En­joy a long lunch with League le­gend

Fraser Coast Chronicle - - NEWS -

THE team at King­fisher Bay Re­sort are get­ting into the Ori­gin spirit.

This year, as a sym­bolic ges­ture to­wards their pas­sion for rugby league, the re­sort has painted one of the ve­hi­cles in the Fraser Ex­plorer Tours fleet in sup­port of the Ma­roons.

To co­in­cide with the cel­e­bra­tions, NRL le­gend Billy Moore will be guest speaker at this year’s Long Lunch at King­fisher Bay Re­sort on June 15.

The re­sort’s David Hay said that the re­sort team was very ex­cited to con­tinue the tra­di­tion of long lunches.

“This is a great op­por­tu­nity to con­nect with the lo­cal busi­ness com­mu­nity and to also cel­e­brate the an­nual State of Ori­gin se­ries with a ma­roon le­gend,” Mr Hay said.

Pro­ceeds from this event will be do­nated to the Fraser Coast founded char­ity, For­get me not Aus­tralia.

The char­ity pro­vides lost chil­dren with hope, love and a safe en­vi­ron­ment.

Tick­ets for the event are $100 per per­son.

The price in­cludes trans­fers to the is­land and a three­course din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

For more in­for­ma­tion and to book go to www.king­fisher bay.com/longlunch.

Pho­tos: Alis­tair Bright­man

GET­TING AROUND: Blues sup­porter David Hay, Sealink Fraser Is­land Gen­eral Man­ager, is hop­ing to get a seat on the Fraser Ex­plorer Tours State of Ori­gin bus but Toni Bradley, sales and reser­va­tions man­ager, is not so sure.

Toni Bradley knows which end of the bus she'll be trav­el­ling on.

David Hay reck­ons it's cool to be at the back of the bus.

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