Australian cuisine has its influence from Australian aboriginal cuisine, known as “bush tucker”, from the cuisine of British colonizers, and from immigrants who arrived after World War I. Continue reading to find out more about what to eat in Australia!

Throughout the country, you can find plenty of restaurants with all kinds of food. If you have a chance, try white barramundi fish, kangaroo, emu, and crocodile meat. Savour two of its most famous desserts: Lamington, a sponge cake with grated chocolate and coconut sauce, and Pavlova, a meringue pie, cream and fresh fruit.

Enjoy its wine, one of the best in the world. Australia has many wine areas throughout its vast territory. The Seppeltsfield winery, in the Barossa Valley, an hour drive from Adelaide, is the only one in the world that launches a 100-year-old wine every year. In the McLaren Valley, south of Adelaide, we find d’Arenberg Cube, a five-floor building in tempered glass, located between vineyards, which resembles a Rubik’s Cube

Australians love beer. The country has more than 500 small breweries

Enjoy your meal!

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