The Show Is Coming To Town

After celebrating an incredible 30th birthday in Melbourne last year, the nation’s largest food service event is ready to return in September.

Making its way to a city known for its love of fresh produce, great hospitality, and exceptional fine food, Sydney is set to welcome Fine Food Australia with open arms – and kitchens.

Given the sporting nature of many of Fine Food Australia’s competitions and the marathon effort that exhibitors and attendees alike put into making the most of the event, Sydney Olympic Park is a fitting home for this year’s show. Across four-days, the show promises the best of the food service industry with a line-up of new features and interactive sessions designed to help every visitor make the most of their experience.

As always, the show has plenty on offer for pastry chefs and baking professionals, showcasing new ingredients, cutting-edge equipment and global industry trends.

The dedicated Bakery World section will allow visitors to taste new products, test-drive the latest equipment and watch young apprentices go head-to-head in the annual Bake Skills Competition. Meanwhile, some of Australia’s top baking professionals will flex their muscles for the title of the perfect pie in the annual Official Great Aussie Pie Competition.

As a proud partner of Fine Food Australia, Australian Baking Business will host a series of industry panels with the country’s top pasty chefs and bakers to discuss the latest trends and the future of artisan techniques. The team will also judge the year’s best new bakery products, awarding the brand with the most innovative and practical design.

The event offers one-on-one sessions with industry leaders, educational classes, demonstrations and competitions, as well as the opportunity to build relationships, drive business and be inspired about the industry.

For more information on Fine Food Australia, visit To find out more on the industry panel or best new bakery product awards, email

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