If you’re in Sydney this month, then you should check out the 30 Days of Home, Food & Wine event at Hordon Pavillion, Sydney. This exciting event will showcase informative sessions for styling and entertaining at home. Organisers have put together an inspiring calendar of workshops and seminars that give you the chance to meet and mix with the editors from House and Garden, Belle, Real Living, The Australian Women’s Weekly and more. Learn how to cook like an expert with master-patissier Adriano Zumbo. Watch him create one of his amazing chocolate desserts in an exclusive Australian Gourmet Traveller masterclass..
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The 30 Days ‘Live House’
For one week, 30 Days of Homes, Food and Wine has taken over Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion, creating our very own ‘Live House’. Join the experts for the latest in home-style tips and trends, gourmet recipes, top wines and more. It even includes the TopGear Garage full of the ultimate in tools and technology – and don’t miss the Burke’s Backyard garden, where you can even meet Don Burke himself.
When: Saturday April 16th – Saturday April 23rd 2011
The Burke’s Backyard Garden & French Marketplace
Burke’s Backyard is creating a beautiful display garden at 30 Days of Home, Food & Wine, which will be brimming with clever ideas for sustainable living, feeding the family and entertaining. You will also be able to see new products and ideas to get inspiration for your own yard or balcony. You are welcome to visit the garden anytime during the days the event is open, however the best days will be the ones that coincide with the Burke’s Backyard French Marketplace as follows.
For five special days the Burke’s Backyard garden will also play host to an amazing French Marketplace selling rare plants, bargain plants in tubes, olives, cheeses, farm-fresh figs and fig trees, fresh-cut flowers, heirloom seeds, baskets and other great products to take home, including irises, geraniums, fresh coffee, wine and much, much more! French Marketplace opening times: 10am-4pm:
- Saturday 16th April
- Sunday 17th April
- Wednesday 20th April
- Good Friday 22nd April
- Easter Saturday 23rd April
You’ll need to register online for the free sessions. Click here for more information.
Now we just need to convince the event to be shown in Melbourne too!