2020 Australia’s Best Pie & Pastie Competition – OPEN TO ENTER!

Now that we have officially hit 2020, we are pleased to announce that the entries for the 2020 Australia’s Best Pie & Pastie Competition are now open! This year’s competition will be hosted by the 2020 Baking Industry Trade Show, 26th – 28th May 2020 at Moonee Valley Racecourse, Moonee Ponds, Melbourne. All of your favourite classes are back for the competition, and as always we have 3 options for delivery – hand delivery, Australia Post or courier service.
The team of judges will be ready and waiting to find this year’s Australia’s Best Pie and Australia’s Best Pastie, as well as enjoy some of the innovative and creative products that we see in our competition year in and year out!
Our judging will be open for viewing on all 3 days of the competition, live and free at the Baking Industry Trade Show. All entries will receive feedback and their scores from the competition, allowing you to see what the industry experts praise about your product, and where you could make some changes.
Entries are: $35.00 per entry for members and $45.00 per entry for non-members. Don’t forget to submit your entry form prior to the 21st May to get these prices! Entries that are submitted after the 21st May will attract a $5.00 administration fee per entry.
Download  2020 Australia’s Best Pastie Entry Form or 2020 Australia’s Best Pie Entry Form

For more information head to the Australia’s Best Pie & Pastie Competition website!

Stewart Latter

Jason Mizzen

Shaun 'Pyney' Pyne

Shaun Pyne ran a successful finance business for more than 20 years before selling up and hitting the road to realise his life’s ambition of visiting every pie vendor and bakery in Australia, bar none.

Carolyn Cameron

Carolyn Cameron is Sector Action Plan Lead for Stop Food Waste Australia. She has over 40 years’ experience in environmental and strategic planning, working with the mining industry, universities, state and national governments. After leaving the role of Senior Executive with the national Department of Environment in 2015, she has been a strategic consultant on complex environmental management projects, including for the past 4 years focussing on working with industry and governments to reduce food waste.

Tony Smith

Anton Duc

Anton was called to the bar in April 2015. He has a broad practice with a particular focus in employment and family law. Since being called to the bar, Anton has represented a wide variety of clients from corporations and individuals and not for profits. He is the BAA workplace and IR relations barrister.