25 Oct, 2015

Taste The World At Home In Adelaide

Adelaide is building on its reputation as the food and culture capital of Australia by making it easier for people who live in or visit Adelaide to find ways to sample offerings from cultures around the world, with Taste the World at Home; a new addition to the City of Adelaide website.

Lord Mayor Martin Haese said the initiative is a great opportunity to show off all of Adelaide’s multicultural offerings, from restaurants, to shops, to language schools, to cultural events, as well as other organisations and associations, that Adelaide has to offer.

“To help us compile a comprehensive listing we’re asking culturally specific businesses and organisations to submit their details through a simple online form and become part of this great opportunity to showcase their offerings online and for free,” said Martin.

“As a business-owner myself, I have first-hand knowledge of the importance of exposure and of getting the message about your business out there into the public arena wherever possible. This is a great opportunity to increase exposure and one that is completely free.”

“Council’s website has between 15 and 20 thousand unique visits each week, and many of them are looking for activities, events and services in the City.

“With so many diverse groups represented in the City, and upcoming events like the Japanese Film Festival, Korean Culture and Food Festival and the Multicultural Festival in Rundle Mall, there has never been a better time to discover the variety Adelaide has to offer,” he said.

Businesses can complete the online form, email [email protected] with details, or telephone (08) 8203 7309 for more information.

To try out the web page and search for specific culturally focused businesses go to www.cityofadelaide.com.au/taste.


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Rebecca Draysey