Course Fees : $79 to $180

Planning to learn Chinese Cooking in Australia?


Here is a table of Chinese Cooking classes in Australia with the duration and cost of the course:


Institute Name


Course Name


Course Fee

Otao Kitchen


Chinese Cooking Master Class

3 hours


Harry's Chinese Cooking


Basic Chinese Cuisine 

9 weeks

AU$30 per lesson

The Golden Restaurant and Cooking School


Authentic Chinese Cooking

4 hours


Sydney Cooking School


Chinese Cooking

2 hours



Top Chinese Cooking Schools in Australia


1. Otao Kitchen, Richmond,Victoria

2. Harry's Chinese Cooking, Brighton-Le-Sands

3. The Golden Restaurant and Cooking School, Newstead 

4. Sydney Cooking School, Sydney


Cost of Chinese Cooking classes in Australia


The average cost price of the course is AU$30 to AU$180


Duration of Chinese Cooking classes in Australia


The average duration of the course is 2-4 hours


Salary of a Chef in Australia


The average salary for a Chef is AU$59195 per year in Australia.

15 course(s) offered by 12 institutes in Australia
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Saucy Wench Gourmet Asian Foods Logo

Vegetarian Chinese Dinner

A Chinese Meal needn't battered meats covered in a syrupy sauce! Let me show you how we can make a delicious Vegetarian Chinese Meal!

Institute by Saucy Wench Gourmet Asian Foods [ Claim Listing ]
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Authentic Chinese Cooking

Chef Katrina Ryan will be teaching you the tricks and tips behind some of the dishes from the Golden Pig Restaurant.

Institute by Golden Pig [ Claim Listing ]
Lori's Sense For Taste Logo


Soups Cooking Classes are offered by Lori's Sense For Taste for all ages and skill levels. Lori’s classes will help you to discover your inner cook by developing your senses of taste for individual ingredients, allowing you to develop your own individual style of cooking.

Institute by Lori's Sense For Taste [ Claim Listing ]

Sydney Cooking Classes By Victors Food Logo


Laksa is a hugely popular dish with many variations. Come with chef Wanitha Tanasingam on a journey to discover the soul food of Nonya (Chinese Malaysian) cuisine.

Institute by Sydney Cooking Classes By Victors Food [ Claim Listing ]
The Essential Ingredient Cooking School Logo

KA-BAO! Bao Making

KA-BAO! Come learn the secrets of making incredible Gua Bao – pillowy soft steamed buns filled with a smorgasbord of deliciousness. From Char Sui BBQ Pork neck to Sweet Prawn Bao, we’ve got the goods.

Institute by The Essential Ingredient Cooking School [ Claim Listing ]
Otao Kitchen Cooking School Logo

Chinese Cooking Master Class

You can spend your afternoon or evening expanding your food knowledge and tasting delicious Chinese cuisine on this exciting foodie experience. You’ll explore our best Chinese menu for home-cooking with our expert chef to guide, so you won’t have to worry about getting lost.

Institute by Otao Kitchen Cooking School [ Claim Listing ]
The Olive Tree Cooking School Logo

Winter Soup

 There is no time like winter for a bowl of hearty soup with crusty bread. We will prepare a classic Minestrone, Thai Pumpkin, Moroccan Chickpea and saffron as well as fresh lavosh.

Institute by The Olive Tree Cooking School [ Claim Listing ]

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Chinese Banquet

Chinese food for me growing up in Dublin was very exotic. I’ll never forget those first experiences of different flavours and falling in love with my first taste of an Asian food.

Institute by Mish's Dishes [ Claim Listing ]
The Cooking Professor Logo

Chinese Dumplings Workshop

Join our experienced chef for this beginners class in Chinese dumplings. Techniques include making and rolling out the dumpling dough, the creation of the signature textured pork and vegetable filling and the shaping into various shapes of Shanghai dumpling.

Institute by The Cooking Professor [ Claim Listing ]
Sticky Rice Cooking School Logo

Yum Cha

Learn how to craft dim sim and other snack-sized portions of pan-fried, deep-fried, and steamed food served in bamboo steamers. Prawn and pork Siu mai ( dim sims) filled with prawn and pork with Shiitake mushrooms, garlic and ginger in a wonton wrapper.

Institute by Sticky Rice Cooking School
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