Please note that a cancellation fee of 50% of registration costs will be applied for cancellations after 20 November to cover catering costs. No refunds will be provided for cancellations made after 28 November.
1. Full four-day registration, Friday 2 to Monday 5 December, at University of Melbourne & William Angliss Institute
Includes dinner on Friday and Saturday, cocktail workshop on Sunday and the Fourierist Banquet on Monday night:
$625 /$450 students (+ credit card charge – see below*) BOOK NOW
2. Two-day registration, Sunday 4 & Monday 5 December, at William Angliss Institute
Includes morning & afternoon teas & lunches both days, plus the cocktail workshop on Sunday:
$290 /$260 students**
$410 /$365 students** to include the Fourierist Banquet on Monday night BOOK NOW
*Please note +2.1% credit card charge applies – to pay by direct deposit, email kellyd[at]angliss.edu.au
**Students: email your scanned student ID to Riki with subject title WITH BANQUET or WITHOUT BANQUET for your student promo code
3. Tickets to events at the University of Melbourne on Friday 2 & Saturday 3 December
Melbourne’s Changing Foodscape, Friday 2 December 9am-4pm
Feed your mind with four amazing panels covering Australia’s gastronomic heritage from the 1980s, with much-loved chefs, writers, food and wine personalities, including Stephanie Alexander, James Halliday, Guy Grossi, Stefano de Pieri, Natalie O’Brien, Miranda Sharp. Feed your body with a degustation of local delights provided by Melbourne Farmers’ Market at the University of Melbourne.
$95 /$85 students/alumni/staff of University of Melbourne or William Angliss Institute BOOK NOW
The Winemakers Fair (18+), Friday 2 December 4-6pm
Taste wines made by some of Australia’s leading vignerons and hear their personal stories that led them from a world of business, law and medicine to a passion for wine making.
$20 /$15 students/alumni/staff of University of Melbourne or William Angliss Institute BOOK NOW
Manifesto for Utopian Food Futures, Friday, 2nd December 6.15-8pm
How can we work together towards the best possible food futures in a gastronomic utopia? Hear from award-winning Bunurong writer Bruce Pascoe, Josh Evans (formerly Nordic Food Lab), local chef and author Annie Smithers, Nobel Prize Food Futures Advisor Claude Fischler, fair food activist and author Nick Rose and ethical producer Anna Kelly of Plains Paddock Lamb.
$25 /$20 students/alumni/staff of University of Melbourne or William Angliss Institute BOOK NOW
Australian Terroir and Belonging to Country: the Yeringberg/Coranderrk friendship with Max Allen, Saturday 3 December 1-3pm
Inspired by the remarkable 19th century Yarra Valley friendship between William Barak, Aboriginal leader at Coranderrk, and the de Pury family, winegrowers at Yeringberg, this unique lunch brings together the concepts of terroir and country in an unforgettable – and delicious – combination. With our host, wine writer and author Max Allen, and descendants of the Barak and de Pury families, hear stories of cooperation and mutual respect, while enjoying Yeringberg lamb expertly cooked on the spit, accompanied by Yeringberg wines and bespoke beer brewed in the Coranderrk style.
$110 / $95 students/alumni/staff of University of Melbourne or William Angliss Institute BOOK NOW
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