Top Kiwi chef Al Brown indulges in the best of Western Australia's food and experiences for television series

Thursday 1 August 2013, 3:44PM
By PR-ink

<p>Award-winning New Zealand celebrity chef, bestselling food author (Stoked, Fish and Get Fresh), and TV presenter (Hunger for the Wild), Al Brown will &#39;dish up Western Australia&#39; in the last of a 10-week culinary odyssey television series &lsquo;Dishing Up Australia with Al Brown&rsquo;.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br /> The programme, airing on Saturday 10 August on TV One, follows Al&rsquo;s journey into breathtaking Broome and further north into the Dampier Peninsula and Cape Leveque where he gets to sample the region&rsquo;s unique cuisine.<br /> Al was treated to a truly Western Australian experience for the television series, starting in the pearling capital of Australia, Broome, which is the western gateway to the Kimberley wilderness - home to world famous Cable Beach sunsets and the natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon.&nbsp;&nbsp; Al got to enjoy the tropical oasis of the region with its striking contrasts in colour and culture, while at the same time engaging his senses and taste buds.</p> <p>The programme also follows Al on a 4WD adventure up the Dampier Peninsula where he catches and cooks some of the stunning local seafood, and experiences first-hand what this remarkable region of Western Australia has to offer.&nbsp; After meeting some of the local characters and visiting his chef mates, Al ditches the 4WD for a Float Plane to view the spectacular Western Australia scenery from above, taking in the stunning landscape of the region.<br /> Dishing Up Australia with Al Brown airs on Saturday 10 August on TV One and is also available on TVNZ OnDemand.<br /> ENDS<br /> For media enquiries please contact Sarah Nash at PR Ink, 021 400 458 or</p> <p>For more information on Broome, Cape Leveque and Western Australia please visit</p>