Aired 4pm, Saturday 2 December 2017 on SBS. Adam takes a tour of the north coast of New South Wales, a magnet for tree- and sea-change families escaping city life, and he discovers the spectacular surroundings and a tight-knit food community growing lemon myrtle, chooks and mulloway.
10 Jul 2014 - 11:14 AM  UPDATED 3 Dec 2017 - 10:59 AM

Adam starts his tour at Stuarts Point, where he sees the first commercial lemon myrtle farm in Australia. Dropping by Yamba at the mouth of the Clarence River, Adam sources the famous Yamba prawns straight from the trawler. Heading further north to Byron Bay, Adam visits a must-see produce attraction, the Mullumbimby farmers’ market. Finally, he cooks up his inspiration from this culinary road trip – a Pacific paella at the spectacular Byron Bay lighthouse, situated on Australia’s most easterly point.



Brick chicken with lemon myrtle
Grilled Yamba prawns with salty lime and fennel
Pacific paella


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