Join Rebecca at the 2023 Tasting Australia festival!

Hold on to your spatulas because we've got the inside scoop on where you can next experience the culinary genius of our very own Rebecca Sullivan! Tasting Australia had the pleasure of chatting with her about her scrumptious creations.

You absolutely must get your hands on tickets for the incredible culinary events happening at Tasting Australia in May 2023! Trust us, you won't want to miss out on the amazing cooking classes, wine tastings, and food tours that are on offer.

Warndu Australian Native Food | Rebecca Sullivan | Tasting Australia 2023


Multiple Sessions

Get ready to tantalise your taste buds and indulge in a unique food and wine experience at the one and only Rogasch Cottage! This event is a long-awaited collaboration between Forage Supply Co and Warndu, promising an unforgettable day of culture, learning, and most importantly, deliciousness! With seven specially curated Warndu dishes featuring native Australian ingredients, paired with the finest Forage Supply Co wines, this is one experience you won't want to miss. Plus, you'll get to explore the charming Rogasch Cottage and its school-based community gardens, all while embracing the native Australian food revolution. So mark your calendar, gather your foodie friends, and get ready to have a blast!

Get your tickets here.


Fri 5th May 2023 at 7:00 PM

Attention foodies! Get ready for an unforgettable dining experience with the Chef's Table. Only 20 seats available for a next-level food adventure with two incredible chefs, Christine Manfield and Rebecca Sullivan, in their upcoming event, The Bush Table. Expect to taste some native ingredients and have a blast asking questions and hearing stories from the chefs themselves. Don't worry about the drinks, they got you covered with Tasting Australia's Drinks Curators' selection. Don't miss out on this mouth-watering opportunity!

Get tickets to Bush Table here.

Warndu Australian Native Food | Rebecca Sullivan

Rebecca wears many hats, including food curator, sustainable living advocate, regenerative farmer, teacher, author, entrepreneur, and all-around kitchen wizard. She's the brains behind the Granny Skills movement and, along with her partner Damien, they recently launched the game-changing First Nations Food Companion.

During their chat with Rebecca, Tasting Australia uncovered her secret signature dish, her favorite ingredient that's often overlooked, and the person she's dying to share a meal with. Get ready to be inspired and hungry!



Tell us three things about yourself. 
I have two beautiful boys - Mallee (3) and Ngairri (9 months)
I like old-school froth on my cappuccinos
I live off-grid in a straw bale home surrounded by a regenerative native forest in the stunning Clare Valley

What is your signature dish to make?  
My best mate Emma Shearer from the Lost Loaf loves my Chilli Con Carne!

What makes South Australian produce so special?
What's not special about it? I truly think we have some of the best produce in the world. It comes from a clean, green environment and the characters that make them are legends. 

Your favourite ingredient that is often overlooked? 
Geraldton Wax - it's a native plant that is like a piney, citrus punch and great in sweet and savoury dishes!

Who would you love to dine with?
Prince Charles - he's one of the most underrated eco-warriors on the planet. I have already met him a few times but would love to share a meal with him.

What is your dream restaurant booking?
Right now, I really want to get to Joost in Melbourne - I was supposed to go a few times but missed out during COVID.

The most memorable meal you've had?
I am lucky enough to have eaten many, many times at The Ledbury in London and love Brett's food - and him!

What are you most looking forward to about Tasting Australia?
Being surrounded by absolute legends - from the growers to the eaters! 

Can you give us a taste of what to expect at your Tasting Australia event?
An absolute story on a plate...