$275 Single Seat
$2,500 Table of 10
$3,250 Corporate Table
Friday 5 July
Australian National Maritime Museum
Corporate Table benefits ...
- Verbally acknowledged by the Celebrity MC on the night
- Promotion across our social media channels to more than 4000 loyal and engaged followers
- Your Business logo on your table at the Dinner
- Your Business logo with website link in our pre-event newsletter
- Your Business logo with website link in our post-event newsletter sent to all guests
- Your Business logo on our AV Presentation on the night
- Table of 10 guests at the Gala Dinner
- Introductions to selected guests attending the Dinner.
A premium dining and educational experience supporting cancer research ...
Seafood is, quite simply, good for your health.
According to Cancer Council, omega-3 fats from sources like seafood are associated with a range of health benefits, such as lowering the risk of heart disease and relieving inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease, and a higher fish intake appears to be associated with a slightly decreased risk of breast, rectal and prostate cancer.
With a menu by award-winning Laissez-faire Catering ...
With over 20 years of experience in event catering, Laissez-faire deliver all things delicious at high end, boutique events. Can Too Foundation is proud to partner with a company who source fresh, local seasonal produce, create innovative menus, providing superior service, with attention to every detail.
Featuring fresh, sustainable seafood donated by Australian producers ...
The Art of Seafood is supported by the national peak-body Seafood Industry Australia and their members in helping us develop a world-class fine dining and educational experience.
From the hero of the menu, Glacier 51 Toothfish (aka Patagonian Toothfish), to the humble sardine, one of the most sustainable fish which is packed full of omega-3, seafood items have been kindly donated on the basis of being sustainable and very good for your health.
Hosted by world-class entertainer Simon McLachlan ...
After delighting guests at last year's Art of Wine fundraising gala, Simon is an all-round entertainer who keeps the night light and fun.
Simon played Franki Valli in the Australian production of Jersey Boys and Disney’s High School Musical.
With a charity auction designed for all levels of support ...
Held at the enchanting Australian National Maritime Museum ...
The Lighthouse Gallery's expansive museum-style interior is an awe-inspiring space to host guests at The Art of Seafood.
With 13-metre high windows stretching across the length of the room, the Lighthouse Gallery gives gala guests sweeping views of Darling Harbour, Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse and a fleet of heritage vessels. This stunning architectural space is perfect for The Art of Seafood.
To support Can Too Foundation's work in funding cancer research.
We believe that every one of us has the power to reduce the impact of cancer for ourselves, the people we love, and the world.
That's why we've built a community of over 16,000 participants who have fundraised over $21 Million to fund 168 cancer research projects since 2005.