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Cruise Bar Sydney Inaugural Winter Soiree Proudly Supporting Camp Quality



On Wednesday night the glitterati of Sydney's party scene again braved the cold to head to Cruise Bar in Circular Quay for the inaugural Winter Soiree.

Photo: Sydney Event Blogger

The bar was transformed into a winter wonderland as guests were treated to a delicious winter feast of Asian tapas and a succulent roast of lamb and pork. An impressive array of deserts was washed down with Dirty Granny mulled cider and cocktails Jade Dynasty and Yuzu Imagination.

Warming up the waterside with fire twirlers and a live performance from The Voice finalist Mikaela Dean, Sydney stalwart Simon Caldwell also took to the decks for a night quite unlike any other.

See your Sydney Chic style editor dancing up a storm with Benji the security guard - it's so cool!!

The evening’s festivities proudly supported Camp Quality, a charity creating a better life for kids living with cancer and celebrated the launch of the Dine at Mine fundraising initiative. The fun, simple and exciting concept encourages supporters to share a meal with their favourite people before asking them to contribute what they would have spent on a meal out to Camp Quality.

Photo: George Popov

With dinner at a restaurant costing Australians on average $30 per meal, this donation can go a long way for Camp Quality, who utilise the money raised to run programs that support kids and their families at every stage of the cancer journey. Camp Quality believes laughter is the best medicine and runs programs focussed on the power of positive psychology to build optimism and resilience.

Sydney’s Cruise Bar has partnered with Camp Quality to help raise much needed funds and is set to reveal a very special Dine at Mine Dinner Series in the coming weeks. The iconic three-level venue, bookending the Overseas Passenger Terminal befits its first class setting and long-held reputation for attracting celebrities to Sydney-siders and visitors to our shores. And boy oh boy did we look like celebrities on the night in a star studded blazers from @JackLondon official.

We relaxed, ate, drank and celebrated, with the harbour as a backdrop - a reminder of the harbour life of the great city that Sydney really is!

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