We recently did a huge 11 night trip to the Yorke Peninsula with the kids in tow – fantastic trip, but by the time we got to our second to last stop, we were running a bit low on the food we had packed when we left home and who has time for supermarket shopping on holiday? Enter, Grazing Yorkes! We got in touch with Emily and ordered a cheese platter box and a breakfast box and she delivered them direct to our accommodation so once we checked in, we could settle back with a drink and graze the afternoon away!

How convenient and a little bit special too, which is what you want when you are having a weekend away right? It’s such a dream, you can order these and have them delivered any where around the Copper Coast (small delivery fee may apply depending exactly where you want the boxes to show up – but Moonta, Wallaroo & Kadina are free!)

The grazing box included several cheeses, crackers, dips, strawberries, cured meats and more. We loved it, the kids loved it and there was PLENTY – so much that we had enough for sunset nibbles the next night too!

Of course the kids loved it too, because kids love options and grazing, it just suits them doesn’t it?

Our breakfast box included everything we needed for an easy gourmet breakky including bacon, eggs, rolls, yoghurt, muesli, muffins and juice! The kids thought they were it and a bit – certainly beat their normal soggy weetbix!

Grazing Yorkes is also soon launching kids cooking classes for ages 12+. Check out their socials for the details and then between Grazing Yorkes and your own kids, you will never have to cook again! (We wish….)

SO, when you next head to Yorkes for a weekend, the holidays, a celebration or any visit at all really, book all your snacking or catering needs with Grazing Yorkes. Our experience was brilliant, and of course they can cater on a much larger scale for weddings and events too…..check them out below!


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