Presenting this year's Top 20 Contestants.
Zac beetroot leaf and ricotta gnocchi left master Alessandro Pavoni amazed.
The taste of Hannah's chicken and leek ravioli was equalled only be the exquisite presentation.
The flavour explosion of Aya's black sesame tagliatelle simply demanded a Top 20 apron.
The level of compelxity in Jack's strawberry hazelnut gateau marked him as a real title contender.
The beautiful combination of raspberry and coconut in Madi's cake understandably wowed the Prime Minister and judges.
Chocololics were given plenty to celebrate in Lily's rich apron-winning cake.
Gracie's sand cake with crème anglaise would be right at home in any top bakery.
Marcus' fish and chips were outdone only be his tartare sauce.
Miraede's squid dish was enough to leave Matt Moran craving more.
Alysha's Mexican style hotdogs proved a runaway hit with the judges.
Jade's 'posh fish and chips' left its tasters in no doubt that she deserved a Top 20 apron.
Dee's parfait was a triumph of taste and texture, sending him through to the Top 20.
One of the prettiest dishes of the night, Indigo's Kulfi left Anna amazed.
He may have gotten off to a rocky start, but Chandler came up trumps with his vanilla bean ice-cream sandwich.
Caroline's cookie dough ice-cream was a decadent treat that fully warranted a Top 20 apron reward.
Making mouths water with his duck dish, Tom's ready to show Australia what he's made of.
Blowing away the judges and Kylie Kwong with his polenta burgers, Steven thoroughly deserves his Top 20 place.
Adriano Zumbo knew Kieren's 'Heart of Cream' was something special, and the judges agreed.
The combination of flavours in Harry's winning paella made him an obvious Top 20 candidate.
With her perfectly cooked beef dish Greta made it impossible for the judges to deny her a Top 20 spot.
For the cream of this year's Junior MasterChef crop, the sky's the limit.