Equine & Dine on the balcony!

Melbourne Cup

Equine & Dine on the Balcony!

Mingle on the balcony, soak up the sunshine and cheer on the race that stops the nation at beef+beach Lennox Head for their 18th Melbourne Cup Annual Charity Luncheon.

Sip on a complimentary glass of champagne or beer on arrival and enjoy a delicious three-course luncheon on the exclusive balcony by the ocean. Chef Lachlan Smith has put together a selection of dishes that will tantalise the tastebuds including dishes from their new menu. With entertainment by Tina Appleby throughout the afternoon.

Highlights on the day include fashion parades by the local La Chelle boutique and, Wallace and Co, and prizes for best dressed judged by Kevin Somers, Charity Sweeps with all proceeds going to the Biala Support Services Inc and people with a disability.

11:30pm Tuesday November 7. Tickets $90 for three course luncheon.

To book, contact the host Tracey Everingham-Armstong on 66 876 088.

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Melbourne Cup Luncheon 2016

Melbourne Cup Luncheon 2016

Celebrate the 17th Annual Melbourne Cup luncheon for charity on Tuesday November 1 from 11:30am. Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne or beer on arrival with a delicious three-course luncheon. Chef Dan has put together a selection of dishes that will tantalise the tastebuds including dishes from their new menu. Highlights on the day include fashion parades by the local La Chelle boutique and, Wallace and Co. As well as as sweeps for the race that stops the nation. All proceeds going to the Biala Support Services Inc and people with a disability. Bookings are essential, contact the host Tracey Everingham-Armstong on 66 876 088 to secure your spot.

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