Once Upon a Dream | Telethon Speech & Hearing

Once Upon A Dream

You are invited……

Once Upon a Dream is to be held in two of Perth’s most exciting venues. St Georges Cathedral is playing host to the Elle fashion show. Guests will be guided through the gothic building, to enjoy canapes by Heyder & Shears while sipping French champagne. This fashion show is going beyond your wildest dreams. The grand scale of the Cathedral allows for all guests to be seated, and there are over 200 front row seats!

Now onto the AFTER PARTY. Walking across to COMO the Treasury and into the transformed Postal Hall. We are excited to announce THE ASTON SHUFFLE (DJ set) & LUKE MILLION will be taking care of the tunes, getting you up and dancing. You will be treated to substantial canapes and a dreamy dessert bar, by POST head chef Kim Brennan. And we have made sure the ever popular oyster bar is back. We have put together a beautiful beverage menu including Solerno cocktails, French Champagne, premium wine & beer.

This is your chance to be bold and dress in what ever you dream…..think fanciful, whimsical, wondrous. We want to be wowed.

We have had three hugely successful years of hosting this event raising money for Telethon Speech & Hearing. And 2017 marks Telethon’s 50th anniversary, so what better way to celebrate this milestone.

The ticket price of $250 is going direct to Telethon Speech & Hearing. An extremely worthy cause and close to our organisers hearts.

Look out for “dream moments” and spot the “dreamy figures” amongst the crowd. Will your dream come true? We look forward to seeing you on the night.

DATE: Friday, 8 September 2017


WHERE: Arrive at St. Georges Cathedral for the fashion show. The after party will continue at COMO the Treasury.

COMO THE TREASURY ROOM RATES: We have organised special room rates to be available over this weekend. Be sure to enquire ASAP, these rooms will book out fast.


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Thank you to this year’s amazing sponsors and supporters of ‘Once Upon A Dream’