THE World’s biggest Sushi Train is coming to the Busselton Jetty on Thursday 25 January.
The Stocker Preston Express will turn into a life size Sushi Train from 5.30 to 8pm with members of the public able to eat Sushi served by representatives from Sugito Busselton and Setagaya Bunbury Sister City organisations in traditional dress.
Busselton Jetty CEO Lisa Shreeve said the event was a bit of fun just before Australia Day to promote our multicultural community.
“We believe the World’s longest Sushi Train was 62m and we know the world’s longest Sushi Roll was 600m longer than the Jetty at 2.4km but we believe we have the world’s biggest Sushi Train.”
“Guests will be treated to three flavours of freshly made Sushi half rolls from Bunbury Farmers’ Market ($5 half roll) for this special event – teriyaki chicken, tuna and avocado and vegetarian,” she said.
Members of the public can arrrive any time after 5pm to purchase Sushi Roll tickets ($5 per half roll) at the Jetty Interpretive Centre, then take a leisurely stroll along the Jetty at dusk and choose from four different locations where the Sushi Train will stop on the way out and on the way back, returning at 7.30pm. Please see map below.
After you have enjoyed your Sushi on the Jetty, head to Signal Park for the Festival of Busselton Deckchair screening of Trolls.