In November 2018 Curtis Stone, the internationally-renowned Australian-born chef along with his culinary team visited Western Australia. The trip was filmed for a future TV series and the produce the team experienced is featured on Stone’s Beverly Hills’ restaurant, Maude, until the end of March 2019. This promotion of WA takes advantage of the growth in food and wine tourism globally and is anticipated to increase visitor numbers through highlighting the State’s unique food and wine offering to international audiences. While in the State, Stone and his team visited the Kimberley (Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm and Kooljaman at Cape Leveque, a remote wilderness camp owned and run by the Indigenous Bardi Jawi Communities), the Pilbara (Yarrie [Beef] Station), Pinjarra (Shorthorn [Beef] Farms), Nannup (St John’s Brook cheese farm) and Margaret River.
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