MRBTA Member Mingle + Jingle 2016

By December 5, 2016 December 13th, 2016 Member Events, Networking Events, What's on?

Date: Wednesday 14 December 2016

Time: 5.30pm – 8.30pm

Venue: The Grove Distillery  – 213 Carter Rd, Wilyabrup

Ticket Price: $25 per person  (proceeds donated to the Western Ringtail Possum Conservation Project)

Book your tickets here

Price includes cocktail food, wine, beer & return transport (optional) from regional town centres. (Spirits or cocktails available via purchase bar)

(Alternatively call the member hotline on 9780 5959 to book tickets over the phone.)

About our hosts

Our Member Mingle + Jingle will see a celebration of  members across come together to host a Christmas shindig before we brace for the holiday season!

 

The Grove Distillery:

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The Grove’s new Still

The Grove was the first operating Distillery in the Margaret River region. Established in 1995 (originally as a winery) and situated next to its own man-made lake, it produces a range of award-winning top shelf spirits, liqueurs and traditional ales along with its cafe, accommodation and specialised behind-the-scenes “Distiller Experience.”

A joint celebration of local cellar doors

Our friends from Harmans Estate, Island Brook Estate, Knotting Hill and Willespie are also co-hosting with a showcase their estate grown wines for your enjoyment.

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A selection of wines from Harmans Estate, Island Brook Estate, Knotting Hill and Willespie

South Sound Events brings the Christmas beats

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DJ Mandy B

DJ Mandy B from South Sound Events will be rocking the party with the latest beats as well a chance to capture your festive season selfie with colleagues in their Pink Snappa photo booth.

About this year’s cause

The Western Ringtail Possum is listed as 'endangered' under the ‘endangered’ (rare and likely to become extinct) under the Western Australian Wildlife Conservation Act.

The Western Ringtail Possum

Proceeds from this event will support Western Ringtail Possum conservation initiatives being implemented by the Cape to Cape Catchments Group and the Geographe Catchments Council (GeoCatch) across the Margaret River and Busselton catchment areas. The Western Ringtail Possum is currently classified as ‘endangered’ (rare and likely to become extinct) under the Western Australian Wildlife Conservation Act.