Flavours of Queensland uncovers the best of the state

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Arts PR agency melbourne

Flavours of Queensland is the latest culinary travel publication from Smudge Publishing, the award-winning team behind Flavours of Melbourne, Flavours of Sydney and Flavours of Urban Sydney.

Released in September 2015, the new book showcases local restaurants, bars and cafes as well as recipes and information about farmer’s markets, history and culture, all intertwined with stunning photography and beautiful illustrations.

From hidden laneway bars to fine dining restaurants, Flavours of Queensland highlights the best of Brisbane, the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast and North Queensland.

According to Jonette George, Editor-In-Chief of Smudge Publishing, the sunshine state’s food offerings are just as enticing as the sun, surf and sand.

“It is our mission to create beautiful books that celebrate the abundance of amazing food and wine in Australia. Having previously lived on the Sunshine Coast for five years, I feel as though the cuisine in Queensland can stand alone as the reason why people should visit the state.” said Jonette.

To create Flavours of Queensland, the Smudge Publishing team – along with a number of Queensland-based contributors – embarked on an exciting journey of discovery across the state.

The book features close to 100 restaurants, bars and cafés along the east coast, including esq. in Brisbane, Commune in Burleigh Heads, Coast Restaurant & Bar in Hervey Bay, The Long Apron at Spicers Clovelly Retreat in Montville and Harrisons in Port Douglas.

Not only does Flavours of Queensland uncover the most appetising destinations in the state, it also includes a unique recipe from each of the restaurants featured.

Smudge Publishing’s culinary expertise is also available online at smudgeeats.com.au The digital space is devoted to showcasing exceptional food, wine and coffee experiences from all over Australia.

Flavours of Queensland is available from smudgeeats.com.au/bookshop, through all venues featured in the book and also through all leading bookstores. RRP $80.

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