Heritage Food Trail this Sunday

Come & discover the fascinating cultural links of Perth’s heritage at the Heritage Food Trailon this Sunday as part of Heritage Days across the whole weekend in the city. For the first time Heritage Perth is incorporating the historical connections of food in its Heritage Days weekend. This is the biggest weekend of the year for all things heritage.

Right in the heart of the Heritage precinct of the city, on the newly renovated Parivs (or terrace) of St Georges Cathedral you will find a mouthwatering selection of market stalls selling traditional food from around the globe to reflect our roots. Each stall represents a different migrant group who have settled here in WA & form a part of our wonderful multicultural mix. Perth consists of a multitude of of nationalities with some very interesting & significant connections to other places in the past. New Norcia is a classic example of this historical connection with the Benedictine Monks arriving from Galacia, North West Spain to establish missions for the local Indigenous people in the area in 1847 & with them brought great Spanish culinary influences.

In addition to Spanish paella the cuisine on offer at the Heritage Food Trail includes Malaysian, Indonesian, Mexican, New Zealand, Brazilian, Singaporean, African , Turkish & Polish as well as some classic Aussie Bush Tucker. Come along & indulge in some of our history this Sunday from 11am – 3pm at St Georges Cathedral, 38 St Georges Terrace. Enjoy tastes that form part of our heritage along with live music from various countries, kids activities & of course, delicious dishes to showcase our rich heritage.

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