Join us for a night of dancing, excellent food and quality entertainment, raising funds for the Hesse Rural Health Op Shop Rebuild Appeal. This is an event not to be missed.
The Hesse Rural Health Hearts of Gold Masquerade Ball will be a night of indulgence, elegance and humour. All guests are encouraged to wear black tie attire and don an elaborate mask.
Starting on the front lawn of Barwon Park from 5pm with drinks and the symphony of the Geelong College String Quartet, followed by a tour of the mansion and photo opportunities before entering the marquee to eat, drink and dance the night away.
The night will feature the humour of Channel 7 entertainer and personality, John ‘Deeksy’ Deeks and the musical talents of ‘Chunky Jam’. Elders Auctioneer Peter Linderman is sure to take the auction to new heights and present several fantastic items to bid on.
Tickets are $300 each, this price includes a three-course meal catered by Lady & the Fox, drinks, parking, 6.5 hours of entertainment and a donation to the Op Shop Rebuild Appeal. You can purchase single tickets or tables of ten seats.
Only 300 tickets are available, sold exclusively via TryBooking.
All proceeds from the evening will go towards the Hesse Rural Health Op Shop Rebuild Appeal. The Winchelsea Op Shop, which was lost to fire in November 2020, was a facility which provided a hub for passionate volunteers and customers, and directed significant funds raised to the benefit of Hesse Rural Health. We aim to rebuild the Op Shop at 44 main Street Winchelsea, increasing the shops size and capacity, in order to continue to provide a community hub for the growing Winchelsea community, as well as raising much needed funds for our health service – a service we all rely on!
Help us in this cause and join us for a wonderful night out at Barwon Park Mansion.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Enquiries please contact Hesse Communications & Community Partnerships Officer, Jessica Culhane on or 03 5267 1200