White-Sundays Winter Dinner
The Whitsundays were discovered by Captain James Cook on Whit Sunday (or Pentecost Sunday as it’s more commonly known) hence the name!
As the beautiful Whitsundays region does not really have a winter – we thought it would be fun to pretend!
While the temperature soars outside guests enter a white playground through a tunnel of cool misty air. A group of pine trees marks the entrance which opens into a rugged rockery with a running brook and hazy clouds. Around the room are floor to ceiling white drapes with twinkling fairy-light curtains.
Crisp white linen on the tables, and white-covered chairs provide a further retreat from the heat. A stunning long white vase with white tortured willow branches provide a cool centrepiece.
Included in this package is a hearty winter menu, a four hour beverage package, lighting and background music and all other inclusions mentioned above.
||Outrigger or Conference Centre|
||Conference Centre – maximum 800 guests|
Outrigger– maximum 250 guests