Kangaroo meat key to attracting food tourism

QUEENSLAND might be revered for its steak, but it’s Skippy we should be putting on the menu to become a leading food tourism destination, according to a top researcher.

With culinary experiences one of the booming tourism sectors across the world and accounting for a more than $7 billion visitor spend in the Sunshine State, Queensland is keen to increase its piece of the economic pie and position itself as a foodie’s playground.

But Griffith University’s Mun Yee Lai, who has spent more than three years investigating food tourism in Australia, says the likes of kangaroo, emu and crocodile must be added to restaurant menus to attract travellers.

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