Good Food & Wine Show returns to Perth 

A calendar highlight for food enthusiasts nationwide, the Good Food & Wine Show is also the ultimate place for celeb spotting. Revealing the stellar line-up of celebrity chefs set to grace the Harvey Norman Kitchen, the 2024 Perth Good Food & Wine Show will be a hotbed of famous foodie activity with much-loved chefs demonstrating their favourite recipes and sharing their cooking tips and tricks. 

Appearing at the Perth event are show favourites and famous faces Miguel Maestre and Kirsten Tibballs. A raft of other TV and Insta-Chefs will also be at the show, including MasterChef alumni Emelia Jackson, social media sensation Nat’s What I Reckon and Ready Steady Cook regular Alastair McLeod. 

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

  • 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 top chefs across the state.
  • The RIEDEL Drinks Lab, where attendees can 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.
  • VIP lounge where VIP ticket holders will enjoy a premium menu with a choice of three substantial meals and up to five wines or beers.

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 enables those keen on tasting the tipples on offer to 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 more than 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 will have the chance to sample the produce, meet the makers and connect with local producers. 

The show runs in Perth from July 19 – 21 and tickets are on sale for Perth from as little as $39 for general admission. Tickets