The Cookery, Hospitality and Tourism (CHAT) students have just returned from a two day camp touring the lower Eyre Peninsula learning all about the region’s local produce. The students enjoyed an Adventure Bay seafood cruise followed by a kingfish cooking demonstration at Boston Bay Wines. After lunch, the students toured the Boston Bean Coffee Co. where they were able to view the roasting process and learn about different varieties of beans. As the final tour for the day, the students attended the Pope’s honey farm followed by dinner at Del Giorno’s Café. An early start the next morning was worth it as they drove to Coffin Bay Oyster Farm after a breakfast at Rogue and Rascal. Students dressed in waders and walking out into the water where they learnt to shuck oysters and for some, tasted their first natural oyster fresh, straight from the ocean. The Cummins Milling Company were excited to show the students around the mill and the process used to produce their high quality flours. Finally, on the way home students stopped at the Tumby Bay Bakery. The camp was thoroughly enjoyed by all.