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HAMPERS FILLED with fresh regional produce are beautifully
packaged and delivered to venues around the Southern
Highlands, especially aimed at visitors to the region.
Filled with delicious local cheeses, bread, olives, fruit,
preserves, meats and much more, the hampers provide
visitors with a glimpse of some of the finest foods available in
"We want visitors to the region to experience more than just
the magnificent views and exceptional hospitality," Kath said.
"Too often people visiting the area arrive in town and head
to the big chain supermarkets to stock up on supplies for
their stay. We want guests to try our local produce and buy
from local businesses so deliSH has put together these local
The hampers are pre-ordered and delivered to self-
contained accommodation, bed and breakfasts, special
events taking place around the Southern Highlands, or even
to your home.
Each hamper includes information brochures about the
produce and the people behind the product.
"The idea is that people will love what they try in the
hamper and seek out more of these products during or
following their stay," Emma said. The deliSH produce
hampers are packed in trendy cool bags, complete with
wine glasses, plates, napkins, cutlery and a cutting board.
In addition to their range of fresh produce hampers, deliSH
has built a selection of gift hampers, which are packaged
in either a quality jute bag or a locally handmade wooden
Whether you choose a delicious "Gourmet Wine and
Cheese Supper" or a "Longlea Gift Hamper", a deliSH
hamper filled with an array of Southern Highlands products
is the perfect way to spoil your visitors to the Southern
deliSH will post gift hampers anywhere in Australia and
also offers free delivery in the Southern Highlands seven
days per week.
Details: www.deli-sh.com.au. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ph. 0419602423 or 0410679142.
EMMA PAETZHOLDT AND KATH LONG ARE
THE BRAINS BEHIND A NEW FOOD CONCEPT
AIMED AT SHOWCASING LOCAL PRODUCE
BUSINESS IN THE SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS.
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