Annual Chinese Developer Cocktail Party

Our Annual Chinese Developer Cocktail Party was held on Friday 11th October in the Terrace Room at the stunning Maritime Museum.

120 distinguished guests were in attendance and enjoyed the magnificent view of Sydney’s Darling Harbour. On arrival guests were served French Martini’s along with   delicious canapes.  A dumpling station, paella station and scrumptious deserted station were also on hand along with selection of wines and beverages.

Our Entertainment featured the talented roaming Magicians Fung & Vincent performing close-up magic from The Black Ties. They had everyone in awe and amazed at how they carried out their magic manoeuvres.

Meanwhile a panel of caricature artists were sketching our guests in cartoon style pictures. This was a big hit!

All night long we were entertained by the amazing music of Jordan and Penny playing along to their fabulous acoustic upbeat setlist.

A big thank you to our major suppliers Parisi, Fisher & Paykel and Gaggenau who sponsored this great night.

To view more photos from the event, please click here.

Thank you to Adam from Adam Crews Photography for the terrific photos!


Contact Info

Sydney - Taren Point
(NSW Commercial Head Office)

15-21 Atkinson Road
Taren Point NSW 2229

PO Box 2359
Taren Point NSW 2229

Phone: (02) 9710 4155
Fax: (02) 9710 4166
[email protected]

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