My Kitchen Rules finalist stops by for a spot of tea
A SPECIAL guest is set to highlight the Kookaburra Creek Kindergarten's Ladies High Tea on Saturday, June 15.
My Kitchen Rules finalist Luke Hines (Bondi Boys) will be bringing his charm, good looks and kitchen talents to the afternoon event at the Gladstone PCYC.
Luke's time on the popular television show won him a place in the hearts of many.
Now he is set to win further hearts in Gladstone.
The good-looking cook will be a special guest judge for the baking competition.
The day will feature a three course high tea menu, free drink on arrival and the inaugural Queen of Desserts baking competition.
Entertainment on the day includes a fashion parade and hat auction featuring local award-winning millinery Kelly Cavanagh.
Money boards, raffles and prizes for best dressed are also in store.
Kookaburra Creek Kindy is a not-for-profit community kindergarten that provides for the educational needs of young children between three and five-years-old.
Tickets are on sale now from the kindy centre on Anderson Street, at $75 per person or $700 for a table of 10.