Thursday 24 May 2012
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
Australia’s biggest train attraction to host Australia’s biggest morning tea
Trainworks may be a non-profit organisation but the popular attraction will be doing all it can to raise profits on Thursday May 24 when it hosts an ‘Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea’ event, with all profits going to the Australian Cancer Council.
From 10:30am to12:30pm, hot tea and coffee and an amazing high tea spread create a uniquely steamy experience at Trainworks inside the stunning main exhibition building.
For $20, guests will receive much more than a museum visit and a first class morning tea. Lucky door prizes and a few auction items will also be included. The best part of this morning tea is entertainment in the form of vocalist Georgia Kollaras and her pianist. They will make you laugh, make you cry and send you out with a bounce in your step with her repertoire of songs.
Located in Thirlmere, an hours’ drive south west of Sydney, Trainworks is Australia’s biggest train related attraction and home to the nation’s newest and biggest collection of rolling stock. Australia’s big things have to stick together according to Trainworks CEO Rob Austin.
“When it comes to trains we do like to consider ourselves the biggest and best,” says Mr Austin. “But this event is not about trains. It’s about one non-profit organisation supporting another. Everyone has been touched by cancer in some way and if Trainworks can assist the wonderful work done by the Cancer Council and help fund their research. We hope this event is the start of an annual event that eventually sends thousands upon thousands of dollars to the Cancer Council in the years to come.”
“We urge morning tea and train lovers from far and wide to join us for a delicious morning tea and a wonderful chance to raise funds for cancer research.”
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is one of the Cancer Council’s best-loved fundraising events, and plays a vital role in raising money towards research, prevention and support.
Trainworks is working with local Thirlmere businesses to execute the event, including The Oaks Fruit Shop, Witham’s, First Class Catering, Quintessential Coffee Shoppe and South Coast Party Hire.
Tickets to the Trainworks Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea are $20 and can be purchased online at www.trainworks.com.au/tea.
Buses will operate at regular intervals between Picton station and Trainworks.
There is also plenty of free parking at the Trainworks site.
Opening Hours - 7 Days a Week
Trainworks is open 7 days a week.
Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am - 5pm
For more information call us on 02 4681 8001 or email email@example.com
We're located at 10 Barbour Road in Thirlmere - about 90 minutes south of Sydney.
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