze from The Marketplace on Little Stanley Street
Graze your way along The Marketplace stalls while sampling hand-made or locally sourced tasting plates by local producers, farmers, growers, winemakers, distillers and brewers. Satiate your taste buds with truffles, cheese, chocolates, gins and ready to eat bites from eatSouthBank’s restaurant pop-ups. Cost: Entry is free

Miguel Maestre Regional Flavours

Enjoy a free celebrity cooking demonstration
Join talented celebrity and iconic chefs as they take to the Main Stage from 10:45am for free cooking demonstrations, offering tips and tricks in the kitchen while showcasing Australia’s best produce. The line up includes Miguel Maestre, Georgia Barnes, Khanh Ong and plenty more. Cost: Free

Learn from the best local chefs
Head to The Greenhouse Stage from 11:15am, where local chefs and providores (including Otto’s Will Cowper and Paper Daisy’s Jason Barratt) will provide insightful knowledge of current trends impacting the food industry and best practices to support change. Cost: Free

Masterclass Regional Flavours

Book a Masterclass at The Country Club
Get up close and personal with industry experts in an intimate Masterclass at The Country Club from 10:45am. From cheese sampling, wine pairing to Native Australian flavours and beyond, all classes include a 45-minute food and drink pairing. Cost: $20pp. Get tickets 

Paint and Sip at River Quay Green
Pair art and wine at Rose Soiree’s Luxe Paint and Sip pop-up painting sessions at the picturesque River Quay Green as a professional artist guides you through an art class over a glass of wine. Cost: $45pp. Get tickets

Keep the kids happy at Kids Collective
Food is designed to be shared with the whole family and a number of free activities will educate and entertain your little ones at Kids Collective on the Arbour View Lawns. Join OzHarvest Mini Foodies (10am-5pm), Interactive Art & Craft with BrisStyle (10am-5pm) and Brisbane Library Storytellers (11am-2pm) as the root of all storytelling, arts and craft centres on the celebration of food.

Feast away to free live music
To celebrate the revival of the live music scene and 30 years of South Bank, the Live at South Bank program is launching this weekend! Sit back as local and emerging artists play their latest tunes and some 30-year-old throw backs.

If blues-inspired indie-folk is more your jam, local artists will be at the Live Beats Stage while you sip drinks and snack on yummy bites.

River Quay Regional Flavours

Immerse yourself in River Quay’s River Lounge* where eatSouthBank cocktails will be flowing, live music pumping, and a curated menu from River Quay restaurants await along the riverfront.

*The River Lounge will stay open until 8pm on Saturday 14 May. The remained of the event is on from 10am-6pm on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 of May 2022.

Entry to Regional Flavours 2022 is free! However, to take part in the Opening Party or Masterclasses book your tickets now via Oztix or Paint and Sip via the Rose Soiree website to avoid disappointment.