Change the Course at Darling Quarter with Two Good Co.

You’re invited to the season’s most enticing culinary event. Feast on the flavours of some of Australia’s most celebrated chefs in this feel-good highlight of the American Express delicious. Month Out. 


Set in the urban sanctuary of the Civic Connector, unite with other foodies over a leisurely and sumptuous long lunch experience. a delectable three-course meal designed by Two Good Co and American Express delicious. Month Out, along with matched organic and biodynamic wines from Mudgee winery, Lowe Family Wine Co. Non-drinkers will be catered for with zero alcohol wine alternatives from NON. Guests will also receive a Two Good Co Change The Course cookbook, and their ticket price will fund a donated meal to a person in refuge.

Friday 31 May | 11:30AM – 2PM



Maggie Beer's Fig and Goat's Cheese Pastries with Vino Cotto prepared by Two Good Co.

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Main and Side

Two Good’s Barberry and Tarragon Rolled Chicken and Mike McEnearney’s Caramelised Pumpkin, prepared by Braza Currascaria.


Alanna Sapwell-Stone’s Banana Puddings, made by Kürtosh and served with Vanilla gelato by Gelatissimo.


The cool, clear air is punctuated by the vibrant yellow of the Acacia flower, blooming en masse. Clear, salty seas illuminate the abundant life in the coral reefs, while at altitude, snow gently dusts the land. The shorter days take on a new urgency, to forage and feed; fortifying for long, cold nights. These times are hard, but will eventually give way to a warmer dawn.


The intensity of heat gives way to a calmer time, and a fresh harvest of fruits, berries and roots emerge. Butterflies and birds flit between flowers, simultaneously drinking the nectar and delivering the pollen which will, in time, reignite a new cycle of emergence. This peaceful time is illuminated by beautiful, golden sunsets, slowly retracting as the long, cool nights draw in.


The hottest part of the year brings with it extremes. Scorched land cracks open in desperation for the deluge of rain that storms will eventually, inevitably bring. These storms churn the rivers and creeks, igniting feeding frenzies among hungry fish. This is a harsh, unsettled time. Many won’t survive. But with endings, come new beginnings.


Cold winds make way for warming air, while gentle rains cleanse and replenish the land. The buds of the Waratah redden, and before long they bloom, heavy with nectar. This long-awaited nourishment gives way to a cacophony of life; new, flourishing; and old, reawakening. All emerging to celebrate this time of plenty.