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Flavours of Auburn

Flavours of Auburn is a community project that connects people and cultures through a shared love for food.

Please note: All Flavours of Auburn cooking classes and gift vouchers have been suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic. 

 

Learn to cook like the locals do

In a cooking class, our community cooks will welcome you into their kitchen and teach you how to make delicious dishes from their home country - including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Congo, Ethiopia, Iran, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka - just to name a few.

You will learn how to cook new recipes from scratch and share the feast at the end of the evening.

Discover the great tastes of Auburn

On our walking food tours, our local guides will steer you through the streets of Auburn to visit businesses and munch through food samples from every corner of the world. You will discover edible treasures tucked away in little arcades and meet some of Auburn’s small business owners - who will proudly share their stories of starting up a business in the area and contributing to our rich and vibrant community.

Unfortunately, Discover Auburn Walking Food Tours are currently unavailable. Once they begin again, we will notify you on this website. 

Flavours of Auburn is a community project

All payments to the cooking classes and food tours go towards covering project costs. Any left over money is reinvested in expanding this project and helping to support the local community.

This project is a partnership between local Auburn businesses, the Auburn Small Community Organisation Network (ASCON), Cumberland City Council, and the House of Welcome.