The Lost World is an evocative name and it doesn’t disappoint.. There is stunning
mountain scenery along the tourist drive but did you ever feel like turning in past the
farm gate to explore more?
Well the Inaugural “Farm Gate Festival” in The Lost World is your chance to do just that!
This festival will be on June 28th and is an opening event for the Scenic Rim Region’s
‘Eat Local Week’. www.eatlocalweek.com.au
All participating businesses along the Lost World tourist drive are opening their doors to
the public. This is your chance to enter the Farm Gate and try, buy, learn, taste and
explore everything on offer.
Buy fresh meat and produce direct from the farmer, tour a dairy farm, ride a horse, enter
an art space and buy direct from the artist, try a cooking class or simply relax in a cafe
or picnic by a pretty river.
It couldn’t be easier to get involved just visit www.farmgatefestival.org to see what’s on
offer and download your map and guide.
This is your opportunity to be a local in The Lost World. It’s Your “backstage pass” to
our area – so join in the adventure!
When is it?: Saturday June 28th 2014
Where is it?: In The Lost World which is part of The Scenic Rim region and 90 minutes
from Brisbane and The Gold Coast, 20 minutes south of Beaudesert.
Media Contact: Nathan Overell – 0422 587 567 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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