Tamborine Mountain Golf Club presents Food on the Fairway

HUNGER GAMES: Food truck owner Simon and Tamborine Mountain Golf Club president Leon Radunz. Photo: Supplied.
HUNGER GAMES: Food truck owner Simon and Tamborine Mountain Golf Club president Leon Radunz. Photo: Supplied.

The lush green pastures of Tamborine Mountain Golf Club will be lined with food trucks and market stalls on Sunday for the maiden Food on the Fairways festival.

Gourmet tucker on offer will range from Greek souvlaki, roast pork rolls, Granny Macs fudge and desserts, including cronuts – a cross between a croissant and a doughnut, as well as coffee, other drinks and much more.

There will also be live music and entertainment, with local band Indigo Dusk and dancers from FAD to perform, and a jumping castle, giant bubble soccer balls and inflatable golf driving to keep the kids amused.

Bargain hunters can also pick up sensational deals on market items such as jewellery, handbags, crafts and homemade goodies.

The event is being held with assistance from the local chamber of commerce.

Tamborine Mountain Golf Club manager Tina Revie said it’s going to be a fantastic opportunity for food lovers to sample some delicious cuisine and have some fun with the entire family.

She said the golf club came up with the idea after experiencing a successful event of the same kind at a different course. 

‘We’d like it to become an annual event but we’ll gauge the turnout and also see how the greens cope,” Mrs Revie said. 

The course is due to undergo greens renovations in the days following, which is the reason the committee has allowed the event to go ahead on Sunday.

Entree is free and there is limited on-street parking around the Golf Course Road entrance.

SUPPORTERS: Tamborine Mountain Golf Club president Leon Radunz and the good people from Granny Macs Fudge. Photo: Supplied.

SUPPORTERS: Tamborine Mountain Golf Club president Leon Radunz and the good people from Granny Macs Fudge. Photo: Supplied.