Meat lovers – prepare yourselves for a culinary delight!

Country Mile Escape hosts Murray and Trish Wilson. Photo by Katie O'Brien.
Country Mile Escape hosts Murray and Trish Wilson. Photo by Katie O'Brien.

Meat-lovers – prepare yourself for a unique and unforgettable culinary experience.

Eat Local Month’s Feast in the Valley takes your love of beef to the next level.

Held at the beautiful working beef farm Country Mile Escape and hosted by Murray and Trish Wilson, this four course luncheon is a delight for carnivores. 

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Enjoy a sumptuous meal prepared by Chef Mitchell Fox in this stunning Flying Fox Valley location, where you’ll also get an up-close look at the world of meat production and consumption.

Producer presentation

The producer presentation is a rare opportunity to see a side of beef being broken down by expert butcher, Murray Wilson. 

This process is both fascinating and educational.

Learn how different cuts of meat are used in different parts of the world, where each cut of meat comes from in the carcass and how it is used or eaten. 

Each cut of meat has its own unique flavour profile and texture, making it perfect for different cooking methods and dishes.

But it’s not just about the cuts of meat themselves. 

Murray and Trish will also talk about where these cuts are exported, giving you insight into how different cultures prepare and source protein. 

So, if you’re a meat-lover looking for a one of a kind dining experience, this event is not to be missed.

Feast in the Valley is on Saturday 24 June from 12 noon until 3pm at Country Mile Escape, Little Flying Fox Road, Flying Fox (only 15 minutes from Canungra).

Tickets are $170 per person which includes a four course luncheon accompanied by a glass of local wine or beverage and the local producer presentation.

Due to the nature of the event, vegan and vegetarian options are not available.

Ticket sales close 17 June 2023.  For tickets visit

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