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Free From + Allergy Show 2 mins read

For the first time ever, the Free From + Allergy Show – a newly combined event dedicated to living a healthy lifestyle and to managing allergies, intolerances, and special dietary needs – is coming to Sydney. Taking place at the International Convention Centre Sydney on Saturday 21, and Sunday 22, October, the Show promises to be an invaluable resource for individuals seeking to better manage allergies, food intolerances and dietary restrictions or preferences.


Chief Executive Officer, Marie Kinsella says, “Following a successful launch in Melbourne in 2019, we are delighted to be debuting Free From and Allergy Show in Sydney this spring. In another exciting first, we are combining both event components, ‘Free From’ and ‘Allergy’, bringing together like-minded enthusiasts and offering guidance and support for those with shared experiences, seeking better lifestyle solutions, all in one convenient location.”


The Free From + Allergy Show will showcase an impressive lineup of industry-leading experts and exhibitors under one roof to share the latest advancements, products, and insights in the field. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore a vast array of exhibitors showcasing the latest products, services, and innovations in the allergy and intolerance space. From specialty food vendors to beauty and lifestyle brands, the exhibition floor will be a treasure trove of information and resources for those interested in improving their quality of life. Whether attendees are living with food allergies or simply want to explore alternative dietary options, this event is the perfect platform to learn, discover, try and connect.


From vegan to FODMAP, coeliac and dairy free, attendees will be spoiled for choice with the breadth of categories explored at the Sydney event. The program will also feature a Learning Theatre, hosting daily educational seminars with an extensive speaker program including renowned experts and industry leaders. Through engaging presentations, panel discussions, tastings, and interactive workshops, visitors will have the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge, insights and inspiration on a range of topics, including:


  • Practically navigating allergies and intolerances, by Alexx Stuart, Founder of Low Tox Life
  • Approach to creating an allergy-free home, Aline Duerr, Founder of Vegan Interior Design
  • Looking after your gut on a Low FODMAP diet, Joanna Baker, Accredited Dietitian
  • Dining out with coeliac disease, Olivia Jackson, Publisher Yum Gluten Free


The full Learning Theatre schedule and additional details can be found on the official website.

Free From + Allergy Show is a must-attend event for anyone interested in leading a healthy lifestyle while managing allergies and intolerances. It offers access to a supportive community, expert advice, and cutting-edge products, making it an immersive discovery hub for individuals, families, and healthcare professionals alike.


Tickets for Free From + Allergy Show Sydney are now on sale via



EVENT LOCATION: International Convention Centre, Sydney NSW

DATES & TIMES: Saturday 21 October, 10am until 5pm + Sunday 22 October, 10am until 4pm

Contact details:

Lucy Roff 

0403 125 314

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