Golden Gaytime
( 10 Products )
Golden Gaytime ICE CREAM GOLDEN 105 ML
		
		
		
			
Golden Gaytime ICE CREAM GOLDEN 400 ML
		
		
		
			
It's difficult to have a Gaytime on your own, so share the celebration with friends and family! Let us introduce you to Australia's party host for Streets Ice Cream's 100th Birthday Celebration - Golden Gaytime Birthday Cake! Enjoy birthday cake flavoured ice cream, dipped in delicious chocolate and covered in the first ever multi colour crumb with pink, blue, and yellow vanilla biscuit crumbs. That's what we call a celebration! Between World War 1 and World War 2, Edwin (‘Ted’) Street, with the help of his wife and brother, laid the foundations (in Corrimal, NSW) for what would ultimately become Australia’s biggest and best-known ice cream manufacturer. Streets ice cream was originally made in the back shed by Ted Street. He would then sell these to neighbours along with sweets, cakes and lemonade. Popularity grew, and he soon used a cart, then a one horsepower motorbike to sell Streets ice cream. It continued to grow and today Streets ice cream is sold throughout Australia and New Zealand with well-known brands such as Magnum, Paddle Pop, Cornetto, Gaytime, Calippo and Blue Ribbon. Gaytime was first made in 1959, although it wasn’t until 1970 that the Golden Gaytime was released, becoming an Aussie icon in the process!
		
		
		
			
Australia’s favourite dessert, Golden Gaytime, has released a brand-new collaboration: OAK Chocolate! Embracing the renowned flavour of OAK Chocolate, an iconic flavoured milk beloved by Australians, this is a delightful development for the chocoholics of Australia. Taking a twist on the original, the indulgent treat has an OAK-inspired ice-cream center, dipped in a mouth-watering layer of chocolate, and is smothered in Golden Gaytime’s famous delicious biscuit pieces with a choccy twist. With an evolving range of flavours, Streets invites long-term and would-be fans to try the brand-new member of the Gaytime family.
		
		
		
			
Introducing a new plant-based version of the iconic original Golden Gaytime. This delicious plant based frozen dessert still has the iconic biscuit coating with a toffee-flavoured creamy centre. An Aussie icon, get your hands on a Gaytime Plant Based now. Between World War 1 and World War 2, Edwin (‘Ted’) Street, with the help of his wife and brother, laid the foundations (in Corrimal, NSW) for what would ultimately become Australia’s biggest and best-known ice-cream manufacturer. Streets ice cream was originally made in the back shed by Ted Street. He would then sell these to neighbours along with sweets, cakes and lemonade. Popularity grew and he soon used a cart, then a one horse power motorbike to sell Streets ice cream. It continued to grow and today Streets ice cream is sold throughout Australia and New Zealand with well known brands such as Magnum, Paddle Pop, Cornetto, Gaytime, Calippo and Blue Ribbon. Gaytime was first made in 1959, although it wasn’t until 1970 that the Golden Gaytime was released, becoming an Aussie icon in the process!
		
		
		
			
Australia's favourite impulse ice cream for over 20 years is introducing the NEW GOLDEN GAYTIME VANILLA MALT SHAKE! A creamy vanilla malt centre with classic Gaytime Crumbs! This is a classic Aussie treat with a crumby twist. Streets invites long-term and would-be fans to try the brand-new member of the Gaytime family. After all, it’s hard to have a Gaytime on your own, grab yours today. Between World War 1 and World War 2, Edwin (‘Ted’) Street, with the help of his wife and brother, laid the foundations (in Corrimal, NSW) for what would ultimately become Australia’s biggest and best-known ice cream manufacturer. Streets ice cream was originally made in the back shed by Ted Street. He would then sell these to neighbours along with sweets, cakes and lemonade. Popularity grew, and he soon used a cart, then a one horsepower motorbike, to sell Streets ice cream. It continued to grow and today Streets ice cream is sold throughout Australia and New Zealand with well-known brands such as Magnum, Paddle Pop, Cornetto, Gaytime, Calippo and Blue Ribbon. Gaytime was first made in 1959, although it wasn’t until 1970 that the Golden Gaytime was released, becoming an Aussie icon in the process.