Brunch Bush Bash.

We would like to personally thank you for supporting Brunch Bush Bash on Sunday 12 January 2020.

We were thrilled and overwhelmed by the support shown through donations AKA #thoughtsandprayers, ticket sales, event partners and donations for raffle prizes from the events industry and wider community. It has truly warmed our heart and made us proud to be a part of this community and proud to be an Australian.

You too should be proud because with your support this sold out event raised $22,356.22 in donations supporting the NSW RFS

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WITH THANKS TO OUR INDUSTRY FRIENDS.

Planning this event in three weeks would not be possible were it not for the instant support offered by the below suppliers. We will be forever grateful for your assistance and support shown.

 > The Beta Events crew for the event space
 > Platter Wonderland for the grazing station
 > Camera Creations for photography
 > Valiant Hire for event furnishings
 > George & Smee for floral design in The Gallery
 > Ellebore for the floral media wall 
 > PhotoboothMe for the GIF booth
 > Direct Wine Cellars for the welcome beverage
 > Sydney Event Services for AV and lighting
 > QCE for mood lighting
 > Sun Security Corp for security
 > My Barista for the coffee cart
 > Gentleman’s Cabinet and Archie Rose Distilling Co for the cocktail bar
 > Luke Hopkins for the logo and graphic design

THANKS TO OUR HOST + SPEAKER + ENTERTAINERS.

 > Jules Robinson // Host – @julesrobinson82
 > Kerry Thompson // Ecologist and Speaker
 > Amy Chase // Singer – @chasingamychase 
 > Nikki // Singer – @who.is.this.singer 
 > Dan Maher // Guitarist – @danmaher
 > Sam // Saxophonist – @samjakemusic
 > Ron Maran // DJ – @ron.maran
 > Niz // DJ – @nizbert

THANK YOU TO OUR PRIZE DONORS.

 > 4 nights at Mudgee Rural Escape // thanks to Chacko family
 > Female torso sculpture // thanks to Feyona Van Stom
 > Opal and diamond earrings in 18k gold // thanks to Altmann + Cherny
 > 5 nights at Rosemary Cottage // thanks to the Moran family
 > Event industry mentoring sessions // thanks to Fiona Pascoe
 > 6 x Race day tickets // thanks to Australian Turf Club
 > Simmone Logue catering & 12 x bottles of Torbreck Wines // thanks to Torbreck Wines and Simmone Logue
 > VIP Experience at Marquee Sydney //  thanks to The Star
 > Career coaching and CV makeover // thanks to Monday Group
 > Pearl necklace and earrings set by Elfy Jewellery
 > Whiskey masterclass // thanks to Gentleman’s Cabinet
 > Bopp & Tone chef’s table experience for 2 // thanks to Applejack
 > $200 Dining voucher at Alpha Restaurant // thanks to Alpha
 > $200 Dining voucher at Boronia Kitchen // thanks to Boronia Kitchen
 > Mixed 6 bottles of rosé and red wine // thanks to Dabblebrook
 > $500 Holiday voucher // thanks to Eclipse Travel
 > 3 x Limited Edition Uber Defence Packs // thanks to Synergie Skin
 > Magnum of champagne // thanks to Direct Wine Cellars
 > Gift bag set with accessories // thanks to Izoa
 > Magnum of rosé // thanks to Robin Hood Hotel
 > 2 x Personal training sessions // thanks to Play Strong Performance
 > Australian native animal print cushions // thanks to Vinyl Design
 > 3 x cases of beer // thanks to Young Henrys
 > Beeswax wraps // thanks to beeswaxwraps.com.au
 > A4 and A3 Inspirationary Strong Women prints // thanks to Cassie Dewar
> $150 Triumph gift voucher // thanks to Triumph
> On-line Media & Presentation Training Course by Shelly Horton // Thanks to Shelly Horton

WHAT NEXT? HOW ELSE CAN WE HELP?

While the imminent danger has subsided in some regions of Australia the battle against these horrific fires continues in many parts of the country. Please be water wise. We are still in the middle of the worst drought that this country has ever experienced and water has become even more important, both to our fragile ecosystem and to the fight against these fires.
Make a conscious effort to tread more lightly on this earth. Consume less.

Support fire effected regions. Many of the communities most horrifically effected by the fires rely on the business generated through tourists visiting their region during the summer season. With this in mind please know that the South Coast is open for business… and she is just as pretty as ever.

@emptyesky is a movement of foodies + adventurers supporting local businesses affected by the #australianfires. This initiative encourages you to visit fire effected communities and fill up your #emptyesky at their local stores. Whether it be doing your weekly grocery shop in their markets/super markets, filling up your fuel tank from their local petrol stations (often much a much more cost effective option then their city based counterparts), eating at their local cafes and restaurants or buying their local produce it all help to rebuild their local economy which in turn helps to rebuild their livelihoods. 

@Spendwiththem is helping to rebuild towns and businesses affected by fire by showcasing local shops and products made by local artisans and producers in fire effected regions.

KEEP IN TOUCH.

Website: www.agentgrace.com.au/bbb
Insta: @brunch_bush_bash
Grace Hopkins: @agent_grace
Simone Starikov: @simonestarikov
Tegan Burford: @tegan_burford

With gratitude, 
Grace, Simone and Tegan aka the Brunch Bush Bash Team

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