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As well as Vogue Entertaining & Travel Restaurant Showcase held in association with LG, a major highlight will include the delicious.Celebrity Theatre with added Zoom-Zoom from Mazda featuring the crème de la crème of chefs - Australia's own international TV chef Curtis Stone (presenting his new DVD Surfing the Menu 2), Today Show's Luke Mangan of Salt and Bistro Lulu, Lifestyle Channel chef Bill Granger of bills; Matt Moran, owner of Sydney celebrity restaurant, Aria; and Donna Hay, recognised as Australia's leading creator of cookbooks.
Among the highlights have been formal balls, fancy dress parties, the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb, wine tasting in the Hunter Valley and Mudgee.
Canoe/camping trips along the Upper Murray River, a lunch cruise on the Bounty, skiing holidays in the Snowy Mountains, theatre trips, classical concerts.
Visits to the open air cinema at the Royal Botanic Gardens, ice skating, house parties, roller blading/cycling in Centennial Park, trips to Tasmania, Coffs Harbour, Barrington Tops and the Blue Mountains. Various scenic walks, and too many trips to bars, restaurants and nightclubs to mention!
It seems Australians can't get enough of these shows staged by leading exhibition organiser, Australian Exhibition Services.
The Sydney event is expected to attract more than 30,000 visitors, the Melbourne Good Food & Wine Show, taking place from June 17 to 19, should attract similar numbers, and Brisbane will be holding its inaugural show from November 4 to 6, 2005.
The programs, aired on Lifestyle FOOD, Foxtel and Austar coincide with the release by Random House of his latest cookbook, Eat This Book.