Glenn McGrath invites you to celebrate the Australian Year of the Farmer 2012.
B & S Balls are an Australian tradition dating back to the 1800’s. Held all over rural Australia, these events brought people together – old friendships rekindled, new friendships begun. Guests dressed up in all kinds of gear from formal to fashionable but always with a little touch of Aussie country – an Akubra hat, a pair of boots, a piece of R.M.Williams’ gear … “Bush Cocktail” style!
One Country highlights the importance of bringing city and rural communities together. These inaugural B&S Balls are bush dances for singles, couples and corporates to celebrate the Australian Year of the Farmer 2012, and to launch the One Country program.
Australian Year of the Farmer celebrates the hard work of everyone involved in producing, processing, distributing and selling agricultural products from across the country.
The Year highlights the need for more people to appreciate the fresh food and quality materials our farmers produce to keep us fed, clothed and sheltered. This is a national celebration – reminding us that agribusiness sustains the Australian way of life and the economy.
SYDNEY – Saturday 8th December • Westin Hotel • 1 Martin Place Sydney
The biggest bush dance in the city
For Singles, Couples and corporates
MC’s: Catriona Rowntree and Charles Wooley
Guest Speaker and Q & A: Glenn McGrath
Entertainment: Brent Street Performing Arts, Kamahl, Indoor Cricket and Dancing with The Bushwackers
Comedy: Brian Doyle
Dress: Bush Cocktail
Single Ticket(s) – $250 each
Table(s) of Ten – $2,500 each
VIP Table(s) of Ten – $5,000 each
For more information phone 02 9213 2900 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org