Fervor + La Violetta @ NewFarm Denmark

May 9 & 10, 2024

NewFarm is a 62-acre farm campground smack bang between Denmark and Walpole on the stunning South coast of Western Australia.

It is a special place; a place to reconnect with nature amongst the incredible granite rocks and native bushland and to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

They are opening up their beautiful space, over two evenings, to celebrate the incredible food and wine that the Great Southern has to offer, and Fervor is honoured to be teaming up with one of their favourite wine producers from the region, La Violetta.

La Violetta is the project of AJ Hoadley and Hanna Reichel, inspired by the diversity and nuance found in the vineyards and sub-regions of Great Southern, and have been making great wine since 2008. Grapes are sourced from a handful of trusted growers with exceptional vineyards, some amongst the oldest in the state. The aim is to keep production on a small scale so that each wine can be crafted with care and respect for the uniqueness of the site.

Fervor is a roaming restaurant. They harness fresh ingredients, with a focus on locally sourced produce, specifically Native Australian ingredients. Each meal is presented in a unique location to create an unforgettable degustation dining experience.

If you would like to stay the night (or the weekend!) there is a range of accommodation options available, which you can book directly via NewFarm here.

We look forward to having you along!

Ticket includes Canapes and welcoming drink on arrival, followed by a five-course wine-matched degustation.

Bus from Denmark available at an additional cost (add on ticket).

Image: Paris Hawken

For more event information, please contact Fervor on bookings@fervor.com.au or 0429 033 326.

For more information on ticketing or Taste Great Southern, please contact CMS Events on ticketing@tastegreatsouthern.com.au or 08 9201 9888.

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Kaya. From our home on the Wadandi beaches to the Yawuru wetlands to the Ballardong plains to the Gija gorges, we love this Country. We pay our respects to Nature, to Ancestors and to Elders, from the time when the world was soft until tomorrow when the sun rises again. We are grateful to the place and the people who are the traditional custodians, and acknowledge that our work is a celebration of the care for Country that matters to us all. Fervor says thank you Boodja.