New South Wales – Motorcycle and Kitchen, two different passions. However, both true and concrete passions. Often two worlds can approach. They can go on the same road. As besides the motion does with the journeys.
Today, we will go to Australia. The land of the kangaroos and not only. In an intense journey between the tastes. It starts in Sydney to Melbourne. And finally it arrives in Canberra. We are long the southern coast of New South Wales. We will meet Bateman and Mogo. It will possible to do a visit to the Penguin colony. Also it will be interesting to pass a pair of days in Melbourne, a city rich in businesses and wonderful restaurants.
Then we might take our motorcycle and go long the coast Ship Wreck (Great Ocean Road) up to Warrnambool, through some of the most panoramic roads in Australia. These roads pass through the old Gold Fields to Ballarat, an alpine country in the north-east Victoria, in New South Wales. At last, we will arrive at Canberra, a city rich in culture and with so many things to seen. Obviously also to taste and to savour. Esteemed time: 13 days of journey for 2600 km on the road. Here for more information.
New South Wales – TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
NSW coast road to Melbourne
Phillip Island (fairy penguin colony)
Great Ocean Road
New South Wales – Food
In Australia, there can become long journeys not only on motorcycles, but also in the culinary history of this continent. Inspired by local ingredients, the cultures of the Pacific one have given life to a modern and appreciated Australian kitchen (Mod Oz). So, it is all that of the majority far at the Yorkshire’s pudding it is possible to obtain. We remember that at the beginning the British influences were great. Now, in Australia we can taste dishes really gorgeous and very thin.
The South Pacific is rich in sea fruits. Crayfishes, oysters, dentexes, tuna fish, squids, merlano, abalone, prawns, Flathead, crabs blue-swimmer and not only. Take a tour to several fish markets and you will have many surprises. So, the kitchen of New South Wales reflects the multiethnicity of the Australian state with Vietnamese, Japanese, Greek, Italian, African and Indian dishes. The wine-making tradition is also very important. The greedy can visit Orange, “foodbasket of the state”. So, here there are 20 wine-making industries, the farmers’ markets and abundance of bistrot and cafés in the centre they will help city to taste the aromas of the region.
New South Wales – Speciality:
Sydney rock oysters
Fruits: avocados, guavas, passion fruit, pears and berries
Fish: red mullet, whiting, yellowfin tuna, John Dory and snapper