Are you looking for somewhere to watch the Melbourne Cup WITH the kids in tow? Jayelle Events is hosting a family-friendly Melbourne Cup Event at the picturesque Nedlands Yacht Club on Tuesday, 7 November. Itís a great way to see the race AND keep the kids amused!
There will be plenty of entertainment for children and adults alike, starting with having your photo taken on the red carpet Ė great for kids who just love being in front of the camera. Mums, dads and carers can collect a complimentary glass of bubbles as they enter the venue.
As you get settled at your table, prepare to be amazed by a dazzling magic show that is full of bright, colourful effects with plenty of audience participation to entertain and amaze both the children and adults.
The race that stops a nation will be telecast on a big screen while you enjoy a scrumptious three-course High Tea style lunch, which is both adult and child friendly. Following the excitement of the big race, there will be more great entertainment with balloon twisting, dancing and arts and crafts, just to name a few.
Dress to impress and be in the running to win a prize for the best dressed! There will also be prizes for Sweep winners.
Tickets to this fantastic, family-friendly Melbourne Cup lunch are strictly limited. Ticket price includes champagne on arrival, the three-course High Tea style lunch, soft drink, juice, tea and coffee. Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.
This is a fantastic event catered for families with young children. Come along and watch the big race while keeping the kids entertained.
Essential Information Melbourne Cup Family Fun Day
Date: Tuesday, 7 November from 10.30am to 2.30pm
Address: Nedlands Yacht Club, The Esplanade, Nedlands
Cost: Adult tickets start from $60, childrenís tickets start from $20, kids under 1 year free
To book: See the website
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