- Cooking demonstrations with Kenny McHardy of Manuka Woodfire Kitchen and Mini Masters finalists
- ‘Spilling the Beans’ produce session and cookery
- Free workshops open for bookings Friday 19 February – sign up to be the first to know
Manuka Woodfire Kitchen owner and chef Kenny McHardy will host mouth-watering cooking demonstrations, local produce sessions with the finalists of the Mini Masters cooking competition at the free community festival Coogee Live on March 6 and 7 along Coogee Beach.
With over 50 new events, performances, experiences, workshops, demonstrations and activations added to Coogee Live’s schedule of events, there’s now over 130 things to do across the weekend.
Some of the activities, workshops and sessions have limited numbers requiring a booking to reserve a place and all are free of charge. Registrations will open on Friday 19 February – sign up to the mailing list to be the first to know when the bookings go live.