From Monday 25 June to Sunday 8 July 2012, King Street Wharf and partner Best Restaurants of
Australia will be hosting flavours, music and culture from around the world, with the inaugural
launch of the International Food Safari, the newest food festival in Sydney’s culinary diary.
The King Street Wharf International Food Safari is a two week celebration of the wide range of
international cuisines that make the wharf a unique and popular location for culinary experiences
and for those looking to enjoy Sydney’s memorable sunsets.
Over the course of the festival, King Street Wharf will be a stage to a wealth of international cultural
events celebrating food, music and dance. While enjoying one of the many restaurants’ special
menus being offered, festival goers will delight in a sensory feast as Polynesian dancers in grass skirts
dance to hypnotic drums and flamenco dancers captivate guests with Spanish guitars.
While not only being able to enjoy delicious specially-created Safari meals and watch cultural
dancing, festival goers will also have the chance to win prizes, valued at over $2,000 in total. The
International Food Safari Passport provides you with the opportunity to win dinner vouchers worth
$200 each, or a signed copy of Ben O’Donogue’s international barbeque cook book Outdoor, RRP
To help you enjoy the International Food Safari, Secure Parking is offering reduced rates at the
Shelley Street carpark, close to King Street Wharf. For more information on how to get to King Street
Wharf, obtain the reduced rates and view a parking map visit http://www.ksw.com.au/
Meet you at King Street Wharf - and don’t forget your International Food Safari Passport!
Want to know more about The International Food Safari?
Your visual feast starts at http://www.ksw.com.au/ – where you will find information about exciting food and beverage menus, specially created meals and multicultural events.
For information on parking and how to access reduced parking fares, please visit http://www.ksw.com.au/