• Snack time

    If time or staggered meal breaks are an issue, try a morning or afternoon tea in a communal area

  • Sweet treats

    Share traditional desserts from countries around the world for a multicultural ‘high tea’

  • Dream destination

    Encourage workers to bring a dish from the place they would most like to visit.

  • Musical meals

    Each staff member can contribute a song to a playlist of traditional cultural music to accompany your event

    Christopher, Flavour Makers

  • Dining out

    Organise a team lunch or dinner at a culturally diverse restaurant. It’s a fun way to get together with your team and share a special cuisine

  • Dynamic duos

    Encourage staff to pair up with a workmate and create a ‘fusion’ meal of their different cultural backgrounds.

  • Global groceries

    Go shopping at an international food grocer and buy some unique delights from other countries to share with your workmates

  • Tell us a story

    Share a short story with your dish! Maybe your meal has been passed down from generations and is a special part of your family heritage? Maybe you have a childhood memory about it or memories of trying to cook it as a child?

  • Change of scene

    Lunches don’t need to be held in traditional boardrooms – use whatever spaces and materials you have available!

    P&O Trans Australia

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