Welcome to Bre&d

Bre&d is a community based non-profit organisation established in September 2001 to increase awareness of the Bathurst region and its produce. Bre&d encourages both visitors and residents to experience the unique eats and drinks of the Bathurst region resulting in stimulation of the local economy and community interest in food. The organisation has an active membership of about 30 core volunteers plus business houses and general members. These figures are growing exponentially from year to year with the continual support from the community, local businesses and schools.

Bathurst Farmers Market

Join friends for a fabulous morning at the October Farmer’s Markets and celebrate the best of Spring.

The Market will be held from 8.00am till 12.00pm at the Bathurst Showground on Saturday 24 October 2009.

The freshest eggs, tomatoes, honey, cakes, olive oil, dressings, sauces, plants, doggie treats, fresh meats and smallgoods, specialty-blended teas, personal care products, breads, pies, gluten-free treats, and the best coffee and brunch.

Meet your friends, shop, socialise, and enjoy a wonderful Spring morning. Enjoy a wonderful Market morning with friends, family, food - what fun!

For more information, call Angela and Howard on 02 6368 1104.

Bre&d's Past Events include:

July Winter Feast

Champagne and Canapes on Arrival then 3 course dinner followed by tea and coffee. Peter Bourne, one of Australia;s foremost wine educators, was there to educate those who need educating.

Bre&d on the Bridge
Bre&d's annual signature event held on the historic Denison Bridge. In 2007 diners enjoyed a delicious lunch with Tuscan style food.

Bre&d Under the Stars
This is becoming an annual event with delicious food then dancing the night away on Denison Bridge on Saturday night preceding Sunday's Bre&d on the Bridge. The 2007 event was held on St Patricks Day, based on an Irish Pub theme. A&E Queens Roofers Bed bugs extermination nyc

Bre&d at the Courthouse
Held in conjunction with the 2003 Bathurst 24 hour car race. A black tie 3 course dinner was held at the Courthouse forecourt showcasing Bathurst's history and rich culinary pride.

Bread on the Train
Held in conjunction with the 2003 Bathurst 24 hour car race. Bre&d on the Train offered "a taste of the race". Guests travelled aboard a 1920 motor train from Bathurst to Tarana where they dined on produce prepared by local chefs.

Past Educational and Social Events

  • Lovedale Long Lunch - Hunter Valley
  • Afternoon Tea at the Courthouse
  • Foodies Walk - Bathurst Restaurants
  • Wine appreciation in association with Bathurst Vignerons
  • Cooking courses with Philippe Legall from Legall Restaurant
  • Coffee roasting and making with Peter Harrison from Ziegler's Cafe
  • Tastings at the Top - Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
  • Collitts Inn, Hartley Vale

These events have contributed to raising the regions profile as a culinary and cultural destination for tourism.

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