The Good Food & Wine Show Returns to Perth July 19-21

A staple in the diaries of foodies around the country, the Good Food & Wine Show is celebrating its 23rd year in 2024, returning to Perth on July 19-21 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Passionate about providing people with shared experiences through food and wine, the Good Food & Wine Show is Australia’s longest-running consumer food and wine event. More than 100,000 people visit the shows each year to enjoy the fare of artisans and brands, along with a line-up of demonstrations, celebrity chefs, and interactive sessions.

This year’s Good Food & Wine Show will focus on affordable luxuries and indulgences, with over 300 artisans and brands sharing products for every budget.

From artisanal goods to sweet treats, fine wines and spirits, and at-home entertaining ideas, attendees will have the chance to sample the produce, meet the makers and connect with local producers.

Confirmed to appear at the upcoming Perth event are show favourites and famous faces Miguel Maestre and Kirsten Tibballs. Other TV and Insta-Chefs appearing include MasterChef alumni Emelia Jackson, social media sensation Nat’s What I Reckon and Ready Steady Cook regular Alastair McLeod.

  • Miguel Maestre: A fan-favourite and TV personality celebrated for his infectious energy and passion for food.
  • Kirsten Tibballs: Internationally acclaimed pastry chef and Australia’s Queen of Chocolate.
  • Emelia Jackson: Winner of MasterChef 2020, known for her luxurious desserts.
  • CheatMeats: BBQ & grill experts from Western Australia, Leon & Cory have turned their love of cooking into a social media sensation.
  • Nat’s What I Reckon: Content creator, comedian, rock musician, and social media cooking star.

In addition to rubbing shoulders with cooking royalty in the Harvey Norman Kitchen, show visitors will enjoy a jam-packed show schedule including:

  • The Harvey Norman Kitchen where a roster of celebrity chefs will share their secrets whilst entertaining and inspiring with recipe ideas to take away.
  • The Australian Eggs Flip It Cooking Stage, where the likes of best-selling author Emelia Jackson and food expert Jane de Graaff cook up delicious, nutritious and elevated dishes live on stage. 
  • Celebrating WA’s local produce and chefs, the Kleenheat Kitchen is back for another year, featuring a series of mouth-watering cooking demonstrations led by some of the state’s top chefs.
  • The RIEDEL Drinks Lab , where attendees can brush up on their wine knowledge while being entertained and educated by a wine expert.
  • 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.
  • A VIP lounge where VIP ticket holders will enjoy a premium menu with a choice of three substantial meals and five wines or beers.

The 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 enables those keen on tasting the tipples on offer to keep track of their consumption by scratching off panels after every tasting.

Tickets are on sale now from $39 for general admission here.

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Martin

Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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