Experience the world’s finest native Australian bush cuisine at the 2017 Cully Fest Released cabaret show.

Released by Pepper Jane will kick start night one of Cully Fest with First Food Co, sure to leave your taste buds talking.

Co-director Karen Perks and renowned Indigenous chef Dale Chapman boast years of experience and will be serving up a unique and mouthwatering three-course native Australian dinner.

For an entrée, expect a rainbow of colour with anise, feta and olives complimented by sunset-spiced sun dried tomato and capsicum, along with warrigal green and butter bean dip and artisan crusty bread.

First Food Co will be plating up Chicken Mignon wrapped in tender bacon puffed pastry top, served on sweet potato mash with steamed green beans. Alternatively, guests can enjoy grilled kangaroo fillet with a grilled vegetable stack and sweet potato chips.

Across the spread will be bush tomato relish, Davidson plum chutney, mango and native mint sauce, blueberry and Tasmanian pepper berry sauce and Diemen peppered salt.

For dessert, indulge in classic lemon myrtle cheesecake with finger lime pearl cream or pavlova with wattle seed cream and wild berry coulis.

Pepper Jane will fill the early evening with her lofty folk tales and sounds of aural delight. Pepper will share the stories of her music and leave the crowd in awe.

At 9:30pm, Willie Nelson’s Love Child will take over the stage with their tribute to Willie Nelson and other country greats. Sean Mullen and Sandra Beynon will bring their unique talents and personalities to light up the stage.

Closing an epic night of food and music will be Dezzie D & the Stingrayz. The energetic five-piece band will transport you back to the era of rhythm and blues.

Do not miss your chance to experience some of the world’s highest quality bush cuisine while dining with some of the country’s most unique musicians. Book now and have all this for under $100 here.