The Easter show is known for its wild rides, crazy performances and, more recently, eccentric dishes.
In the past, show-goers had the chance to try brews such as pizza in a cone, fried cake on a stick and a cheeseburger pie.
But this year the offers are even bigger.
While old favorites such as a chip on a stick, cheeseburger pie and fried oreos are still available, both adults and children can enjoy fried lasagna, fried chicken in a cone and a flurrito – rainbow ice wrapped in fairy tales and sprinkled with broken ore and sweet cereals.
The public is spoiled for choice when it comes to finding something to eat this year, with sellers taking creative risks on sweet and savory options
Perhaps this is the wildest offer this year, the flurrito is ice packaged in fairy tales.
The dish gets an extra crunch with a topping of fruit loops and sprinkles.
Fluffy Crunch, a gourmet fairytale company based in Sydney, sells the colorful brews from the Woolworths Fresh Food Dome.
The & # 39; Flurrito & # 39; – Fairy-tale silk with a filling of ice and fruit loops – is expected to be a big hit with viewers
In what can be seen as the ultimate comfort meal on a stick, portions of lasagna are frozen, crumbled and fried to perfection.
The delicious cheesy treat is available at Big Tony & # 39; s at Orana Parade.
Eating on a stick is big business for sellers during the Easter show, with fries, strawberries, bananas and even cake also available.
Lasagna is frozen, crumbled, fried and served on a stick to make fried lasagna
Another combination of crispy and creamy.
The slice is crumbled and baked and is served in a small cardboard box.
Show visitors can then select a sauce, and the cake gets extra sweetness with a deposit of powdered sugar and sauce.
The process is similar to fried cheesecake, with the delicacy served with powdered sugar and a sweet sauce
Fried Chicken in a cone
This dish seems to be a nod to the American main dish of chicken and waffles.
Chic & # 39; Kone serves small pieces of fried chicken in a waffle cone – making it easy to take with you as you make your way through the show.
Each portion is supplied with honey butter or a spicy buffalo butter.
Fried chicken in a cone is a tribute to America's chicken and waffles. Showgoers can enjoy a spicy buffalo or honey butter version
Rainbow Hot Cross Buns
Continuing the trend of keeping things colorful, the team at Mum & # 39; s Buns has developed a rainbow hot cross bun.
With white chocolate chips in the dough instead of raisins, the sandwich is served with ice cream in the middle and, of course, sprinkles.
The sandwich was inspired by unicorns, salesman Tony Ngo told ABC – the last obsession of his nieces.
The rainbow hot cross bun (pictured) uses white chocolate chips for texture instead of raisins
Coffee in a cone
Not a new concept, but still a nice novelty, hot coffee is served in a waffle cone full of chocolate.
The hot drink is made in the same way as any latte, so it's one to drink quickly!
Coffee in a cone has been around for a few years, but judging by the arrangement to get one, the novelty has not yet been worked out.
Here hot coffee is poured into a waffle shape with a chocolate liner, so it's best to drink quickly
For everyone who loves cakes more than cake filling, the donut ring is for you.
This dish is exactly what you would expect.
Meat pie in a thick crust ring, garnished with the sauce of your choice.
For those who prefer the crust to the meat, the Donut Pie (photo) offers a cleaner way to eat the Aussie staples