Flavours Of Coburg



2024 Dates:

27 January | 17 February | 16 March | 20 April | 18 May | 15 June

**If you would like to arrange an alternative date not in the booking calendar, please get in contact here.

Starting time:


Group size:

10 maximum



What to expect

On this 3 hour tour you’ll experience the cultural delights of 6 different countries over 8 unique food stops. With a mixture of sweet & savoury tastings, you’ll soon discover that Coburg is an ideal foodie destination for anyone who’s tired of the ‘standard’ menu items you find in most modern cafes. Bursting with atmosphere, each foodie stop brings its own ‘personal touch’ with business owners proud of their cultural heritage, so obviously reflected in the food they prepare, the way they serve it and the way they interact with their customers. But that’s not all… we’ll pop into a Middle-Eastern gold jewellery shop to learn the cultural significance of various pieces, learn some local history and the best local foodie tips. Nicknamed ‘Coolburg’ this is an area still filled with old-school charm and where the old & new blend perfectly.

Why should I join?

  • 8 foodie stops
  • 13+ tastings including coffee & a glass of wine
  • Expert guide
  • Local history
  • Lesson on Middle-Eastern gold jewellery
  • Meet the locals
  • List of local foodie recommendations
  • Fun, informative & delicious

How to find us / Travel arrangements

After meeting at Coburg Library in the morning, we explore on foot. If you require assistance getting to our meeting point, please contact us.

Coburg is one of the few remaining suburbs where community is still very much alive in today’s digital age. With many of its original migrant families still living here, Coburg is exploding with multicultural flavours, sights & sounds.