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Sweetness overload for Taste Dessert Trail

Taste Dessert Trail
Ruby Mills samples some of the delicious flavour of Taste Bundaberg Festival's Dessert Trail.

Specialty desserts have been created and added to the menus of 14 local businesses to delight the tastebuds of our community during the 10-day Taste Bundaberg Festival.

Bundaberg Regional Council's Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the Taste Bundaberg Festival was a highlight on the local annual event calendar, with the Dessert Trail providing further tantalising opportunities to enjoy local food delights.

“Dessert lovers can enjoy a variety of flavours and delicacies, ranging from bespoke gelato, pastries and muffins, confectionary, sweet pizzas to designer sorbet cocktails,” he said.

“Dessert Trail treats are exclusive during the ten days of the festival and created with at least 75% local produce.

“Local businesses are given the opportunity to participate in the Taste Bundaberg Festival on a smaller scale by being involved in the Dessert Trail.

“The Dessert Trail is a sweet treat treasure map, which includes the locations of businesses for the community to discover and enjoy their delicious, dessert creations.

“The Taste Bundaberg Festival helps boost tourism to our region and puts us on the map as the food bowl of Queensland.”

Taste Dessert Trail
“Dessert lovers can enjoy a variety of flavours and delicacies as part of the Taste Bundaberg Festival Dessert Trail.

Taste Bundaberg Festival Dessert Trail

  1. Strawberries and cream tart + Choc macadamia caramel tart
    Last Stop Convenience, Shop 1, 68 Mount Perry Road, Bundaberg North
  2. Cannoli
    Oodies Café, 7 Kolan Street, Bundaberg North
  3. Fig and macadamia pizza
    Bella M Pizzas, 65 Perry Street, Bundaberg North
  4. Ohana Apple Cider sorbet cocktail with Kalki Moon Pink Gin and prosecco
    H2O Restaurant & Bar, 7A Quay Street, Bundaberg
  5. Chocolate strawberries + Bundaberg inspired fudges
    Cha Cha Chocolate, 84 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg
  6. Nana’s artisan gelato
    Nana’s Pantry, 39 Electra Street, Bundaberg
  7. Pineapple muffin with orange marmalade glaze + Chocolate banana muffin
    The Journey, 53 Woongarra Street, Bundaberg
  8. Bundaberg’s Bakewell tart
    The Orchard Table Café, Macadamias Australia, 4625 Goodwood Road
  9. Pineapple muffin with orange marmalade glaze + Chocolate banana muffin
    The Journey, Centre Point, 12b/5 Bauer Street, Bargara
  10. Lemon myrtle blueberry loaf with gelato
    The Beachmill Café, 2 Fred Courtice Avenue, Neilson Park, Bargara
  11. Lemon myrtle blueberry loaf with gelato
    The Windmill Café, 12 See Street, Bargara Central
  12. Fresh fig and honey cheesecake
    Milbi Café, Mon Repos Turtle Centre, 141 Mon Repos Road
  13. Pavlova medley
    Lighthouse Hotel, 66 Zunker Street, Burnett Heads
  14. Local berry and custard slice
    Gidji Café, 2 Marina Drive, Burnett Heads.

View the Dessert Trail map here.

In addition to the Dessert Trail, the 2023 Taste Bundaberg Festival will feature a culinary-filled schedule from 4 to 13 August.

Find out more by following the Facebook page here.

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