Saturday, October 22, 2011

Opulance in the Outback - Sounds Magnificent


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On Saturday 17th March, 2012 as the dust settles and the setting sun bathes the paddocks in a magnificent golden glow the whirr of machinery is replaced by the buzz of excitement. The days dirt is washed away and work boots are replaced by stilettos, while the customary jeans and flanny shirt make way for tuxedo's and ball gowns. This transformation marks the start of a night to remember.

(Wow if that isnt enough to make you want to go I don't know what is)



As you our guest, arrive to the paddock in the "middle of nowhere" you will certainly not be ready for the impressive site that greets you. A huge marquee, brilliant white in contrast to the red dirt and golden stubble that it raises from and a plush red carpet fit for royalty offer the promise of a luxurious gala night full of celebration and extravagance.



In the Spirit of Celebration, a group of locals are planning an event-to-remember in celebration of the "Year of the Farmer", with proceeds going towards the Royal Flying Doctor - Western Operations and the St John Ambulance - North Midlands Sub Branch.


Over 350 guests are expected to attend 'Opulence in the Outback' on Saturday 17th March, 2012.


On this evening, guests will be treated to a delectable five course meal and an array of premium beverages while enjoying a celebration of farming in our district in the luxury of our beautiful air-conditioned marquee.


A charity auction will take place during the course of the evening with a variety of outstanding donated items up for grabs.


Entertainment will be of the highest quality including a high-profile guest speaker, local Master of Ceremonies and ambiance music.

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Towards the end of the evening, guests will be able to kick up their heels and dance the night away to the music of a popular Perth based band.


'Opulence in the Outback' is a way of thanking local producers and helping to lift the profile of farmers in the region - not to mention offering the perfect setting for the farmers to enjoy a well earned evening of opulence and entertainment surrounded by their peers and supporters.

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'Opulence in the Outback' is the brain child of Carnamah local Kylie Tremlett who has held a dream for 15 years of staging this event. Enlisting a dedicated and passionate group of local volunteers (who hail from Carnamah, Coorow Three-Springs and Perenjori) the 'Opulence in the Outback' dream took hold and has slowly materialised into where it is at today.

For more info see website here

Sounds magnificent to me
What a night
I can picture myself there
I want to go..........

















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