The FATFA conference dinner will be in Ayers House, on North Terrace opposite the Botanic Gardens, in the Ballroom on Saturday 1st October.
6:30pm arrive for start at 7pm, drink package begins at 6:30pm
10:00pm Drinks Package finishes
Ayers House holds a special place in the hearts of South Australians, more than a treasured icon, it’s a home filled with 160 years of memories. Just a decade after the state’s inception in 1834, Town Acre no. 30 was bought by William Paxton. Sir Henry Ayers arrived in 1840 from England to make his fortune and fortunately for us he did! Ayers leased the property from his friend for 16 years before finally securing the sale in1871 and created the House as it stands today, enlisting Kingston as an architect to style a Colonial Victorian house of grand proportions. Kingston’s mark is not only on this house but Adelaide as a whole; he surveyed the city site and was the chief designer of Adelaide city for Colonial William Light, the founder of Adelaide.
The dinner will consist of three courses, fixed entrée and dessert, choice of two mains (vegetarian, gluten free catered for) and drinks included- $100.
It promises to be a lovely evening in elegant surroundings!
Suggested wine regions for you to explore at your liberty
Following the conference on Sunday 2 October 2016, we will be offering a half day tour to the McLaren Vale wine region.
Barossa Valley - http://www.barossa.com/
McLaren Vale - https://mclarenvale.info/
Clare Valley - http://www.clarevalley.com.au/
Keep checking this page for more info as it comes to hand.