Bush tucker in the city trail

by Global Administrator - 05 Jan 2018
It’s not so hard to find local flavours and bush foods in the city.

Roma Street Parkland

One of Brisbane’s best kept secrets, Roma Street Parkland’s lush grounds are home to a number of native edible species. Contact the team at Roma Street to organise a free bush tucker tour, or request a special brochure on site and guide yourself through.

GOMA Restaurant

Putting art on a plate, chefs at the two-hatted restaurant are inspired by what hangs on the gallery walls. Seasonal ingredients and indigenous produce such as wattleseed, emu, finger lime and riberry are put to good use across its dishes.

Henderson Gallery

Supporting and run by Aboriginal artists, Henderson Gallery is a local gem tucked just behind South Bank. The exhibited artwork, workshops, festivals and events are the main drawcards, but so too is the café. Tuck into a Kangaroo meat lasagne for lunch!