The Rotary Club of Brisbane Airport will again be hosting the Melbourne Cup Luncheon at the Novotel Brisbane Airport.
Not only will you get to enjoy a full buffet lunch on the day "the Race stops the Nation", but your generousity will be supporting RACQ Careflight, the Rod Walker Memorial Fund and Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children.
Ladies, this year you will need to create your own hat or facsinator masterpiece that has to incorporate racehorses. The winner for the fashion parade will be chosen on the best "Horse Hat." Gentleman, the male who has best assessorised his outfit will be taking home a prize.
You will also have the opportunity to bid on a range of quality items in the auction and be apart of all the racing action with sweeps.
The event will start midday November 4th. Tickets are $69, with discounts for groups of four or more. Should you wish to purchase tickets for a group please contact Samantha Quinney on (07) 3352 2204 or via email on email@example.com
Be sure to secure your ticket early as seats are limited.
Where will proceeds go from the event?
This year the Rotary Club of Brisbane Airport will be raising funds for RACQ Careflight, the Rod Walker Memorial Fund and Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children.
RACQ Careflight operates helicopters and air ambulance jets to supply critical care doctors and paramedics throughout Australia. They attend to more than 10 patients a day and have airlifted over 30,000 patients over the last 30 years.
The Rod Walker Memorial Fund was established to assist Rod Walker's vision to have unmanned aircraft routinely benefit all Australians in applications such as search and rescue, bushfire fighting, emergency response, environmental and infrastructure management, and the provision of aerial services to rural communities.
The Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children ("ROMAC") provides medical treatment for children from developing countries in the form of life saving and/or dignity restoring surgery not accessible to them in their home country. To date, ROMAC has changed and saved the lives of over 400 children, enabling them and their families to live normal, happy lives.
We want to see the good work of these organisations continue by showing our support this Melbourne Cup Day.