Final. Our final bakers face off with their Signature high tea, a difficult Technical Terrine set by Bake Off royalty Maggie Beer, and for their final Showstopper a 3D Illusion Cake.
Chocolate Week. Our bakers must make chocolate creations - stunning decorated chocolate cakes, a combined Technical challenge from the judges, and two different types of mirror glazed cakes.
International Week. The bakers take a trip around the baking world with Turkish pides, a steamed rainbow lapis from Southeast Asia, and super-size the French macaron with a jacked macaron stack.
Citrus Week. Our amateur bakers compete to show us a tangy tropical side to baking for Citrus Week, taking on individual citrus tarts, a gin and tonic roulade and a citrus meringue creation.
Dessert Week. Amateur bakers compete to create three delicious desserts: a family favourite, a beautiful layered opera cake with a twist, and a showstopping fun-filled ice cream cake pop.
Vintage Week. The bakers travel back in time to bake a tasty beef wellington, filled profiteroles, and a classic checkerboard cake.
Winter Week. Our remaining bakers tackle warming winter favourites - baking classic savoury pastries, a carrot and cumin tart, and creating a decorative pie with 3D art.
In Bread Week, our 10 remaining amateur bakers compete to make a sweet loaf, a difficult fougasse bread, and an eye-catching bread centrepiece.
Biscuit Week. Eleven amateur bakers bid to win a biscuit war with their signature fondant biscuits, delicious peanut and choc chip explosive wheels, and a spectacular biscuit game.
Cake Week. Twelve of Australia's best amateur bakers head to the shed to tackle three cake challenges, a signature sponge, cotton cheesecake and a miniature world cake.