In the final instalment of the Harvest Festival TV series, Central Coast Council along with Misfits Media visited many of the region’s farmers and producer.
The last video in a four-part social media series sees host Ally Burnie learn more about the hinterland region and what makes its produce so unique.
With visits to the Australian Wildlife Walkabout Park, The Giving Farm, The Food Farm and Grace Springs Farm, we learn about ethical and sustainable food sources, bush tucker and the amazing places to visit in the Central Coast hinterland.
Combine this with a visit to Eastcoast Beverages, where we sample some of the Coast’s best fresh juices, and you have part four of the campaign that really embraces what the Harvest Festival is all about.
On releasing the final episode of Harvest Festival TV, Managing Director of The Misfits, Chloe Noel De Kerbrech said: “It has been such a pleasure working with Central Coast Council on driving and promoting awareness of these incredible local businesses, farmers and producers doing really big things. We have a passion for destination marketing and couldn’t think of a better region to be doing it in or partner to be doing it with.”
Watch the final spot below.
Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Central Coast Council
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