Celebrate BLOOM Festival with this interactive workshop of Indigenous-inspired foods and flavours. While you relax and enjoy a 2-course packed lunch, Aunty Dale Chapman from My Dilly Bag will talk you through the origins, flavours and uses of the indigenous foods you are eating and drinking while offering the chance to ask questions and learn as you go.


When: 12-1pm, 29 October 2020

Where: Central Walkway, UQ Gatton

UQ Student: $15 + Eventbrite fees

UQ Staff: $20 + Eventbrite fees

RSVP: Ticket sales end 4pm, 19 October 2020


What's included: Gluten-Free Ploughman's Lunch + Lemon Myrtle and Wattleseed Cheesecake & Indigenous-inspired beverage. (Vegetarian and vegan options available).

  • Slow-cooked emu and smoked eggplant and kangaroo, or pulled Jackfruit with peppers, rocket and tomato, garlic and wild thyme fusilli pasta salad tossed with bunya nuts, sea celery and warrigal greens
  • Garlic and herb focaccia with Davidsons plum coconut yoghurt dressing and Anise spiced tomato relish
  • Aniseed myrtle olives, Black hummus, Corinthian and pickled radish and native herb or cashew cheese with pepperberry seeded crackers
  • Lemon myrtle and wattleseed cheesecake


For more information on the upcoming BLOOM festival visit https://life.uq.edu.au/uqbloom

Please note: All events and spaces are operating in line with current guidelines. We ask that you please practice social distancing at all times and if you have travelled in the last 14 days, been in contact with someone with COVID-19, or if you are feeling unwell or experiencing COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms, please stay at home. Where relevant, you will be required to provide your contact details for contact tracing purposes.

About Bush Foods BLOOM Lunch

Celebrate BLOOM Festival with this interactive workshop of Bush foods and flavours with Aunty Dale Chapman from My Dilly Bag and Three Little Birds.


    Central Walkway, UQ Gatton