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Bankstown Bites Join us when the Bankstown Bites Food Festival returns on Saturday 27 July 2019 at Olympic Parade, Bankstown, from 10am-5pm! Yes Bankstown Bites Food Festival Join us when the Bankstown Bites Food Festival returns on Saturday 27 July 2019 at Olympic Parade, Bankstown, from 10am-4pm! 27/07/2019 10:00 AM 27/07/2018 5:00 PM Olympic Parade, Bankstown (between Dale Parade and Marion Street) Cultural Services; Events; What's On
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​​​Saturday 27 July 2019​​


The annual Bankstown Bites Food Festival returns on Saturday 27 July.

The popular event features exciting food from around the world, local food tours and entertainment.

Celebrity Chef - Matt Sinclair

Matt Sinclair will headline this year's event.

Matt Sinclair, who finished runner-up in the eighth season of MasterChef Australia, is set to cook up a storm, when he takes to the main kitchen at the festival on Saturday 27 July.

Since his appearance on MasterChef, Mr Sinclair has gone on to open his own restaurant with three mates, called Sum Yung Guys, has his own Cooking show on Channel 10 called The Cooks Pantry, and was a mentor on the latest season of MasterChef.

While his career has taken him all around the world, the talented chef hails from the neighbouring Sutherland Shire.


Applications for stallholders have now closed.

Event Sponsors

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, please download our Bankstown Bites 2019 Sponsorship Prospectus or email us at

The Art Market

Bankstown Arts Centre shares their annual Open Day with Bankstown Bites. Bankstown Arts Centre is seeking expressions of interest from artists, designers and craftspeople who want to be part of the inaugural Bankstown Arts Centre Art Market

More information about the Bankstown Arts Centre  and how to apply as an artist stallholder available here.

Getting there

Olympic Parade
Bankstown NSW 2200

The festival is walking distance from the major shopping precincts, including Bankstown Centro and Bankstown City Plaza. It is also centrally located in thriving Bankstown, so residents from all around can easily access all of the fun on the day by foot.

The Marion Street carpark is a 5 minute walk from the festival, and features 3 levels of parking (time restrictions may apply). Ample parking is also available in surrounding streets.

Public transport
Bankstown is serviced by trains and buses. Visit the website to plan your trip.


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Photo of plate of stirfry​​


Highlights from the 2018 Bankstown Bites Food Festival