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  • Dark, mysterious and wonderful

    Dark, mysterious and wonderful

    Canberra Region ripe black truffle
  • Carpaccio of beef and fresh truffle

    Carpaccio of beef and fresh truffle

    Just add olive oil. Five minutes to make. Eat.
  • Frosty morning at Mt Majura

    Frosty morning at Mt Majura

    Truffles need a frost period to develop aroma
  • Making truffled brie. Recipe?

    Making truffled brie. Recipe?

    Grate truffle between slices of almost ripe full cream brie. Wrap in plastic and leave for a few days day in the fridge.
  • Cooking classes? We've got lots

    Cooking classes? We've got lots

    Blokes who cook. Kids who cook. Cooks who cook.

Welcome to The Truffle Festival 2015

From Truffle paddock to your plate

From Truffle paddock to your plate

Welcome to another Truffle Festival – We have participating venues across the region offering the opportunity to taste and experience our prized truffle, with events ranging from gourmet degustation dinners, truffle dishes at cafes, pastries, cooking classes and demonstrations, wine tastings and matchings, farmers markets, truffle hunts and more! There were more than 350 individual events last year, held across a region spanning more than 200km wide. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep updated.

It maybe already be a cliche but this year we’re going to have a lot more emphasis on ‘truffle paddock to plate’. Because that’s what’s unique about our Festival. There is nowhere in Australia where there are so many great local truffles grown, so close to great restaurants. That makes Canberra Region unique in (dare we say it?) the world of dining. So, come and meet the growers, pat the dogs, get down and dirty. Then eat up, you lucky people.

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