Premier foodie event returns to Brisbane


It is handy having a capital city just down the road because it attracts events like The Good Food and Wine Show which makes a return to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane, this October, celebrating the

very best Australian produce, winemakers, artisans, and chefs from around the nation.

In its 22nd year, the Show takes guests on an epicurean journey around the country’s top wine

regions; pour tipples of over 500+ wines from the likes of Barossa, McLaren Vale, Southern

Queensland, Margaret River, and Clare Valley; plate up over 60 different cheeses from

Queensland to France; and host brand-new masterclasses and chef demonstrations like never


Brisbane will host the finale of the National tour from 27-29 October, following a delectable

journey around the nation starting in Melbourne in May, followed by Sydney in June and

Perth in July.

Celebrity chefs, Nagi Maehashi of RecipeTin Eats, Miguel Maestre, Justine Schofield, and

Kirsten Tibballs will ignite the stages with flavour on The Kitchen by Harris Scarfe, alongside

Northern Ireland-Australian celebrity chef Alastair McLeod, the Master of Ceremonies for

all events.

Fan favourites, Brendan Pang, Miguel Maestre. Kirsten Tibballs, and Charlotte Ree will

also take over two brand new stages to demonstrate their culinary flare and expertise – The

v2food Plant-Based Cooking Stage and The Baking stage.

The three-day event will see the return of over 300 exhibitors showcasing their unique

produce and artisan expertise. Step inside the Cheese Corner, the destination for all things

cheese; the Good Food Village, a market style hub to try and buy artisan products from local

producers; and the Wine Regions – Barossa, Margaret River, Clare Valley, Southern

Queensland and McLaren Vale.

For more information, visit:


Brisbane | 27 – 29 October 2023 | BCEC

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