Lyndey Milan

Location: Sydney, NSW


Phone: +61408201568

Available as: Speaker

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Lyndey Milan OAM, a familiar face on TV & in print, has been instrumental in changing the way Australians think about food & wine for over 30 years via her own 9 best-selling cookbooks, 8 international food & travel TV series & influence as former Food Director of the iconic Australian Women’s Weekly. She is an award-winning multi-media presenter, accomplished MC and speaker, food & wine teacher, consultant, debater, judge & regional Australian specialist who makes numerous TV & culinary appearances. She was a founding member of the prestigous Tourism Australia Food & Wine Advisory Panel and board member of Women in Hospitality. As a Councillor of the Royal Agricultural Soceity of NSW (RAS), she initiated competitions for Australian produce in 1998.

She is also an international tour host & enrichment speaker, Food Editor of, key contributor to Selector magazine, writes occasionally for delicious magazine & Both Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Australia TV series & cookbook won Best In the World in the Gourmand Awards, an accolade for the producers of Australia.

All this gives her rich content for speeches, or she can create new content to brief. Just ask. She has given key note addresses to the likes of the South Coast Industry dinner and Healthivate Seminar, motivational culinary tourism presentations to numerous regional groups including Kempsey and Coffs Harbour, appears at local food and wine festivals of all sizes, MCs wine show dinners and speaks in London at Australia House and on Australian tourism.


Lyndey Milan OAM has been speaking to audiences small and large for over 30 years around Australia. Keynote speeches and on diverse topics at venues such as the National Library and Parliament House in Canberra, to Masterclasses in Melbourne and Brisbane, debating, at Tasting Australia, on the India-Pacific train and importantly to regional food groups and at regional festivals.

Speaking topics include

  • Culinary tourism
  • Regionalism
  • Food and wine in tourism
  • Cooking – from domestic science to popular culture
  • Australia – from a global and national perspective
  • Tour leading