THE annual Ladies Lunch has turned into a Ladies Day for this year's Northern Territory Cattlemen's conference.
TV personality and ex swimmer Johanna Griggs will be the guest speaker, talking about her career, life and stories, and also her work as a board member of Beyond Blue.
The program will kick off at 9am, Thursday, March 30, meeting at the top of the Waterfront Sky Bridge in Darwin.
Visits to local boutiques, stores and galleries will follow, moving on to a four-course luncheon at Wharf One Food and Wine, Darwin Waterfront.
Paspaley Boutique is once again hosting on the Darwin program.
SeKada Homewares, one of Darwin's newest and most exciting homewares stores bringing unique, on-trend homewares and lifestyle products to the Top End, is offering 10% off purchases for attendees on the day.
A visit to Lulu & Daw will also feature as part of the stop in at the Star Village stores.
Aboriginal Bush Traders Gallery and Cafe will be holding a high tea to sample its range of teas, treats and condiments, as well as peruse the gallery and historic stone building.
After the busy morning of shopping and exploring, the ladies will move to Wharf One Food and Wine to enjoy the four-course luncheon.
Everyone will go in the draw to win one of these wonderful door prizes:
A stunning Paspaley Lavalier in 750 yellow gold with 12 white diamonds (0.02ct) and 14mm Paspaley Australian South Sea circle pearl. Valued at $3360 from the Paspaley Boutique, Smith St Mall, Darwin.
$500 voucher from the distinct Kimberley Fine Diamonds.
Ooroo Australia's fabulous Fog Dreaming Georgia Clutch valued at $495.
$200 voucher from Darwin's own Raw Cloth boutique.
Luxurious giftbox from SeKada Homewares.
$50 voucher from INTIMO.
Puma Energy will also hold a competition with a prize consisting of three framed prints from esteemed Territory photographer Paul Arnold.
Prepare to be pampered. All attendees are gifted with vouchers from the sponsors including beauty treatments, bra fitting and nail care.
To book or for more information visit www.ntca.org.au.
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