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One Cocktail Party...CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

The Weekend to End Women's Cancers is a 2-day, 60km walk through the neighbourhoods of Brisbane to honour those we've lost, celebrate survivors and raise much needed funds for cancer research and care.

Join us for an evening of good food, drinks & live music to support the walk participants of Team Power Feet, in their quest to change the face of women's health.

All money raised will contribute directly to the team fundraising goal of $10,000 which will directly benefit the Queensland Institute of Medical Research & the Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital.

Tickets 

Include noodle box & canapes, drink on arrival, live music & lucky door prize, plus there will also be raffle tickets for over $1000 worth of prizes, a lavish lolly buffet and a cash bar on sale during the night.

Adults: $52.49ea (incl online booking fee)

Children (under 13): $32.49ea (incl online booking fee) - If your child will be self sufficient during the event and will not require food, then they will not require a ticket, but please advise us if they are going to attend.

Parking

We recommend at the time of booking your ticket that if you intend to drive and park that you book your parking in advance with Secure Parking (http://www.secureparking.com.au/secure-a-spot) to ensure a spot is reserved for you at the discounted rate.

The Queens Plaza parking station (entry down the ramp at the corner of Edward & Adelaide St) will be the easiest and cheapest place to park and it is then a short walk down Adelaide Street to the Mecure. Currently, weekend evening parking here is just $10 via the Secure-A-Spot website.

Doors open at 6pm for a 6:30pm start.

For more information, please contact Kirsten Vawdrey - wewckirsten@live.com.au

https://www.stickytickets.com.au/19110
Mecure Hotel Brisbane

85/87 North Quay Brisbane QLD 4000, Australia

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Organiser Information

Kirsten Vawdrey
0437994439

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