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Steer the Herd Charity Dinner
 3 Feb, 2018 - 3 Feb, 2018
 Sat 6:00pm - Sat 11:00pm
 Seppeltsfield Road
  Seppeltsfield, SA

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Craving country hospitality?

Why not come and enjoy an amazing night of fun with mates and help raise funds for a research study into the experiences of organ transplant recipients who live in rural Australia.

This 'world first' study, conducted by the University of South Australia aims to identify the issues associated with being a rural-based recipient of an organ transplant, and determine how existing support services could be better orientated and new services could be delivered to assist patients coping with these issues.

There will be so much on offer...join us in the historic Vintage Cellar at Seppeltsfield Wines as Barossan local, award-winning chef Owen Andrews and his team will fill your need for good grub, Seppeltsfield Wines and other generous winemakers will fill your glass with a decent drop and guest speakers will inspire you as we throw a bush shindig like no other..... Stock men included!

A silent auction, live entertainment and horse and cart rides for the big kids at heart...what are you waiting for? 

Get a mob of mates for a table of ten and join us to Steer the Herd towards SYDNEY!

Please book your tickets by the 27th of January 2018

Dress code: Formal with a crack of country!



What about the kids?

Due to the content that will be discussed by our guest speakers on the night, the organisers feel it would be inappropraite for children to attend. Young adults are welcome to attend by purchasing an adult ticket, however please be advised that some may find the subject matter and personal stories upsetting. 

If you wish to discuss this futher please contact Megan McLoughlin:


What does my ticket price include?

Ticket price includes pre-dinner drinks and canapés, 2 complementary bottles of wine per table, 2 drink vouchers per person and enough tucker to leave you full as a goog. Plus all the warm fuzzies you get when you know you are contributing to a great cause. 

Additional beverages can be purchased from the bar. 

The venue has a strict NO BYO Alcohol policy.


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

If you would like more information regarding local transport options please get in contact with one of the organisers of the event and they will get back to you ASAP.

There is plenty of free on-site parking; signs will be posted on the night. 


How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

If you have any questions or are keen to help us out on the night by donating a service, your time or an auction item please contact Megan McLoughlin:

For enquirers regarding bookings, transport, event logistics, venue information please contact Jenna Jeffries:


What's the refund policy?

Unfortunately due to the costs of putting on the event we are unable to refund any ticket purchases if you are unable to attend. 

If the event needs to be cancelled for any reason a full refund will be issued. 


 Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, please bring your printed ticket along to the event. 

Can I update my registration information?

You can update the information on your order (like name, email address, or answers to our questions) by following the steps in the link below:

Alternatively you can send a message to us by clicking "Contact" at the bottom of the event listing. 

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 Herd of Hopeorganiser

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A group of passionate individuals united by their individual organ donation stories who work tirelessly towards bringing the 'Herd of Hope', which compises of 50 head of cattle, to an iconic location in Sydney, marking the importance of organ and/or tissue donation. Donor families, transplant recipients, medical staff and anyone who is involved in organ and tissue donation is welcome to 'join the herd' and cross the bridge after the cattle in support of raising awareness of organ and tissue donation in Australia. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter or visit to learn more.

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