Kakadu Kitchen Bush Tucker Tasting Walk
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Join Kakadu Kitchen’s Ben Tyler and Kylie-Lee Bradford for a revealing look at the park’s bush foods and traditions.
These talented young chefs will share their firsthand knowledge of Kakadu’s culture and native produce at the Patonga Homestead Aboriginal community.
Discover the many uses of the area’s plants and animals as well as their deep significance to Kakadu’s traditional owners.
Each tour is strictly limited to ten people. Don’t miss your chance to learn from two of Kakadu’s best local cooks.
Meet the chef
Ben Tyler and Kylie-Lee Bradford (Kakadu Kitchen)
Kakadu Kitchen is all about culture, community and sustainability.
Ben Tyler and Kylie-Lee Bradford launched the concept at last year’s festival, impressing diners with tongue-tingling bush food creations like crispy cat eel tails, saltbush damper and water yam sushi.
The duo are cooking up some exciting flavour combinations for 2018 and are thrilled to be sharing their knowledge of bush foods and traditional techniques with guests again this year.
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