National food bloggers conference, Eat Drink Blog, is looking for a new venue for their 2014 event.

The Eat Drink Blog is an organisation created to bring Australian food and drink bloggers together and Brisbane is about to take a big bite.For the first time ever, Brisbane will become a part of the annual Eat Drink Blog conference, after our fair city won the right to host the 2014 event last year.

The conference will be held in the city from 20 September to 21 September, however due to recent unfortunate events, the group is without a venue to hold the 60+ blogger guests scheduled to attend the conference.

A few special speakers attending the conference have already been announced, with Singaporean blogger Nathaniel Ho from Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow, Christina Soong of The Hungry Australian, Damien Condon and Managing Director of Brisbane based communications and PR company Lucid Media amongst the extensive list of guest speakers on hand for the event.

Eat Drink Blog conference will be held on the same weekend as the Beer InCider Festival in Albion.

At the festival there will be more than 100 different beers and ciders showcased, live music and food, and the conference will run a beer blogging workshop for those bloggers looking to dip their fingers in beer and cider blogging.

For more info on the Festival, visit their Facebook page

If option one doesn’t suit your tastes, Eat Drink Blog is also running a a second workshop for attendees who would prefer to learn from Lyndel Miller, a Brisbane food stylist,  at the Wandering Cooks.

Lyndel’s workshop will run through a typical food styling setup, followed by a discussion of the do’s and don’t’s of food styling using examples.

Take a look at some of her food-creations here.

But for all this to happen Eat Drink Blog needs a place where all the foodies can gather.

EDB14 Queensland Chair, Aga Kozmic says the all-volunteer committee had done well to put together such a strong program for 2014.

“Every other Eat Drink Blog conference has enjoyed support from their state’s peak tourism body. Unfortunately, we’ve not had that benefit, which means we’ve had to work twice as hard as the other states to build our program.”

If you can give the Eat Drink Blog conference a home, send an email through to