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Nothing compliments a glass of wine better than a cheese platter!

Nothing compliments a glass of wine better than a cheese platter!

Visit Toowoomba's Preston Peak winery while in Town for the Carnival of Flowers

Visit Toowoomba's Preston Peak winery while in Town for the Carnival of Flowers

Image result for Cookery winners from the Toowoomba show.

Image result for Cookery winners from the Toowoomba show.

Churros at the Flower Food and Wine Festival

Churros at the Flower Food and Wine Festival

Scrumptious cupcakes being served at the Ergon Energy Flower Food and Wine Festival 2015

Scrumptious cupcakes being served at the Ergon Energy Flower Food and Wine Festival 2015

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Tutti Frutti at the Flower Food and Wine Festival 2015

Tutti Frutti at the Flower Food and Wine Festival 2015

The Bunya Pine (Araucaria bidwillii), is most famous for its giant cones (up to five kg) that will render you senseless if they fall on your head.     The species is only grows naturally in a couple of places in Queensland – most famously in the Bunya Mountains, near Kingaroy but also at the head of the Brisbane River and in two places in far north Queensland.    They contain up to 600 grams of starch-rich seeds which can be eaten raw or roasted.

The Bunya Pine (Araucaria bidwillii), is most famous for its giant cones (up to five kg) that will render you senseless if they fall on your head. The species is only grows naturally in a couple of places in Queensland – most famously in the Bunya Mountains, near Kingaroy but also at the head of the Brisbane River and in two places in far north Queensland. They contain up to 600 grams of starch-rich seeds which can be eaten raw or roasted.

Highfields Tavern

Highfields Tavern

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