Harbour View Hotel, The Rocks

Dawes Point, Sydney

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Event Description

Nestled next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, on the most stunning harbour in the world and just steps from the city’s historic Rocks district is where you’ll find the Harbour View Hotel – rich in history and serving up beautiful food, delicious cocktails and a warm welcome.

EVENT LOCATION

Harbour View Hotel, The Rocks

18 Lower Fort Street

Dawes Point, Sydney

WHEN

Saturday, 24 February 24

AGE

45-55 year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

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EVENT LOCATION

Harbour View Hotel, The Rocks

18 Lower Fort Street

Dawes Point, Sydney


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