There was something coming in the distance, but what could it be?
Lucy looks flabbergasted by the dish put in front of her.
Peter Kuravita looks like he's telling a few fishy stories to the Junior MasterChefs.
Not a fishing line in sight. Just a lot of smiling faces enjoying the sunshine.
Cassidy introduces us to her new friend - Nipper. Or is that, Nippy?
Remember Cassidy - don't chew!
While Cassidy still struggles, Isabella's oyster goes down the hatch.
Both Cassidy and Isabella look as if they've still got oysters in their mouths. Bin anyone?
But Isabella and Jack are too busy cooking wonderful meals to enjoy the Harbour views.
Four Junior MasterChefs are cooking on one bench. Talk about amazing!
Matt Preston arrives to give Sofia a lesson in restaurant table setting.
Matt then gives Siena a napkin folding lesson.
Sofia brings around the bread rolls. What excellent service.
Siena's on top of the game by refilling the patrons' glasses with cold water.
George takes a close look at his bowl and causes Matt to check his bowl too.
George looks at disbelief at Anna while Matt's still looking at George's bowl.
The challenge is over so Jack gives Lucy a big hug.
Peter Kuravita gives his Junior MasterChef helpers a handshake.
Nick, Isabella, Pierre, Jack, Lucy and Cassidy congratulate each other for a job well done.
Jack, Isabella, Nick, Cassidy, Lucy and Pierre have gorgeous smiles for the camera.
Jack celebrates making it into the Top 4.
Siena and Sofia congratulate Jack for getting into the Top 4.
Isabella - it's you! You're the final Top 4 member. Congratulations.
Jack and Sofia reassure and congratulate Isabella at the same time.
Cassidy and Siena have a hug after a busy day.
It's Junior MasterChef's Top 4: Sofia, Isabella, Jack and Siena.
Nick, Lucy, Cassidy and Pierre proudly show off their Junior MasterChef trophies.