Presented by NOOSA alive! in association with Morgans
SAT, 20 JULY | VIEW BY MATT GOLINSKI - PEPPERS
IN CONVERSATION WITH ANNIE GAFFNEY
Time & Location
Sat, 20 Jul
View by Matt Golinski
Peppers Restaurant, 33A Viewland Drive, Noosa Heads
Join one of Australia’s most distinguished and respected journalists for this exclusive ‘In Conversation’ with host of ABC Sunshine Coast Mornings program, Annie Gaffney. With six Walkley Awards for excellence in journalism, Kerry O’Brien has been a journalist for 49 years covering print, television and wire service - as a reporter, feature writer, columnist and foreign correspondent. He has specialised in national politics for the ABC, as well as the Ten and Seven networks, and was press secretary to Labor leader Gough Whitlam. Kerry was appointed this year as Chair of the Walkley Foundation, which benchmarks excellence in Australian journalism.
This special luncheon event features a two-course plated lunch from View by Matt Golinski with complimentary glass on wine upon arrival. Enjoy the breathtaking view across the Noosa bay as you hear from one of Australia’s most influential journalists and writers.
Whilst we endeavour to cater to all dietary requirements, specialised orders can only be guaranteed for tickets purchased 14 days or more prior to event. Please advise at time of booking if you have specific needs.
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ROYAL FLYING DOCTER SERVICE
Established in 1928, the RFDS has grown to become the largest aeromedical organisation of its kind the world, delivering 24-hour emergency aeromedical and primary health care services to all those who live, work and travel throughout Australia.
With a waiting room of 71.5 million square kilometres, they provide 24-hour aeromedical emergency services to country Australia. Today, the RFDS conducts more than 290,000 patient consults across Australia every year – that’s one person every two minutes.
Book a table of eight for Kerry O'Brien in Conversation with Annie Gaffney and know that you will be contributing to the ongoing sustainability of this crucial Australian institution.