In 2024, we are thrilled to be hosting our annual wine dinner in recognition and commemoration of the Suncoast Community Legal Service 40th Anniversary!
Tickets on sale now!
When: Thursday, 14 March 2024, 5.30 pm – 9.30 pm
Where: Venue 114, Bokarina
Dress code: Business Attire
Tickets: $130 per person or $1300 for a table of 10. 100% of proceeds from ticket sales go directly to SCLS, thanks to our event presenters and sponsors.
Parking: Available onsite.
What to Expect: A chance to connect with our local legal community, a keynote speaker, Winemaker guided menu pairings, a fundraiser raffle, auction, business card draw and a three-course dinner with four hours of premium wine and beverages.
Contact: For all event and sponsorship enquiries, please contact: Holly Clark – Communications & Event Coordinator – email@example.com
Suncoast Community Legal Service
The Suncoast Community Legal Service, founded in 1984, is set to celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2024. Their mission at SCLS has always been to ensure adequate and meaningful access to justice for vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our community. As an independent community organisation, SCLS serves as a first point of contact for free advice and referral services and rely on the support and generosity of Sunshine Coast lawyers, volunteers and the public.
For more information on the Suncoast Community Legal Service, visit www.suncoastcommunitylegal.org
Meerea Park was established with during their first vintage release in 1991.
An 1826 clearing lease and subsequent land-grant to the Eather family at the mid-Hunter hamlet of Bulga was a pastoral and mixed farming endeavor, including table grapes until Chardonnay wine grapes were introduced in 1989. Rhys Eather, a Roseworthy Agricultural College graduate in Oenology is the winemaker and an owner, and has been responsible for the winemaking since 1991. Rhys has worked several vintages overseas in France and Italy. Meerea Park specializes in individual vineyard Hunter Valley Semillon and Shiraz, but also makes Chardonnay as well as a selection of Hunter Valley grown alternative varieties. They are currently rated a Top 100 Australian Winery by renowned wine critic James Halliday and have won in excess of 500 wine show medals at Australian and International wine shows.
2007—Awarded Penguin Wine Guide ‘Semillon Of The Year’ (2001 ‘Alexander Munro’ Semillon)
2021—Awarded Halliday Wine Companion ‘Semillon Of The Year’ (2011 ‘Alexander Munro’ Semillon)
2023—2018 BLACK Shiraz awarded 98 points in Halliday Wine Companion. Top 16 Shiraz in Australia.