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The Baking Industry Trade Show

The Baking Industry has long yearned for its very own Bakery Industry Trade Show…

While there are many wonderful trade shows already circuiting Australia there is nothing focused or designed exclusively for the Baking Industry.

Until now….

The first Annual Baking Trade Show was held in Melbourne in 2017. The idea of the Baking Industry Trade Show was to provide an industry specific and valued trade show and network, designed specifically for the Australian Baking Industry, and the issues surrounding our industry.

The 2024 Baking Industry Trade Show will be held in Melbourne, Moonee Valley Racecourse 18th – 20th June 2024.

If you are in the baking industry, then this is your chance to not only talk to key expert exhibitors, but to view our bakery live kitchens, take part in the Baker’s Corner, network at the Cocktail Party and attend the National Excellence in Baking Awards Dinner.

With ample accommodation surrounding the area and the Melbourne CBD just 15-minutes by tram or train away!

Stay tuned for more information as the Annual Baking Industry Trade Show comes closer!

Book your 2024 Baking Industry Trade Show Accommodation here!

Accommodation

Getting to the 2024 Baking Industry Trade Show

PARKING

Complimentary car parking is provided in the Members Car Park (centre car park) the car park can be accessed via both Dean Street (Gate 6) or Wilson Street (Gate 7)

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Train: Craigieburn line from Flinders Street Station & Southern Cross station stops at Moonee Ponds station.

Tram: No.59 Tram from Elizabeth Street arrives directly to Moonee Ponds Junction.

Pedestrian access is via the Tote Park Turnstiles, located on the corner of Alexandra Ave & Feehan Ave, where the Winx statue is located near Gate 2.

DISABLED PARKING

Available in the members car park. Please contact Team BAA to book parking.

RIDESHARE

Drop off & pick up point for all rideshare is the Tote Park Turnstiles located on the corner of Alexandra Ave & Feehan Ave, where the Winx statue is located near gate 2.

Frequenty asked questions.

Complimentary car parking is provided in the Members Car Park (centre car park) the car park can be accessed via both Dean Street (Gate 6) or Wilson Street (Gate 7).

If you would like to become an exhibitor at the Baking Industry Trade Show, please email events@baa.asn.au or call the BAA office on 02 4340 0244.

Nothing! The Baking Industry Trade Show is free to attend! There are plenty of free activities to do while you are at the trade show too – keep an eye on the “Things to do” page to find out more!
The Baking Industry Trade Show is free and open for all of the baking industry and public to attend!

Just pre-register using the “register now” button on the top of the page!

The 2024 Baking Industry Trade Show is being held at Moonee Valley Racecourse, Melbourne.

The Baking Industry Trade Show is constantly growing and changing, and each year we have different attractions, exhibitors, offers and events, as well as all of your favourites coming back, so it is definitely worth the visit again!

Yes! The Baking Industry Trade Show is open to all baking enthusiasts – no matter their age! For faster service on arrival, just pre-register your children when you fill in your registration!

Absolutely! The Baking Industry Trade Show team, organisers and venue are all committed o being a 100% COVID Safe event. This event will be compliant with all state and federal restrictions and COVID Safe rules.

To ensure that we can run this event as a COVID Safe event, we ask all visitors to pre register with plenty of time to spare, so that we can communicate with you and keep you all up to date.

The Baking Industry Trade Show team has completed COVID Safe training and also has a COVID Safe plan in place.

If you have any questions, please contact one of the team who will be happy to help you – 02 4340 0244.

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 End 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 5 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.