What’s On Guide
Our What’s On Guide is a community service providing churches and not-for-profit community groups free publicity for upcoming events.
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Strawberry Pickers and Packers Needed
Can you help Queensland strawberry farmers this winter? Severe worker shortages as a result of COVID-19 have left Queensland farms needing 7,000 workers from now until October.
Apply for a job picking or packing strawberries and help save the strawberry industry, explore the Sunshine Coast, and be in with a chance to win up to $100,000 in cash prizes!!
Simply sign up, pick a participating Queensland strawberry farm and then pick or pack to earn points for the chance to play to win up to $100,000.
For details visit https://qldstrawberries.com.au
Mooloolaba Sunset Markets
There is no place you’d rather be than on Mooloolaba’s famous Sunset Strip, AKA The Food Lovers Paradise. The Mooloolaba Sunset Markets are held on the first and third Saturday of each month between 5-9 pm to bring the Sunshine Coast together with fabulous food, street stalls, awesome entertainment and live performers.
Come, enjoy a leisurely stroll through the spectacular gourmet “Street Food Strip” along the stunning Mooloolaba Esplanade. Savour the range of global cuisines from our talented street food hawkers. Hunt down that perfect gift, treasure hunting through the eclectic collection of unique, handmade gifts created by our incredible craft and artisan stalls.
The Mooloolaba Sunset Markets will be held on Saturday the 21st of August 2021
The Mooloolaba Sunset Markets will be held on Saturday the 4th of September 2021
The Mooloolaba Sunset Markets will be held on Saturday the 18th of September 2021
The Mooloolaba Sunset Markets will be held on Saturday the 2nd of October 2021
The Mooloolaba Sunset Markets will be held on Saturday the 16th of October 2021
For details check out the Website
[email protected] Cafe Ladies Meet-Up
Ladies, oftentimes we go through seasons where we feel alone; finding it hard to connect with others and to believe we belong. Hopefully, these seasons don’t last forever and conversation, support and friendship are just around the corner.
A new group called [email protected] Cafe is now gathering in the cafe of the Goodlife Community Center in Buderim Pines Drive on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 2pm – 3.30pm, to provide a place of belonging, where women can be seen and heard. Please join us for a coffee and catch up that might just be the beginning of that new season for you and others.
The next get-together will be on Tuesday 10th of August at 2pm near the indoor pool at the Goodlife Cafe.
Coolum Communicators Toastmasters Meeting
Coolum Communicators Toastmasters is helping Sunny Coasters to become confident communicators, public speakers, and leaders. Toastmasters has a learn-by-doing program created to help you gain the skills needed to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Come along and meet some like-minded friendly members who are all striving to improve their communication, presentation and leadership skills. We meet at North Shore Community Centre, where there is plenty of parking, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month.
The August meetings will be held on Wednesday the 11th and Wednesday the 25th of August.
The September meetings will be held on Wednesday the 8th and Wednesday the 22nd of September.
The October meetings will be held on Wednesday the 13th and Wednesday the 27th of October.
The November meetings will be held on Wednesday the 10th and Wednesday the 24th of November.
For further details email – coolumtoastmast[email protected]
Art Expo 2021 Buderim
Art Expo 2021 will be held from Thursday the 12th of August to Sunday 15th August between 9am and 4pm at the Buderim Craft Cottage 5 Main Street Buderim.
Originals by The Painting Group in acrylic, oil and watercolour will be on display and available to purchase.
Entry is free, refreshments are available and we look forward to welcoming you to the Cottage and sharing our work.
For details visit the Website
Sunshine Coast Collective Markets
Sunshine Coast Collective Markets isn’t just your average market….. it is a modern-day treasure hunt! A collective of local Sunshine Coast designers, musicians, artists, foodies, creators, vintage wares and lifestyle lovers. No mass-produced or cheap imported products will be found here!!!
The intention of the market is to create a true ‘local’ market that showcases to the community and visitors the amazing talent we have here on the Sunshine Coast. Those visiting will enjoy the relaxed Sunday vibe, amazing coffee, amazing street food, a carefully edited lineup of stalls and live music from local musicians.
The Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are held at the Alex Headlands Skate Park on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 7am till 12noon and at Coolum Primary School in Barns Lane on the 4th Sunday of every month from 8am till 12noon.
Upcoming Markets include:-
Saturday August 14th – Alex Headlands Skate Park
Sunday August 22nd – Coolum Primary School
Saturday September 11th – Alex Headlands Skate Park
Sunday September 26th – Coolum Primary School
Saturday October 9th – Alex Headlands Skate Park
Sunday – October 24th Coolum Primary School
Saturday November 13th – Alex Headlands Skate Park
Sunday – November 28th Coolum Primary School
Saturday December 11th – Alex Headlands Skate Park
For detail visit the Facebook Page
The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe Performance
Noosa youngsters are using their talents in an upcoming presentation of the C.S. Lewis classic, ‘The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe’ with all proceeds being donated to a not-for-profit in Zimbabwe called “The Way In” which provides food, clothing and medicine to abandoned and orphaned children in Zimbabwe.
The performances will be held at Noosa Church, 202 Eumundi Rd Noosaville on the weekend of the 14th and 15th of August.
The matinee will be held on Saturday the 14th at 2.30pm
The evening performance on Sunday the 15th at 6pm.
What an amazing opportunity to see a great show, support local talent and feed hungry tummies abroad in difficult times.
This performance is the inspiration of the students of a Noosa homeschooling co-op who want to support the tireless work of “the Way In” and have been rehearsing this play to help feed the children. There is no middle man or admin fees and all proceeds from the performances are going directly to the ‘house mothers’ who serve Zimbabwean babes.
Ladies Fashion Market
Whether you make your own ladies clothes, jewellery or bags or you just want to offload last seasons clothing, you’re invited to hold a stall at the next Ladies Fashion Market in Mountain Creek.
They are taking bookings now for the next Ladies Fashion Market on Sunday the 15th of August from 9am-12noon at Mountain Creek Primary School. It’s an indoor market so the weather is not a problem plus a table and chair are provided. Come along and sell your no longer loved clothes, shoes, handbags, jewellery and more!!
Free Swing & Rockabilly Dance Lessons
A free 45 minute Dance Lesson will be held on the 1st & 3rd Monday night of each month in the lower hall of the Woombye School of Arts Hall.
These free introductory lessons include Slow Swing and Rockabilly and will provide the essentials of the styles to prepare you to join our regular Monday night lessons.
As a slower style, Swing is a perfect option for those who have never danced before and the FREE Swing lesson runs on the first Monday night of the month (excluding public holidays) from 7pm (Arrive at 6:45pm and bring a partner as there will be no class rotation).
Rockabilly is the perfect option for those who like pumping music and want to get moving and the FREE Rockabilly lesson runs on the third Monday night of the month (excluding public holidays) from 8pm (Arrive at 7:45pm and bring a partner as there will be no class rotation).
Please book in as space is limited and it also helps us keep track for COVID 😉
To register CLICK HERE
Sports & Recreation
Harvest SWAP August
The next Harvest Swap Sunshine Coast will be held on Sunday, August 22nd from 10am till 12noon at Yandina Community Gardens
41 Farrell St, Yandina.
Bring your excess homegrown produce such as fruits, veggies, herbs, seedlings, seeds, eggs, honey, worm juice, compost as well as your homemade goods like preserves, baked goods, handmade items, etc. to swap. Bring a little, a lot, or simply a desire to share some like-minded company. And as always please share the love. This is a money-free initiative based on community and connection. Tell your friends, your family, that stranger with the veggie garden and fruit trees.
For further details please visit the Facebook Event Page.
Horizon Festival Opening Ceremony
The Horizon Festival returns in 2021 with 10 days and nights of visual art, music, theatre, dance, words and ideas, film and creative workshops, inspired by the stories and beauty of the Sunshine Coast and you’re invited to the free opening ceremony in Cotton tree park on Friday the 27th of August starting at 5.30pm.
As the sun sets across the waters of Cotton Tree, we gather to pay our respects to the Kabi Kabi and Jinibara peoples of the waterways, coastal plains and hinterlands of the Sunshine Coast, and open Horizon Festival 2021. Welcoming artists and audiences to the region, the ceremony will feature the Gubbi Gubbi Dance Troupe, the Jinibara Dance Troupe and the First Voices Choir and offer a moment to honour Country, Ancestors and the Original Storytellers and artists of this land.
Bring the family and gather around the sand circle to experience a special evening as we open the festival through song, dance, storytelling and a smoking ceremony.
Maleny Pioneer Village Open Day
Experience Maleny’s past at the Kevin Howell Open Day featuring the Pioneer Village’s three historic houses and their contents, bygone artefacts and machinery and the remarkable Glenferna Doll collection. Maleny Historical Society, Maleny Men’s Shed and Blackall Range Horseless Carriage Club invite you to come along to the Pioneer Village at, 7 Bryce Lane, Maleny on Saturday the 28th of August between 8am and 2pm.
There will also be a Show ‘n Shine of classic cars and motorcycles, a market for handmade craft items, and blacksmithing, woodchopping and whip cracking demonstrations.
The Pioneer Village is on Bryce Lane, Maleny, and will be open from 8am – 2pm on the day, with entry will be by donation, with proceeds to local charities. Parking is available on site.
The Art of Podcasting Workshops
Calling all artists, authors, musicians, storytellers, performers, poets, creative producers and content creators who want to develop their own podcasts. Sunshine Coast Libraries are hosting two full-day podcasting workshops at the StoryCast Studios at Kawana Library at 30 Nanyima St, Buddina. They will be held on Saturday the 28th of August and Friday the 3rd of September from 9am till 4pm.
These workshops will look at research and delivery; what makes a popular podcast, interviewing techniques, finding a story or topic and creating engaging content, production; mics and sound, what gear is needed, understanding sound including capturing atmosphere, and post-production; editing and hosting and more.
The Art of Podcasting will focus on content creation and presentation skills along with giving an overview of what you need to get started with your own podcast. You will gain an understanding of the basics of podcasts production and a greater awareness of identifying what makes great audio content!
The cost is $80 per person and includes light refreshments and lunch. Spaces per workshop are strictly limited and registration is essential. To find out more and to bok your place go to the Website.
Final Call Kids Activities
Once you’ve explored the Final Call Exhibition with your kids at the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens, bring them over to Final Call Kids area, a dedicated creative space for children featuring a series of interactive nature-based activities. Through an activity sheet, kids will be introduced to the underground world at their feet, pulsing with life and transformation.
Welcoming children into the space is ‘Winds of Change’, a colourful feature installation developed collaboratively by a local artist with more than 100 children and their caregivers at the Kids’ art workshops in June.
Entry to Final Call Kids is free and the space will be set up daily from Saturday 28th August – Sunday 5th September. Pack a picnic and head along to the Gardens for an outing full of art, science, discovery and wonder.
Sat 28 Aug: 11am – 4pm
Sun 29 Aug: 9am – 4pm
Mon 30 Aug – Thur 2 Sep: 9am – 1pm
Fri 3 Sep: 9am – 12.30pm
Sat 4 & Sun 5: 9am – 4pm
The Final Call Exhibition is part of the Sunshine Coast’s Horizon Festival. To ensure the safety of our littlest audience members, children must be accompanied by a parent or carer at all times.
Opera in The Hanger
The Rotary Club of Caloundra Pacific is proud to present an “After 5” affair, so get your glad rags on for Opera in the Hanger on On Saturday 28 August from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Doors open at 5:30 PM at the Queensland Air Museum, 7 Pathfinder Drive, Caloundra.
Bubbles & Paella on arrival, Sweets in Interval, Licensed Bar (EFTPOS available).
Funds raised will be donated to ALIVE.org.au, Ending Youth Suicide and other community organisations that the Rotary Club supports. Tickets – $100 pp. Don’t forget to get your Check Qld Covid app on your phone.
For details visit the Website or call Eve on 0407 624650
To secure your seat BOOK HERE
Healing Miracles Josh Wood
You’re invited to a night of Healing Miracles at Kingdom House Tanawha at 1 Main Creek Road on Saturday the 28th of August at 7pm. Josh Wood understands the gospel, has a wonderful relationship with Jesus, and he preaches with simplicity and power. Josh along with Elise and their two boys live a life of communion with Him, sincere love for one another, genuine faith, true joy and overflowing with supernatural signs, wonders and miracles.
They are passionate about walking out a Kingdom lifestyle not just as individuals but also together as a whole family where everyone has a voice and is qualified and equipped to share the supernatural love & power of God to the world around them. They each have unique gifts and passions but together as a family they love helping other families, believers of all ages step into a greater reality of God’s will in and through their lives; “on earth as it is in heaven”.
A free-will offering will be taken up for the ministry during the event. Doors open at 6:30pm
This event has allocated seating. The $10 ticket price is an administration fee for the venue.
To secure your seat go to StickyTickets
Sunny Coast Baby and Kids Market
Whether you make baby and kids clothes or you just have a bunch of outgrown children’s clothing you want to offload, you’re invited to hold a stall at the next Sunny Coast Baby and Kids Market in Mountain Creek on Sunday the 29th of August from 9am-12noon at Talara Primary College in Talara St Currimundi.
It’s an indoor market so the weather is not a problem plus a table and chair are provided. Come along and sell your no longer needed baby and children’s clothes, shoes, toys and accessories. Stalls $40. New business and handmade stalls are welcome to apply.
Sunny Coast Baby and Kids Markets are the largest indoor baby and kids markets on the coast and have been in operation for over 10 years, selling pre-loved, new and beautiful handmade items for the under 8’s. These markets are a great way to shop for affordable baby and children’s pre-loved clothing, shoes, toys, puzzles, cots, prams, high chairs, baby baths, swings, and more. They always have FREE bounty bags and FREE entertainment for the kids plus a hot food and coffee van. No ATM on-site, so they recommend bringing along cash on the day.
$2 entry, Kids free.
The Sunny Coast Baby and Kids Markets are held alternately at Talara Primary College in Talara St Currimundi and Mountain Creek Primary College in Lady Musgrave Drive Mountain Creek from 9am till 12noon.
Dido and Aeneas Opera
Adrian King will conduct The Sunshine Coast Choral Society & the Sunshine Coast Chamber Strings accompanied by Natasha Koch performing Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” on Sunday 29th August 2021 commencing 2 pm at the Gregson and Weight Memorial Chapel, 159 Wises Road, Buderim.
Henry Purcell’s only Opera proper, Dido and Aeneas is a magnificent example of English Baroque music that demonstrates Purcell’s masterful compositional and choral writing skill.
Tickets $30, Concession tickets $25. Afternoon tea will be provided.
Bookings – call Yvonne on 0431 550 713
For further details visit the Website
Bli Bli State School Chaplaincy High Tea
You’re invited to High Tea on Sunday the 29th of August 2021starting at 2:30pm at Bli Bli State School Hall in aid of Bli Bli State School Chaplaincy
An afternoon of great food, endless coffee and tea, raffles, trivia, a silent auction and it’s all for a great cause! The silent auction includes cafe vouchers, games of golf, pamper packs, Lego sets, handcrafted goods and many more local business vouchers.
Children over 10 are welcome, plus gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options are available.
Tickets are $30pp and bookings close by Monday 23 August.
Museum Mystery Madness
September is Museum Mystery Madness month at Buderim Pioneer Cottage, Nambour Museum, and Landsborough Museum. Visit one or all three museums and enter the mystery quiz for your chance to win a $100 voucher. It’s fun for everyone and a great school holiday activity. For details visit heritage.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or collect your Discovery Guide from Sunshine Coast Libraries or Customer Contact Centres. Supported by the Cultural Heritage Levy.
Buderim Pioneer Cottage, 5 Ballinger Crescent, Buderim, (07) 5450 1966
Open Monday to Saturday 11am–3pm
Landsborough Museum, 4 Maleny Street, Landsborough, (07) 5494 1755
Open Wednesday to Friday and Sunday 9.00am–2.30pm
Nambour & District Historical Museum, 18 Mitchell Street, Nambour, (07) 5441 2119
Open Wednesday to Friday 1pm–4pm & Saturday 10am–3pm
For further details visit heritage.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
Cubing Club Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast Cubing Club meets on the first Thursday of each month at the Caloundra Community Centre. 58A Queen Street, Caloundra from 6-8 pm.
The next Rubiks Cube night will be held on Thursday the 5th of August. To register go to the Facebook Event Page.
It’s a fun evening where like-minded people of all ages can get together and explore all things cubing. It is here where we share ideas and insights into this marvelous and popular puzzle.
For further details visit the Facebook Page.
All are welcome. During Covid restrictions there is a limit of 20 people so let Gary know you are coming by clicking going on the Facebook Event Page. A Gold Coin Donation is asked to cover the cost of the hall.
Sports & Recreation
Nambour Orchid Society
Nambour Orchid Society invites you to their Spring Show to be held at the Uniting Church Hall in Coronation Ave, Nambour on Friday the 3rd and Saturday the 4th of September. Doors open at 9am through till 3pm. Come along and see a wonderful display of award-winning orchids in bloom and get some hints from the experts on how to make your orchids flourish too. There’ll be raffles and lucky door prizes as well as orchids and foliage plants for sale.
Maleny Music Festival 2021
It’s all go for the 9th Maleny Music Weekend Festival held at the Maleny Showgrounds from Friday the 3rd to Sunday the 5th of September 2021. The Maleny Music Festival is an annual 3-day music, arts, and culture festival showcasing awesome music, dancing, workshops, comedy, poetry, street theatre, stalls, food, kid programs, licenced bars & on-site camping.
This year there is a diverse programme of acoustic-based artists, spoken word performances, workshops and street entertainment. You are guaranteed an experience to remember. Food and market stalls, along with on-site camping, enhance the village atmosphere.
The Festival will be strictly an “outdoor” event featuring a large main stage plus session, workshop and open mic venues.
The event will be organized in compliance with COVID guidelines and all patrons are requested to adhere to these and to that end this is a PRE-PAID ticket event only.
Collectorama Antique Fair
Collectorama is back! The mammoth fair featuring antiques, collectables, vintage memorabilia, art & hobby ceramics and more will be held from 7am till 2pm on Saturday the 4th of September at Nambour Showgrounds 80 Coronation Avenue, Nambour.
A treasure hunter’s dream, this event is sure to delight you with its treasure troves of antiques, vintage and retro items. You never know what you will find!
Admission is only $6 ea (cash) to our giant vintage gala fair! We have ATM’s, food vans, coffee and masses of very cool vintage. We bring you 150 traders to this gorgeous location, the gracious Nambour Showgrounds. Coronation Ave, Nambour. Parking’s free. You’ll find your treasures here!
We’re grateful to have our event on this beautiful site, it’s Gubbi Gubbi land, which was once a big camping ground.
For details visit the Facebook Event Page
This event supports Wilvo’s Wildlife Volunteers
Splish Splash Splosh! Kids Art Workshops
The Sunshine Coast Art Group is opening its painting studio at 1 William Parker Place, Buderim, for kids on the Coast to unleash their creativity and engage in some rich learning experiences. Classes are led by qualified teachers Cath Aronsten and Angela Wilhelm the kids will have the opportunity to make an artwork inspired by famous artists from history in a fun creative atmosphere.
The Art Workshops are designed for two different age groupings:
Pre-teens, 7 to 12yrs, will be held between 9am to 11.30am on Sunday the 5th and Sunday the 12th of September.
Teensagers, 13 to 17yrs, will be held between 1pm to 3.30pm on Sunday the 5th and Sunday the 12th of September.
Classes are run by club volunteers & all proceeds go to support ongoing costs of Sunshine Coast Art Group and cost $35 per student, per session.
Women’s Lifestyle Expo 2021
The 2021 Women’s Lifestyle Expo is going to be held on Friday 10th September at Corbould Park. There are many exciting exhibitors, entertainment and information sessions plus Fashion Parades throughout the day- and it’s all for FREE.
The Expo is an annual event for women of all ages (18-65+) by providing a range of products, services and topics for discussion, all in one central space. This is truly a unique event aimed at drawing women together to celebrate womanhood, empower, learn and share and really experience what is cutting edge for today.
The Women’s Lifestyle Expo began when a group of women had a vision of creating an event that brought together women and businesses on the Sunshine Coast. The Women’s Lifestyle Expo’s mission is to facilitate an environment where women of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds can connect, gain knowledge and become empowered.
And this year for the first time, it’s not just all about the ladies. They’re opening up our exhibits to include a Big Boys category including Men’s Health, Men’s Clothing and even Big Boy Toys.
Celebrating the season again in 2021, Chevallum Strawbfest is to be held on Friday 10th September at the Chevallum State School, from 5pm.
Strawbfest is one of the most anticipated and renowned events on the Sunshine Coast event calendar and this year will not disappoint offering up a well-known mix of fun, fabulous food, music, and of course strawberries!
Strawbfest offers a multi-cultural world of food and a variety of entertainment including:
– Fun RIDES for the whole family
– a licensed strawberry daiquiri bar
– Live music across 3 stages
– A fun-filled sideshow alley
– Delicious food stalls
– A mega raffle with thousands of dollars worth of prizes
IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast Volunteers
IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast returns to Mooloolaba on Sunday 12th September 2021 from 6am till 8pm and you can be part of IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast by joining the dynamic volunteer team!
Volunteers are at the heart of the events and they are always on the lookout for enthusiastic, motivated individuals to join the team and get involved. Volunteers will be in the thick of the action and there are a variety of roles available at each event for groups and individuals to choose which shift or role suits their needs best. From athlete registration to directing athletes at the finish line (and everything in between), there is a fabulous job for you!
Each volunteer is provided with:
- An event volunteer tee-shirt
- Eligible groups will receive a donation for the group’s participation
If you are raising funds for a sports team, church group or a cause close to your heart we’d love to hear from you. Likewise, if you are an individual, supporting a loved one or would just like to be part of the volunteer team, everyone is welcome to join the volunteer family.
This is a spectacular event and we encourage our community to join, support and be part of the fun!
As a volunteer you may be asked to assist in the following areas:
- Event registration
- Guiding athletes as a course marshal
- Directing athletes at the finish line
- Manning water stations or turnaround points
- Guiding spectators at pedestrian crossing zones
Sports & Recreation
Regional Disability Expo Sunshine Coast
This is an event not to be missed! For people with disabilities, family, carers and friends; plus community-minded people providing products and services, all in one central space. This is truly a unique event aimed at bringing the disability community together to celebrate life, age, empower, learn, share and experience the latest technologies. There will be ample exhibits and a variety of free workshops.
Topics at the expo include:
- health and fitness
- employment and education
- post-school options advocacy
- social activities and recreation
- transport and vehicles
- independent living services
- product assistance.
For more information visit the Regional Disability Expo Website
Researching and finding everything you need to support a family member with a disability can be difficult and time-consuming. Sharon Fulwood is a mother of three children, two of whom have different disabilities. At every step of her children’s development, she has needed to research disability aids and equipment, specialty products, specialist advice and appropriate support networks for her and her children. Experiencing frustrations and a disconnect in the sector motivated Sharon to do something to help others. She has made it her mission to make it easier for Sunshine Coast families, carers and people with disabilities to find the support, services and products to help them improve their quality of life. She wanted to create an event to connect businesses and networks within the disability sector together with these families and carers. This is how the Disability Expo Sunshine Coast idea was born and has now become a reality.
Fundraising Gala Dinner
Caloundra Coast Guard invite you to their Fundraising Gala Dinner at Tides Waterfront Dining on Thursday the 16th of September 2021 starting at 6pm. It’s almost time again for Coast Guard Caloundra’s annual major fundraising dinner and auction at Tides Waterfront Dining Restaurant, at 26 The Esplanade, Caloundra.
You’ll be met by the commander and receive some champers on arrival, enjoy a delicious 3-course meal, have the opportunity to hear about the work of the volunteer coast guard and the chance to win fabulous prizes throughout the night with heaps of raffles and an auction.
This must-attend event provides much-needed funds to help keep our vessels on the water helping those in need. Coast Guard Caloundra hopes to partner with businesses and professionals to raise $20,000 to help cover their yearly fuel costs. The event will provide the perfect opportunity for people to come together to learn more about our work and for businesses and clients to learn from one another while enjoying themselves over an evening of fine food and wine.
To purchase tickets call the restaurant on 5438 2304. For further details about the night call Wendy on 0407 771635