PEARLS AND PLATES 2022

Pearls and Plates 2022 will be held again at Post Office Island on the Easter weekend and it will be extended to a three-days festival on Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th and Monday 18th, 2022 . Only 60 guests/day.

In the next weeks we will release the new exciting collaboration we are working on.

Don't wait to register:  a memorable day at the Abrolhos is waiting for you. 

Tickets will be on sale between in  August/ September 2021.

"A mesmerising and perfectly executed fusion of food, wine and music celebrating the very best West Australia has to offer, organised and managed sensitively to the raw, pristine and untouched paradise of the Abrolhos.We will definitely be back next year!" 

C. & J. W. Guests of Pearls and Plates 2021

Fabulous day of amazing local food & produce , amazing surrounds, music and family entrepreneurship that was truly unique. Can’t wait for next year"

B.D. Guest of Pearls and Plates 2021

Upcoming Events

  • Pearl and Plates 2022 - Saturday 16 April 2022
    16 Apr 2022, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
    PEARLS AND PLATES, Post Office Island, Houtman Abrolhos WA 6530, Australia
    "A taste of WA oceanic bliss. A festival for all the senses takes visitors on a culinary and artistic journey in a setting rich in history and nature." (Stephen Scourfield) Long table lunch by Anna Gare and Guy Jeffrey overlooking Post Office Island lagoon.
  • Pearl and Plates 2022 - Sunday 17 April 2022
    17 Apr 2022, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
    PEARLS AND PLATES, Post Office Island, Houtman Abrolhos WA 6530, Australia
    "A taste of WA oceanic bliss. A festival for all the senses takes visitors on a culinary and artistic journey in a setting rich in history and nature." (Stephen Scourfield) Long table lunch by Anna Gare and Guy Jeffrey overlooking Post Office Island lagoon.
  • Pearl and Plates 2022 - Monday 18 April 2022
    18 Apr 2022, 11:00 am – 4:30 pm
    PEARLS AND PLATES, Post Office Island, Houtman Abrolhos WA 6530, Australia
    "A taste of WA oceanic bliss. A festival for all the senses takes visitors on a culinary and artistic journey in a setting rich in history and nature." (Stephen Scourfield) Long table lunch by Anna Gare and Guy Jeffrey overlooking Post Office Island lagoon.
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