The 'Illawarra Food Business Stories of Early Migrants who Tantalised our Palates' exhibition enjoyed an encore presentation September to 14 October 2019 at the Wollongong City Council's Curio Gallery, an outdoor display which is located on Church Street Wollongong. This successful and popular exhibition researched, curated and designed by the Migration Heritage Project, is about Wollongong's own 'food pioneers'. It showcases the individuals that brought new flavours and colours to the palates of the people in an emerging city that we know and love today. Many people believe that Wollongong became a multicultural city after World War 2, but in fact there were many people who lived and influenced the culture of Wollongong long before the second world war. <Read More> about the exhibition and the early pioneer migrants featured in the exhibition panels.