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Aboriginal Gourmet Experiences Issue 1

Jan 7, 2014 -- Posted by : admin

WAITOC announces Josh Whiteland from Koomal Dreaming as the first in a series of Aboriginal food and drink showcase experiences in WA.

Western Australia Indigenous Tourism Operators Council’s (WAITOC) Chairman, Doc Reynolds is pleased to announce the launch of its Aboriginal Gourmet Experience operator in focus series for 2014. 

Over the course of 2014, WAITOC will showcase ten Aboriginal Gourmet Experiences across Western Australia, from food and produce, seafood, food events, cafes and restaurants. This series of media releases coincides with Tourism WA’s ‘Invite the World to Dinner’ WA famil in October-November.

First up in this ten month series is WAITOC Aboriginal tourism operator member, Koomal Dreaming. Based in Dunsborough in WA’s beautifully serene south west region, with Koomal Dreaming you will taste bush tucker, learn bush medicine and meet the animals, plants and Dreaming spirits that have enriched the lives of Wardandi and Bibbulman people since time began. Josh Whiteland, owner of Koomal Dreaming said, "I enjoy incorporating native foods into my tours which is something unique I can provide to my guests". There's no other way to experience the South West as Josh shows you the amazing bush tucker available in a first class setting. www.koomaldreaming.com.au 

Speaking of Koomal Dreaming, Simon Haigh, CEO of WAITOC said, “WAITOC’s Aboriginal Gourmet Experience campaign is intended to highlight the unique food, drink and culture experiences that Aboriginal tourism operators have to offer in WA. The positioning behind Tourism Australia’s Restaurant Australia campaign lies in three key attributes: People, Produce and Place. In summary it is about: Fresh thinking, Open Air and Our Flavours. As such, Josh Whiteland's Koomal Dreaming is a great example of an Aboriginal Gourmet Experience, using 'fresh' and original flavours to be experienced in one of the world's best 'open air' locations". 

Media Contact:
Mr Simon Haigh – CEO, WAITOC
+61 (0)419 921 946

Mr Josh Whiteland - Koomal Dreaming
+61 (0)413 843 426

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