Opening this Friday 24 June, the City of Casey in Melbourne’s south-east invites you to a one-of-a-kind experience at Bunjil Place. Casey Cornucopia celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the region’s Winter Arts Festival and features fine dining experiences, alongside special tours and installations.
A centrepiece of the initiative is a series of fruit sculptures that will release a world-first flavoured fog. Created by UK-based
To be featured among the flora as an installation is the Chocolate Lily, and
Alongside the festivities is a special staggered, multi-course dining experience, where guests begin in the Cornucopia Garden and journey through guided scenes alongside performances and talks. The menu will feature produce from Bunjil Place’s head chef Colin Wilson, while the creative design is by Post Dining duo Stephanie Daughtry and Hannah Rohrlach. The pair will use food as a tool for connection, to challenge thinking and playfully evoke emotions.
Shorter tours, educational workshops, a documentary series and a local food hub are among the other activations alongside the edible weather system, culminating as an immersive activation that combines food, design and the senses.
Casey Cornucopia will run for over three weeks until 17 July.
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