2020 Gascoyne Food Festival cancelled – COVID-19
The Gascoyne Food Council leadership team has been monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its spread since it first made news.
The Council is keeping abreast of latest developments and will communicate to our stakeholder groups as information becomes available. However, the uncertainty arou… read more
Festival Wows Crowds with World Class Views, Brews & Food
The Gascoyne Food Festival pulled out all the stops to deliver another sell-out line up of events to over 2000 guests across the region this year. From gourmet dining experiences in Carnarvon, Dirk Hartog Island, Exmouth and Mount Augustus, to new events at Wooramel River Retreat and Quobba Station, Western A… read more
Why the Gascoyne Food Council loves its amazing sponsors
A massive thank you to all of the contributors, big and small for their ongoing commitment to the region and industry.
As many a punter will attest, the Gascoyne Food Festival
is a regional event like no other. The pure magi… read more
Gascoyne Food Festival 2019: get set for another all Western Australian Line-Up
No headliners needed for WA’s most patriotic annual food festival
The chefs for the Gascoyne Food Festival 2019 have now been confirmed for a range of special events across the region during August and September. Many of whom have been invited to take short break from their Perth venues to … read more
Gascoyne Pastoralists Welcome Dog Fence Investment
State Government Approves $986,000 for much-needed exclusion fencing.
The Gascoyne Region’s $30 million pastoral industry is celebrating a win following a submission to government seeking support for a Carnarvon Rangelends Barrier Fence (CRBF) - … read more