Lifestyle (Australian TV channel)

Lifestyle (formerly known as The LifeStyle Channel) is an Australian television channel. The channel launched on 1 September 1997.[1] The channel has an emphasis on contemporary lifestyle interests. Its programming covers topics including food and wine, home and garden, real estate, shopping, leisure, travel and real life drama. Every Friday, articles, videos, etc., are published with new content and information regarded these topics.[2]

Lifestyle has three subsidiary channels: Lifestyle Food, a channel dedicated to food and cooking, Lifestyle You, which is dedicated to fashion, health, makeover and wellbeing and Lifestyle Home which is dedicated to DIY and garden advice.[3] Lifestyle also broadcasts other programs ranging from food, wine, home design, gardening, leisure, travel, and real life drama[4]

On 1 March 2011 a HD simulcast of Lifestyle launched on Austar and Foxtel on channel 216.[5]

On 19 September 2016, Lifestyle refreshed its look which included a new logo.[6]

Lifestyle logo
Launched1 September 1997
Owned byFoxtel Networks
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
SloganSee What's Possible
Sister channel(s)Foxtel Networks channels
Timeshift serviceLifestyle +2
FoxtelChannel 106 (SD/HD)
Channel 152 (+2)
Channel 1106 (SD)
FoxtelChannel 106 (SD/HD)
Channel 152 (+2)
Channel 1106 (SD)
Optus TVChannel 106
Channel 152 (+2)
LifeStyle Australia logo 2012
Former LifeStyle Channel logo (2010-16)


Current original programming

Former original programming

Acquired programming

See also


  1. ^ Elder, Bruce (8 September 1997). "The Guide: Such Is Lifestyle". Sydney Morning Herald. p. 13. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
  2. ^; Launches Lifestyle Channel. (2008, January 14). University of Toronto Libraries . Retrieved April 9, 2012, from
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  4. ^ “The Lifestyle Channel [106]”, “FOXTEL”
  5. ^ "Lifestyle HD from March 1st: TV Tonight". 'David Knox'. Retrieved 1 March 2011.
  6. ^ Perry, Kevin (19 September 2016). "Fresh Look for Foxtel's Lifestyle Channels revealed today". Decider TV. Retrieved 19 September 2016.

External links

Former logo
The Great Australian Cookbook

The Great Australian Cookbook is an Australian television series based on the similarly named cookbook created by Reg Mombassa in collaboration with Kylie Kwong, Charmaine Solomon, George Calombaris and Maggie Beer. The television series features 22 of Australia's greatest cooks, amongst whom Matt Moran, Maggie Beer, Paul West and Darren Robertson, over 11 episodes.

These cooks, from top restaurateurs to local heroes, invites us into their homes and workplaces as they cook for their loved ones. Additional to the series the Lifestyle Channel has more information on the cooks and the recipes on their website.

Tobie Puttock

Tobie Puttock (born 1974) is an Australian celebrity chef, best known for his association with British chef Jamie Oliver.

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