This year’s Australia Day event at Zero Gravity will be dedicated to raising funds for the much needed relief efforts to the Australian bushfires. The event is in association with Emirates Red Crescent as part of the #mateshelpmates initiative.
The event will include an Aussie ‘barbie’ and refreshments, with the full proceeds being donated to the cause. There will also be regular raffle draws throughout the day as well as an auction.
Again, all proceeds will go to towards the relief effort. In the garden there will be fairground games and face-painting for kids big and small and pool and beach entry is also included.
o AED100 adults –This includes 1 bbq plate and 2 raffle tickets per person
o Kids AED50 – Includes 1 BBQ plate and 1 raffle ticket per child
o Free entry for under 12s
8:00pm - 11:00pm
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