Tickets to this celebrity chef lunch have sold out. However, with new overnight packages, including a ‘golden ticket’ to the much-anticipated event, there is still time to be there.
Internationally renowned Australian chef, restaurateur, TV presenter, and cookbook author Peter Kuruvita will soon visit Australia’s original glamping property, Paperbark Camp, on the NSW South Coast to cook a lavish Sri Lankan banquet amongst the treetops.
The aromas of Sri Lanka will be at the fore of this curated, plant-based, long lunch at Paperbark Camp alongside his friend and former Paperbark chef, Joanne McRae. Kuruvita’s father was Sri Lankan, so it’s part of his natural talent to spice up his dishes with exotic spices. A sumptuous, three-course lunch is part of the Shoalhaven Food Network’s ‘Autumn Celebration of Food’, which showcases the region’s fresh produce and creative cuisine.
Tickets to the three-course ‘Lands of the Curry Leaf’ gourmet lunch on 4 June 2023 have sold out. However Paperbark Camp’s special one and two-night packages at the luxurious eco camp are the way food lovers can score a seat at this exclusive table.
About Paperbark Camp
Drawing food and nature lovers from around Australia and around the world, award-winning Paperbark Camp is nestled in pristine riverside bushland close to Jervis Bay, an easy two-and-a-half-hour drive south of Sydney.
The deluxe camp offers a soothing sanctuary amongst the majestic eucalyptus, complemented by an abundance of wildlife and birds that wake guests gently with their sweet songs. Each of Paperbark’s 13 luxe, elevated tents are heated and feature a private, open-air ensuite with bush shower and bush-view bath, spacious terrace, and king or twin beds with organic cotton linen and handmade bath products.
The safari tents feature polished hardwood flooring, double canvas roofs, and outdoor deck seating. Ensuites come complete with premium natural toiletries. With the raised tents camouflaged amongst spotted gums and paperbark trees along the banks of Currambene Creek.
Glamping for any season
Winter is a favourite season at Paperbark Camp with luxury campers enjoying crisp, cooler days and cosy heated tents. With a side of hot chocolates and marshmallows around the campfire. Not forgetting hearty gourmet meals in the camp’s treetop restaurant. The tranquil riverside setting in the bush is home to kangaroos, possums and colourful birdlife. While the blue-sapphire waters of Jervis Bay are just minutes away.
Lunch with a celebrity chef with these packages
Book the one-night package in a deluxe safari tent on 4 June 2023. This includes seats to the exclusive Peter Kuruvita banquet and breakfast the following morning. Or a two-night package with accommodation in a deluxe safari tent. Plus, dinner with Peter Kuruvita, an additional dinner and two breakfasts included.
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