Join Australian icon Ita Buttrose AO OBE for A High Tea to Remember at Melbourne’s The Hotel Windsor.
After last year's successful events, we are coming back to The Hotel Windsor for two* intimate High Tea events on Saturday the 4th of March.
Meet the legendary media editor, business woman, TV personality and best-selling author as you indulge in exquisite pastries, traditional scones and ribbon sandwiches presented on three-tiered stands in the splendid, heritage-listed Grand Ballroom.
Upon arrival enjoy a glass of French sparkling wine to enjoy with an afternoon of delicacies and a menu of fine teas.
As you tantalise your tastebuds, feast your eyes on a remarkable display of creative tea pot cosies – hand-made by the Royal Melbourne Show’s talented tea cosy collective community. The incredible creations will be up for silent auction to raise funds towards Victorian’s fight against dementia.
Ita Buttrose AO OBE has enjoyed an extensive career across media, publishing and business, and is the National Ambassador to Alzheimer’s Australia – the charity and peak body for dementia and related services.
In Melbourne for only one day, Ita will host two High Tea's to Remember, where she will share stories about her incredible experiences and mingle with all guests to create a truly memorable experience. All profits from the events and auction of the amazing tea pot cosies and tea sets will support research and delivery of services for people living with dementia.
Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia and there is no cure. There are more than 353,800 Australian living with dementia. Every six minutes someone new is diagnosed with dementia. Supporting Alzheimer’s Australia Vic is vital to fund improved treatments and provide the best quality of life possible for those living with dementia.
Secure your ticket to this rare chance to meet Ita Buttrose while supporting an important cause. Limited seats available.
For any enquiries, please phone +61 3 9633 6004 or email email@example.com
*Numbers permitting. If one session is not filled attendees may be moved to the other.