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Jess Pryles
Barbecue expert Jess Pryles Photo: Scott Slusher

This year's Good Food & Wine Shows in Sydney and Melbourne feature a stellar line-up of celebrity chefs set to grace the cooking main stage to demonstrate their favourite recipes.

Show favourites and famous faces Miguel Maestre and Kirsten Tibballs have been confirmed to appear at the upcoming Melbourne and Sydney events.

A raft of other TV and Insta-chefs will also appear, including MasterChef alumni Emelia Jackson and Sarah Todd, Nagi Maehashi (author of RecipeTin Eats), and Ready Steady Cook regular Alastair McLeod. and the host of Aussie Barbecue Heroes, Jess Pryles.

In addition to the celeb chef line-up, visitors will enjoy a jam-packed show schedule including:

The Australian Eggs Flip It Cooking Stage, where the likes of Australian MasterChef Dani Venn and food expert Jane de Graaff cook up delicious, nutritious and elevated dishes live on stage.

The Art of Luxury Tea with Dilmah 85 Reserve, where attendees will enjoy a sensory journey through the world of luxury tea and tea terroir through various engaging experiences from tea-inspired gastronomy to creatively crafted tea-infused cocktails.

The RIEDEL Drinks Lab will allow attendees to brush up on their wine knowledge while being entertained and educated by a wine expert. This event will also offer samples of a range of interesting wine varieties from different regions across Australia, all available at the show.

The Wine Selectors Tasting Room will offer fun and interactive guided tastings to educate about perfect pairing, the art of wine and cheese, and more.

The Loire Wine Experience, presented by Loire Wines & Taste France, explores the wines and winemaking of the Loire Valley region, from terroir to sustainability, from rosés to sparkling wines, and more.

Plus, the popular DrinkWise tasting tracker scratchie card is back to make staying classy fun. Designed to help guests ‘stay tasteful while tasting’, the simple and fun scratchie card lets those keen on tasting the tipples keep track of their consumption by scratching off panels after every tasting.

Celebrating its 23rd year, this year’s Good Food & Wine Show will feature a key focus on affordable luxuries and indulgences, with over 300 artisans and brands sharing a smorgasbord of products for every budget. From artisanal goods to sweet treats, fine wines and spirits, and at-home entertaining ideas, attendees can sample the produce, meet the makers and connect with local producers.

2024 Show dates

Melbourne May 31 – June 2

Sydney June 21-23

Perth July 19-21

Brisbane October 25-27

Sydney Christmas Market November 22-24

Melbourne Christmas Market December 6-8

Tickets are on sale for Melbourne and Sydney from as little as $39 for general admission, with other cities going on sale closer to event dates. More info:



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