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Melbourne Cup Luncheon

Melbourne Cup Luncheon - Has Ended

 3 Nov, 2020 - 3 Nov, 2020
 Tue 10:30am - Tue 3:00pm
 Fraser Avenue - Kings Park
  West Perth, WA
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Join us for Perth's largest Melbourne Cup fundraising event.

Held in the tranquil surrounds of King’s Park have fun with your friends, family and work colleagues and enjoy a delicious three-course sit-down lunch with free-flowing bubbles whilst taking in the stunning views of Perth city and the beautiful Swan River.

Save 10% on early bird tickets. Get in quick as the offer ends Friday 9 October.

The 17th Annual Melbourne Cup will be a day of fun, fashion, silent auction, raffles and prizes.

Event details:

  • 10.30 am arrival for an 11 am start
  • State Reception Centre, Fraser’s Kings Park
  • Delicious three-course meal
  • Free-flowing bubbles, wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the day
  • Entertainment by Famous Sharron
  • Big screens to watch the race
  • Games, prizes and a silent auction

Every dollar raised goes to funding research projects that improve the health and wellbeing of people living with cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis.

The Luncheon has raised over $438,000, funding eight life-saving research projects here in Western Australia.

For further information contact Sarah Cermak on (08) 6151 0815 or via email

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 Sarah Cermakorganiser
 6151 0815

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The Institute for Respiratory Health is a charitable organisation and one of Australia’s only integrated scientific and clinical research institute dedicated specifically to investigating respiratory disease. Established in 1999, the Institute is a non-government, not for profit organization which was founded by Professor Philip Thompson, a leading respiratory clinician who is well recognised for his achievements in research and clinical respiratory medicine.

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