Who will receive winner’s crown?

MORE than 300 finalists across 32 categories are vying to be crowned ‘winner’, with judging now well underway in the 2024 Canterbury Bankstown Local Business Awards.


St Johns Carpet Cleaning owner Peter Sfeir has been in business for 24 years and said it was a nice surprise to be named a finalist and in the running for the coveted award in the Service & Trade category.
“I suppose it means I’ve got a lot of happy customers and it’s so nice to receive this recognition,” he said.


First time award nominee, KD Brows & Beauty owner Kirstie Dickin said she was thrilled to be a finalist in the Beauty Services – Brows & Lashes category.
“I’m still in shock, I can’t believe it and absolutely stoked that the first year someone nominated me, I’m already up there,” she said.
“Even if I don’t win, it doesn’t matter, I’m just happy to be a finalist and want to thank all my loyal customers who have supported me and my Padstow Heights business for the past five years.”
With tickets almost sold out to the Canterbury Bankstown Local Business Award presentation dinner on Tuesday, June 4, at The Highline Venue, finalists have less than a week to wait to find out who has won the prestigious Local Business Award in their category.
Precedent Productions Managing Director and Awards founder Steve Loe said being a finalist provided a huge psychological and practical boost for the hardworking goods and services providers of the Canterbury Bankstown.
“So, we are particularly grateful to this year’s sponsors, without whose support the Canterbury Bankstown Local Business Awards would not be possible,” he said.
This year’s major sponsors are presenting partner Commonwealth Bank, major sponsors Canterbury Bankstown Council, NOVA Employment, The Highline Venue and Bankstown Central, and support sponsors White Key Marketing and Campsie Centre.
For more info or to book for the presentation dinner, call 8363 3333 or visit