Treat your taste buds with Indigenous flavours in a unique dining experience. Kinjarling Djinda Ngardak is a culminating event of this year's Djinda Ngardak Program.
The program is a week-long culinary camp where students from different places in Western Australia gather to Albany to be trained and mentored by some of WA’s top chefs. This year's classes were headed by well-known chefs namely, Indigenous Chef Reece Lardi, Melissa Palinkas (owner and chef of Young George), Paula Iskov (owner and chef of Fervor), Rohan Parks (Fervor) and Anna Gare (cookbook author and a media personality). Students were also tutored by Cultural Leaders and Local Elders on how to prepare dishes using Indigenous and locally farmed food.
Their culminating event which is the Kinjarling Djinda Ngardak is the occasion where students are going to showcase what they have learned throughout the program. Guests will get to taste a menu that has been made to combine with Indigenous flavours and locally-produced ingredients from the Great Southern Region. Not only that, the dinner will be filled with excitement as there will be a presentation of local Indigenous art, dance, music and fashion.
Take part in this event and delve into a deeper understanding about Aboriginal culture on November 23, 2019 at Albany Entertainment Centre.
Albany Entertainment Centre
(08) 9844 5005
Date and Time
November 23, 2019
Saturday - 5:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M. UTC+08
2 Toll Pl, Albany WA 6330, Australia
Albany Entertainment Centre is located at 2 Toll Pl, Albany. The centre is accessible via Princess Royal Dr.