Where to watch The Great Australian Bake-Off
Time to preheat your ovens! The Great Australian Bake-Off is in full swing with Season 3 and episodes are available to stream on demand.
Judged by culinary icon Maggie Beer and restaurateur and chef Matt Moran, Season 3 of The Great Australian Bake-Off consists of 10 episodes. Overall, the series will feature 30 mouth-watering challenges – including delectable sweets and savouries like crepe cakes, Fraisier cakes, waffles, sausage rolls and biscotti. Follow 12 home baking enthusiasts as they are put through a series of challenges meant to find Australia's Best Amateur Baker.
The last episodes in the season will see contestants using their cunning creativity to cook desserts free from gluten, sugar and dairy. During British Week they will make sponges, Bakewell slices and a good old pudding fit for a Queen. And for the semi-final and grand final, judges will have plenty of surprises in store.
How to stream The Great Australian Bake-Off
Season 3 of The Great Australian Bake-Off premiered back in January and is still going strong, with episodes airing Thursdays on Foxtel’s Lifestyle Channel. The Season 3 finale is scheduled for 22 March, when the top three bakers of the series will fight for the big prize. You can also watch episodes on demand with the Foxtel app, included for free with your subscription.
Alternatively, fans of the baking show can stream episodes with Foxtel Now. You need the Lifestyle Pack, which is $10/month. There are no contracts, so all you need to do is access the Foxtel Now website and create an account. You’ll be watching your favourite bakers within minutes. The Lifestyle pack gives you access to Lifestyle, Lifestyle Home, Lifestyle Food, Arena, TLC, and E! Users can watch these channels live or stream content available on demand. Season 3 episodes of The Great Australian Bake-Off are added weekly, with seasons 1 and 2 available to binge.
Foxtel Now works on computers, mobile devices, PS4, Chromecast/Airplay, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Box. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers keen to give the platform a try.
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