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My Kitchen Rules star to attend kindy high tea

Luke Hines from MKR will be attending the Ladies High Tea for Kookaburra Creek Kindergarten.
Luke Hines from MKR will be attending the Ladies High Tea for Kookaburra Creek Kindergarten.

GLADSTONE'S premier social event, Kookaburra Creek's Ladies High Tea, is on again.

This year the event is being held at the Gladstone PCYC on June 15 and is shaping up to be a sensational day.

With a three course high tea menu, free drink on arrival, and the inaugural Queen of Desserts baking competition, everyone is sure to be pleased.

Entertainment on the day includes a fashion parade and hat auction featuring local award winning millinery Kelly Cavanagh, money boards, raffles, prizes for best dressed, and loads more.

But the best part of the day will be the special guest appearance by My Kitchen Rules star Luke Hines.

Luke will be attending the event to spend the day with the ladies, and to judge the baking competition.

With Luke's stellar smile and charming personality, he's sure to be a hit with the ladies. Luke has indicated his delight at being asked to attend the event, and is excited to be a part of the day.

Tickets are expected to sell fast, so don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to spend a leisurely afternoon in great company.

Tickets go on sale from 9am on Saturday, April 13 at Kookaburra Creek Kindergarten, Anderson St.

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