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Chocolate sculptures take centre stage in Melbourne

Chocolate showpieces will be on display at Hyatt Place Melbourne Caribbean Park from Thursday March 28.Le Cordon Bleu Melbourne’s Certificate IV in Patisserie students have been busy in the lead up to Easter, creating stunning chocolate masterpieces as part of their intensive curriculum.

To showcase their creative talents, 14 artworks made entirely of chocolate will be on display at Hyatt Place Melbourne Caribbean Park from today (Wednesday, March 27).

Hotel guests and the general public are invited to explore the exhibition and see first-hand the creativity, skill and dedication of Le Cordon Bleu’s patisserie students.

Not only will guests get to view the works, but help crown the champion of chocolate by voting for their favourite piece of art. The winning student will receive one night’s accommodation at the Hyatt Place Melbourne Caribbean Park as a reward for their hard work.

“It’s not just about presenting a display; it’s about providing a platform for these aspiring chocolatiers to express themselves and to showcase their artistry to our guests,” Hyatt Place Melbourne Caribbean Park’s Emmelyn Khoo said.

“Our collaboration with Le Cordon Bleu is a symbol of our shared commitment to nurturing talent, fostering creativity and shaping the future of hospitality talents.

“Together, we pave the way for a new generation, ensuring that the legacy of this beloved culinary art lives on for years to come.”

Join Hyatt Place Melbourne Caribbean Park and Le Cordon Bleu Melbourne this Easter long weekend and be sure to cast your vote on the most impressive chocolate showpiece. The sculptures will be on display for one week, with the winner being crowned thereafter.

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