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Craniofacial Australia Melbourne Cup Lunch 2017

When:

Tue 7 Nov 2017, 11:30am–4:00pm

Where: Botanic Garden's Restaurant, Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, Plane Tree Drive, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • Cost: $150.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: tracyhrt

Craniofacial Australia invites you to celebrate the 2017 Melbourne Cup at a fundraising lunch in the sophistication of Adelaide’s Botanic Gardens Restaurant.

Enjoying 180-degree garden views and award-winning food, you will be perfectly placed to cheer your pick on the track for the big race and savour the delectable dining choices in the two-course lunch with dessert bar and accompanying drinks.

Adelaide band Blue Raine will entertain with its sparkling act, and Showies Boutique and Peter Shearer are staging a race day fashion parade

All money raised from the 2017 Craniofacial Australia Melbourne Cup Lunch will go directly to the Australian Craniofacial Unit’s ongoing research into a 1 in 2000 genetic condition that causes babies to be born with fused growth plates in their skulls and an uncertain future.

The Unit’s craniosynostosis research is getting closer every year to a genetic breakthrough in the condition which requires major surgery at just six months old to separate a baby’s tiny growth plates. Craniosynostosis is also present in rare and more complex syndromes that may require multiple operations.