Good Food & Wine Show

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Good Food & Wine Show
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Status Active
Venue Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre, Brisbane Convention Exhibition Centre, Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, Adelaide Showgrounds
Location(s) Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide
Country Australia
Inaugurated 2001
Attendance 120,600 combined (2012)
Organized by Diversified Exhibitions

The Good Food & Wine Show is Australia's largest consumer exhibition. It showcases cuisine matches and celebrity chefs.

The event is staged annually in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane and so far has attracted just under 120,600 food and wine lovers for 2011.[1]


The inaugural Good Food Show was staged in Melbourne in 2001. The first event featured some 130 exhibitors and was headlined by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. Over 38,000 visitors attended the show over the course of three days.

2002 saw the launch of the event in Sydney at Sydney Olympic Park. Due to public popularity and demand, the event was subsequently moved to the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour.

In 2005 the event was staged in Brisbane for the first time and in 2008 the inaugural Good Food & Wine Show Perth was held at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre. The Adelaide event made its debut in 2010 at the Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre.

Chefs that have appeared at the event include Gordon Ramsay, Ainsley Harriott, Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris, Manu Feildel, Ian Parmenter, Elizabeth Chong, Gabriel Gaté, Jill Dupliex, Rick Stein, Kylie Kwong, Bill Granger, Luke Mangan, Matt Moran, Ben O'Donoghue, Tyler Florence, Pete Evans, Tobie Puttock, Donna Hay and Gino D’Acampo.

The 2008 Sydney Show set a new record attendance for the event attracting 53,135 visitors over the course of three days.[1]

In 2012, the Good Food and Wine show hosted celebrity chefs Manu Feildel, Ainsley Harriott, Alistair McLeod, Tobie Puttock, Matt Moran, George Calombaris, and Maggie Beer.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Diversified Exhibitions (2011) Good Food & Wine Post Show Report:
  2. ^ Diversified Exhibitions (2012) Good Food & Wine Show:

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