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World Egg Day 2018

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World Egg Day 2018

World Egg Day 2018

This is our 2018 World Egg Day campaign, to find out the latest information on World Egg Day head over here.

World Egg Day is held each year on the second Friday in October, celebrating the vital role eggs play in healthy diets around the world.

Known as nature's multivitamin, eggs are full of nutrients and high-quality protein. They're also affordable for families, making them a healthy choice that won't break the bank. In fact, eggs are so versatile that nearly 17 million eggs are eaten every day in Australia – that's over 6 billion eggs a year.


To celebrate World Egg Day in 2018, Australian Eggs put the call out for people to nominate their favourite eggs dishes as part of the inaugural Eggsellence Awards.

Customers were asked to head to their local restaurant or café, take a snap of their favourite egg dish and share on Instagram or through the 2018 Australian Eggsellence Awards website.  

Five dishes out of the hundreds of entries received were selected as finalists. The top five chefs were then put to the test, in front of our panel of celebrity chefs, to determine the winner of the Eggsellence Award. 


Five finalists were chosen out the hundreds of entries sent through. These finalists were:

1. The Blue Swimmer - Lauren Brown 

2. Industry Beans - James Sanders

3. Caffiend - Laura Day

4. Morning After - Jordan Latour

5. The Dining & Co - Justin Park

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2018 Eggsellence Awards finalists (L to R) Justin Park, Jordan Latour, Laura Day, Lauren Brown, and James Sanders

The five chefs all went head to head in a cooking competition at Sydney's Bondi Beach on the morning of October 12, 2018.

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Celebrity judges (L to R) national restaurant critic and writer Anthony Huckstep, journalist Elizabeth Meryment, and celebrity chef and Australian Eggs ambassador Manu Feildel

The five chefs all went head to head in a cooking competition at Sydney's Bondi Beach on the morning of October 12, 2018.


Lauren Brown from The Blue Swimmer at Gerroa was crowned the winner of the 2018 Eggsellence Awards with her Baghdad Eggs dish wowing the judges.

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2018 Eggsellence Awards Winner Lauren Brown from The Big Swimmer

Baghdad Eggs Blue Swimmer winnerLauren's winning dish - Baghdad Eggs 

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The chefs hard at work to impress the judges

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Chef Jordan Latour wows families with his culinary skills  

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The judges taste testing one of the dishes served up at Bondi Beach

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Crowds gathered to get a glimpse of all the finalists in action

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2018 Eggsellence Awards winner Lauren Brown with judges Manu Feildel, Anthony Huckstep, and Elizabeth Meryment





Want to see what an egg farm looks like? Take this interactive 360 degree tour to see how eggs are produced in Australia.

Free range farm with two people