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Baba and Dida’s European Croatian Experience

Venue: Baba and Dida’s, 2540 West Swan Rd, Caversham
Day & Time: Sunday, February 28, 11am-2pm
Cost: Free Entry, food available for purchase

For the first time, our famous roadside stall ‘Baba and Dida’s’ welcomes the public to try an authentic Croatian experience. 

Observe our family cooking lamb and pig on the spit and buy some delicious rustic foods while enjoying a unique farm experience.

At your leisure browse through the fresh produce marketplace to purchase some delicious locally-grown products guaranteed to leave your tastebuds wanting more.

Keep an eye out on Facebook and Instagram for updates on the future grand opening of Baba and Dida’s café’ and marketplace in the redeveloped authentic rammed earth building.

Please note: there will be limited capacity on site to ensure the safety of our guests. Get in early to make sure you secure your spot for this unique experience as once we have reached capacity, we will unfortunately be unable to accommodate any further guests.

Parking information:

Please note that parking for our event is on De Burgh Road and at Taylor Park, a short walk from the event. Disabled and elderly parking as well as drop offs will be accommodated within the property. Due to limited parking, we encourage you to car pool or use ride share/taxi services where possible.

Please ensure you follow the instructions of our parking marshals to ensure that the event is safe and enjoyable for all.

View the parking map

 

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