The Australian War Memorial is delighted with its record figures for an Anzac Day after another 31,000 people attended the National Ceremony and veterans’ march bringing crowds at the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing to 151,000 at both ceremonies – more than doubling last year’s 65,500. “Today is the biggest Anzac Day commemoration we have ever […]
The look and feel of the Seppelt Marquee exudes urban sophistication, with a contemporary style and polished finish and “CityNews” has two double passes – valued at $550 each – for Black Opal race day on March 8 to give away, with the compliments of ACTTAB.
Luxurious velvets and shimmering leathers and vinyls add warmth, texture and a nostalgic comfort to the surroundings and one could mistake being in a New York cocktail lounge.
Located on St Covet’s Row, it overlooks the mounting yard and guests can view the horses parading from the deck and watch them pass the finishing post from the comfort of this sophisticated space. This marquee will be unrivalled by any other on course and will be the place to be seen.