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Join us for avery special High Tea to celebrate 80 years of The Australian Women's Weekly and support the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.

Come and celebrate The Weekly's 80th birthday with special guests andinspirational speakers including Megan Gale, Di Morrissey and The AustralianWomen's Weekly's Helen McCabe, Bryce Corbett and Caroline Overington, at fourexclusive high tea events in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Proudlysupported by Dilmah, Loreal Paris and Pauls.  


Each event will feature a classic high tea with sandwiches, pastries and cakes from The Weekly's cookery books and a selection of beverages. Plus Every guest will receive a fantastic birthday goodie bag valued at $100, including a souvenir birthday magazine,cookbooks, make-up and more.

Early bird tickets are $55 each (for bookings received by July 31, 2013) with proceeds supporting the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.

Guest Speakers

Megan Gale She's one of Australia's most beautiful women, a L'Oréal ambassador who began modelling at the age of 18. Today, she hosts TV's Project Runway Australia and is about to co-star in a sequel to Mad Max. Megan has appeared on the cover of The Weekly many times and you can meet her at our 80th birthday high tea.*

Di Morrissey The best-selling author started her writing life as a journalist at The Weekly and, today, is one of the most successful novelists Australia has ever produced, selling millions of books every year. We are thrilled to have her speaking at our birthday high teas.
Plus

The Australian Women's Weekly Editor-In-Chief Helen McCabe, News Editor and author Bryce Corbett* and Associate Editor andnovelist Caroline Overington.*

*Megan Gale will attend the Sydney and Melbourne events, Caroline Overington will attend the Melbourne event and Bryce Corbett will attend the Brisbane and Adelaide events.

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Event Location

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Botanic Gardens Restaurant

Plane Tree Drive, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

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Talent

Megan Gale / Di Morrissey / and The Australian Women's Weekly Editor-In-Chief Helen McCabe