Where to buy the Galette des Rois 2022 in Australia?

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You’ve been asking and reading our previous year articles in anticipation so we’re answering you now with where in Australia you can buy the Galette des Rois 2022. Find out where you can buy the Galette des Rois near you.

We’ll give you some more information about the Galette des Rois in a separate article on Sunday when it will be celebrated in France. 

Where to find the Galette des Rois in…




Gold Coast




Sunshine Coast



Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Adelaide


Galette des Rois - Les Deux Coqs AdelaideLes Deux Coqs will have two different galette des rois available from 6 January 2022:  

  • traditional: with the frangipane filling
  • raspberry: with a raspberry and frangipane jam filling

These galettes des rois serve 6-8 people and cost $49.

Pre-orders online are preferred and can be done via their website 

Les Deux Coqs’ Galette des Rois will contain a fève and will come with a crown. 


Galette des Rois - ADELAIDE - Mulot's

Mulot’s makes the Galette des Rois to order all year round!

It is in the traditional frangipane and contains a fève and is available in a variety of sizes ranging from 6 inch for $21 to 11 inch for $52.

Orders can be made with 48 hours notice by telephone on (08) 8272 6499 or in store.


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Brisbane


Galette des Rois 2022 sur BrisbanePétula from Les Galettes de Pétu will be selling her galette des Rois during each weekend of January 2022.


Available in a single size of 24cm, to serve 6 people, the galettes des rois come with a special bag, a fève (given separately, not baked into the galette) and a crown!


Orders can be made via this link until 28 January 2022. Delivery is available for $5 within 10km of Brisbane City.


Le Caprice

We haven’t been able to confirm availability for 2022 but Le Caprice normally makes the Galette des Rois each January.


Galette des Rois MICAMICA Brasserie – Newstead will have the Galette des Rois 2022 available from 6 to 9 January. Their galettes are with the traditional filling are 24cm in diameter and serves 8. They cost $50.

While some will be available in store each day, to ensure you don’t miss out, they recommend that you pre-order your Galette des Rois from Brisbane’s Mica Brasserie via this link

PLEASE NOTE: Their fèves are yet to clear customs, should they not arrive in time, your galette will instead be baked with an embedded gold coin.


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Cairns

Alliance Française de Cairns – 9 January

Join the Alliance Française de Cairns to celebrate the La Galette des Rois with tea and coffee.  Bring some board games and play along. 

Tickets are $10 which include a slice of Galette des Rois, a tea or coffee and a chance to be the king or queen!


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 on the Gold Coast


Aux Fines Bouches - Gold Coast Galette des Rois Aux Fines Bouches will have traditional frangipane Galette des Rois available at their Gold Coast store from 6 to 9 January. They serve 6-8 people and come with the fève crown.


Pre-orders are required. To secure your Galette des Rois, call in store 07 5522 0323, email [email protected] or pm via Instagram and Facebook. 


My French Pastries Galette des Rois 2022My French Pastries is currently taking pre-orders for its traditional frangipane Galette des Rois. They will be available from 6 January until the end of January.

It is available in two sizes:

  • 4-6 serves $45
  • 8-10 serves $55.



Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Hobart


Jean-Pascal Patisserie will be making the Galette des Rois 2022 which will come with a fève and a crown. It will serve 8 people.  You can order your Galette des Rois by telephone on 03-6228 4040


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Melbourne


Galette des Rois 2022 Pierrick BoyerCafé Reverie by Pierrick Boyer is making a Galette des Rois filled with fresh apple compote & almond cream.

It serves 6-8 people and costs $38.

The Fève is a ceramic disc, and a crown is provided.

Order now for pick-up only from 7-26 JAN 2022


Choukette Fine Pastries will be making the traditional Galette des Rois with porcelain fèves. It will be available in 3 different sizes:

  • 4 people 27$
  • 6 people $33
  • 8 people $38

Orders are available any time.


Galette des Rois Frenchilicious Kitchen MelbourneFrenchilicious Kitchen‘s Galette des Rois is available in the traditional almond frangipane filling. It contains a ceramic fève but this can be removed and replaced with an almond or nothing at all. These galette des rois are available in 2 sizes:

  • 4-6 serves for $38; and
  • 8-10 serves for $48

They are only available during a short window from 3 to 7 January with the possibility of a further period from 25 to 31 January.

Orders can be placed via the website (with the requested date for pick up in the comment section). Please allow 3 days notice. Pick up in Carnegie.


Galette des Rois Melbourne

Noisette‘s Galettes Des Rois are back in store from 6th -9th of January. Perfect puff pastry filled with a delicious frangipane almond cream!

Available for pre order now by calling your local store – Port Melbourne 9646 9555 or Bentleigh 9557 7110.


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Perth


Chez Jean-Claude Patisserie will have the three sizes of Galette des Rois from the 12th until the end of January.


Fantaizicake Galette des RoisSarah Valette Cake Artist (previously Fantaizicake) will make the traditional Galette des Rois with French puff pastry. All going well, there should be special “Heart of Amethyst” Fèves 2022 (“Cœur d’Amethiste”).

The Galette des Rois 2022 is available in 2 different sizes:

  • 20cm 6 serves $35
  • 30cm 10-12 serves $50

Only available via pre-order. Collection in Stirling 6021 or Uber delivery can be organised by the customer. Place your order via message to her Facebook page or by text message to 0476 792 043.


French Sweet will be making the Galette des Rois from the first week of January but details are not available at the time of publishing.


Layers Galette des Rois 2022 PerthLayers Bakery will have a a classic almond frangipane galette des rois 2022 served with a French fève and a crown. It will be available in one size of 6-10 servings for $36.


The Galette des Rois 2022 will be available for all of January but only on special order. They ask their customers order at least 3 days in advance. They can place orders at the bakery or via Facebook or Instagram or email: [email protected]


Maison Saint Honoré will very likely be selling the Galette des Rois in 2022 but at the time of publishing no further information is known.


W.H.I.P Patisserie Galette des Rois 2022W.H.I.P Patisserie will be making traditional almond frangipane puff pastry Galette des Rois 2022.

They will be available in 2 sizes: 

  • individual, about 10cm, $8 from their market stall; and
  • a larger size, approx 25cm, $45, only available via pre-order with 2 days’ notice.

As they will be on leave, their Galette des Rois won’t be available until 20 January onwards.

Pre-orders can be made via email [email protected] or via their website:


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 on the Sunshine Coast


La Maison du Patissier

La Maison du Pâtissier Eric and Francoise’s galette des rois will be available from February 2022.

It will be in the traditional frangipane filling, in a 10” size and will cost $52.


Where to find the Galette des Rois 2022 in Sydney


Flo Viennoiserie Galette des Rois SydneyFlo Viennoiserie will be making its Galette des Rois 2022 in 3 different flavours:

  • traditional frangipane;
  • chocolate frangipane; and 
  • the pistachio frangipane with fresh Raspberries.

They serve 6 people and cost 35$. They come with a gold crown and fèves from the new collection of jungle animals.

The Flo Viennoiserie Galette des Rois is available from 5 January only via pre-order. Pick up available from Rosebery only on order and delivery 8km around.


French Cakes Sydney proposes 3 different Galette des Rois 2022:

  • Traditional: puff pastry pie filled with almond cream $42
  • Chocolate: puff pastry pie filled with chocolate $42
  • Sheherazade Galette: combining the traditional puff pastry pie, almond cream, with a Sheherazade twist of rose flavour and lychee $48

All 3 galettes each serve 6-8 people. They can be ordered onlineFrench Cakes Sydney is on leave and will be back on 4 January so you can have your Galette des Rois after then. 


La Renaissance La Renaissance will make the traditional Galette des Rois with puff pastry and frangipane. It will contain a traditional fully baked porcelain figurine fève and will come with a crown.

It is available in two sizes:

  • Small to serve 6: $38
  • Medium to serve 8: $48

Their Galette des Rois 2022 are available from Monday 6th December until mid-January. Pre-orders are strongly recommend as their galettes sell out each year. Pre-order yours via this link 



Le Breton makes its traditional Galette des Rois from 100% Butter pate feuilletée and filled with frangipane almond cream.

They are available in two sizes: Le Breton Galette des Rois Sydney

  • Medium 6 people $38.00; 
  • Large 8-10 peoples $48.00

The fèves are extra special this year, being 24 carats gold!  The Feve & crown are included in the Galette des Rois 2022 prices. 

Orders are already open for Le Breton’s Galette des Rois 2022 and they are available now. Order via  email [email protected], telephone (02) 9969 9654 or via Facebook.


Le Petit Saigon Le Petit Saigon at Rhodes Shopping Centre will have Galette des Rois available in two sizes:

  • medium $46; and
  • large$55

They come with a gold bean as a fève and a crown is provided.

Pre-order your Galete des Rois 2-3 days in advance.


Galette des Rois Madame & YvesMadame & Yves has a traditional frangipane Galette des Rois as well as a Raspberry Almond one. There is also the possibility of a limited number of  Yuzu. It is available in two sizes:

  • 6 serves $36; and
  • 10 serves $46. 

Madame & Yves’s galette des rois 2022 will come with fèves from the eclairs collection. 

Pre-orders can be made in store, by telephone 0279008498 or online


Mimi's Pastry SydneyMimi’s Pastry is making a Galette des Rois in the traditional frangipane to serve 8 people. It’s 24cm and costs $45. It contains a fève and comes with a crown.


Pre-orders can me made via the website – Free delivery only Sat 8th, whole month of january Friday, Saturday and Sunday until feves run out. Pick up from various locations.


Note: it is a limited number as Mimi’s Pastry produces small batches. It may be sold out before the end of January. Order 3 days before are preferable.


Le Marais 2022 SydneyPatisserie Le Marais will have its traditional frangipane Galette des Rois available in two sizes throughout January:

  • individual $6.50
  • 6-8 people $46

The fèves are provided but not inserted into the galette and they come with a crown.

Order 2 days in advance via text or by phone on 0406 027 194.


Tonton Bread is making its Galette des Rois in two flavours:

  • Grand marnier Traditional frangipane 35$
  • Limited edition Coconut and Cherry Black Galette  (activated carbon puff pastry) 40$.

Tonton Bread SydneyThey come with fèves and a crown like in France.


You can order at Tonton Bread’s shop in Surry Hills, or online www.tontonbread.com.au Delivery is available within 5km of the shop. Their Galette des Rois will be available from today December until late January ( note they are closed on the 1, 2 and 3 January).


Victoire Boulangerie is making the traditional frangipane galette. It has the traditional porcelain fève and a cardboard crown.


It is available in the following sizes:

  • Small 2-4 people $15
  • Medium 4-6 people $30
  • Large 6-10 people $50


They make 2 large, 6 medium and 4 small every day that they are open (they’re closed Mondays) through all of January (none in February or only orders). 2 days notice are needed for orders. 


Will you join the Galette des Rois tradition in 2022? Do you know who you will pick as your King or Queen?



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2021 in review: a year of French culture in Australia

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As we prepare to farewell 2021, we thought we’d take a look at the highlights of French culture in Australia this year on Matilda Marseillaise. We’ve had celebrations of French food and wine to art exhibitions, festivals and other events with French themes. We’ve interviewed people across many areas including international touring artists and local French and francophone people. Join us as we look back over 2021.


French culture in Australia: French Food days

Food is an extremely important part of French culture in Australia as much as in France. January was of course the month of the Galette des Rois which is always one of our most popular posts and has become the go-to resource for French and Francophiles in Australia to find out where they can buy this special cake around Australia.


We celebrated Croissant Day with a brief history of the croissant and again letting you know where you can buy croissants from French bakeries in Australia. Then we turned to a sweeter treat for Chocolate Truffle Day. Another day to indulge in all things cacao was World Chocolate Day.


We also wrote about Cheese Lovers’ Day for the first time with a focus on cheese subscriptions and celebrated Mouldy Cheese Day in October. As always, Christmas was celebrated with the Bûche de Noël.

French culture in Australia - food days


French culture in Australia: Drinks Days

You can’t have food without something to drink and we continued our French wine varietal series throughout the year with facts about the varietals and recommendations from French wine importers in Australia. We also celebrated World Bartenders Day with French cocktails.


We looked at French spirits and liqueurs: Chartreuse Day with a look at the history of the green drink and a day celebrating another often-green drink: Absinthe Day. In addition, we discovered strong French links in one of the most popular spirits of the moment: gin. We also celebrated another spirit that you probably don’t associate with France: vodka.


Champagne and sparkling wine gave us moments of celebration throughout 2021 with various festivals: Sparkling Fest, Bubbles Festival, Taste Champagne, Effervescence Tasmania.

French drinks days


French culture in Australia during Festival time

Australia’s borders were still shut due to COVID-19 so festival time didn’t feature any international acts in 2021. 2021 highlights instead were French themed shows or shows from artists with French links at Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival and Sydney Festival. These provided opportunities to enjoy French culture in Australia.


Particularly strong French links were found in performances at Adelaide Fringe including music in different styles, theatre and more. The White Mouse told the story of Australian French Resistance leader, Nancy Wake. Louise Blackwell and the Paris Set took us to Paris for the night.


By the time June came, Adelaide Cabaret Festival was able to bring in a few international acts including Brent Ray Fraser, who paints with a very unique and personal tool. Kim David Smith gave a strong nod to Marlene Dietrich with his show Mostly Marlene also at Adelaide Cabaret Festival.


Auburn in South Australia’s Clare Valley was transformed into a French village and a celebration of French culture in Australia for a weekend at the inaugural Auburn Frenchfest, which will return in 2023.


Le Festival was held over 4 separate events throughout the year, bringing 4 weekends of French joy to Brisbane.

French culture in Australia - festivals


French and francophone culture in Australia: National Days

We celebrated (even if virtually for some) the national days of a number of Francophone countries: Canada Day, Bastille Day, Belgian National Day and Swiss National Day as well as Alsace Fan Day.


French culture in Australia via exhibitions

Fortunately, COVID-19 didn’t stop international works of art coming to Australia. Exhibition highlights included a number of exciting exhibitions with French links including: French Impressionism: From the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Camille Henrot: is Today Tomorrow, and She-oak and sunlight: Australian impressionism.


Most recently the NGV opened the Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto exhibition and the Art Gallery of New South Wales opened its Matisse: Life and Spirit.


An international exhibition of a different scale and type, Van Gogh Alive also toured in 2021 and continues to tour Australia. Our Hearts are Still Open, a photographic exhibition and book were recently unveiled in Sydney and we chatted to Australian-born photojournalist Tony Maniaty about them.

French culture in Australia / la culture française en Australie


French and francophone film

The Alliance Française French Film Festival returned to the big screen in March and April 2021. Highlights for us included Bye Bye MoronsMiss among those that we reviewed. Countless others were also enjoyed. Because of COVID-19 lockdowns throughout Europe for much of 2020, Australian audiences were the first to see a number of films shown at the AFFFF 2021 including Eiffel and Delicious. We interviewed incoming Artistic Director of the festival, Karine Mauris.


One of our most read film reviews this year was for a film which is now on SBS on Demand: Roxane. With most of the Eastern states in lockdown over several months of the year, our articles about previous festival films available on streaming services were also well-read.


French and francophone films also featured at the Jewish International Film Festival and at the Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Film Festivals.


French culture in Australia via music

We interviewed Sydney music duo Goldfynch on the occasion of their release of the beautiful escapist song “Ballooning over Paris” something we all longed to do with Australia’s closed borders. Baby et Lulu’s much anticipated Album Trois was finally released and we chatted to Lara Goodridge.  Pauline Maudy of MZAZA toured her show “Take me to Paris” around Queensland.


Sticking with the musical theme, we also interviewed Elena Gabouri ahead of her performances in Opera Australia’s Aida in Sydney and in Melbourne. Nicolas Fleury, French horn player from Melbourne Symphony Orchestra chatted with us. On the theme of opera and classical music, Pinchgut Opera presented Platée for the very first time on Australian stages.


Our favourite French festival So Frenchy So Chic announced a return to Melbourne and Sydney in February 2022.

French culture in Australia/ la culture française en Australie


French culture in Australia via theatre

2021 saw the return of French theatre to Australian stages. Brisbane French Theatre presented its original play Us and Them. Perth French Theatre invited you to the circle of illusionists and after many false starts, Melbourne French Theatre was able to present its new show, The Candidate.


French culture in Australia in sport

The French Rugby team Les Bleus played 3 test matches against Australia’s Wallabies in Sydney and in Brisbane. We told you where you could watch them around Australia.


Other French happenings

Adelaide’s Les Deux Coqs in conjunction with Holdfast Bay City council started Rendezvous Market, a European Market with foods and crafts from many European countries being represented.


Glasshouse Fragrances’ launched a French inspired collection just in time for Bastille Day with delicious scents of Montmartre Macaron and Sacred Heart.


We made sure you knew your French (and Belgian) dogs from the imposters for International Dog Day in August.


In November, Sacreblue, the Embassy of France in Australia’s brand new website dedicated to French culture in English was launched and we were finally able to announce our partnership with them.

French culture in Australia/ la culture française en Australie



We interviewed cabaret singer Caroline Nin and director Craig Ilott about L’Hôtel, an immersive theatrical world of French intrigue which made its worldwide debut at Adelaide Cabaret Festival in June.


We interviewed a man who is perhaps Australia’s most famous French television chef, Gabriel Gaté for International Chefs Day.


One of the first international productions to visit Australia since COVID-19 struck and closed our borders in March 2020 was The Little Prince, direct from Marseille to the Sydney Opera House. We interviewed Chris Mouron who adapted the book for stage, Ebony Bott of the SOH about the logistics of bringing an international team to Australia, and staging a large show during COVID-19 times. The Little Prince is making a return to Sydney for a limited season of shows in early January – read our interview with Lionel Zalachas and Laurisse Sulty


We chatted to Michael Boyd, illusionist and also show director of Cabaret de Paris which started its Australian tour with new lead, Rhonda Burchmore.


We spoke to Australian author Pip Drysdale about her thrilling novel The Paris Affair.


Most recently, we chatted with Priscilla Doueihy ahead of her performances at Sydney Festival 2022 show 44 Sex Acts in One Week; Erin Helyard about piano and French composers ahead of Adelaide Festival 2022 shows Four Hands at the Érard and Evolution of the Piano.


French businesses in Australia

We published interviews with founders of French businesses promoting French culture in Australia including:


French culture in Australia/ la culture française en Australie

We supported local French businesses by getting them to contribute their recommendations for Christmas gifts for francophiles. When many of the Australian states went back into lockdown, we let you know where you could purchase French take-away food.


Sofitel Adelaide, its French restaurant Garçon Bleu, and street level champagne bar Déjà Vu, were long awaited additions to Adelaide’s 5-star hotel and dining scene.


The French Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry held events both virtual and in person, where permitted, throughout the year including the French ANZ Business Days 2021 business forum which covered a number of interesting and pertinent topics.


It’s been a busy year! What have your highlights been? Is there anything you’d like to see on Matilda Marseillaise in 2022?