Luxury Event In Flemington Birdcage

If you want to up your party, signing up with a marquee hire in Sydney is one of the most effective way to do it. A marquee makes a party more luxurious but in the case of the Flemington Birdcage event, the marquee is only one of the things to look forward to. There are displays of luxury watches and diamonds, worth $2 million, guards are on duty 24 hours during the length of the event and there is a marquee with a yacht inside spanning 59 foot.

This is considered as the contest for the best tents, the yearly competition where all racing corporate ad sponsors are doing everything they can in order to stand out among other participants. There are a total of 28 marquees installed inside the Birdcage located in Flemington. The media were given an exclusive view of the site.

With the promise of sponsorship provided t the Oaks, Kennedy which is a watch retailer brand, was given the grand entrance. Kennedy is the first marquee that can be found inside the Birdcage. They have a display of jewels and luxury watches worth $2 million and guards are on duty to guard these gems until the Stakes Day is over.

For guests who love snakes, a snake charmer is present with her two crawlies named Ursa and Wanda. The theme of this year’s event is Parisian hotel. There are bellboys present on site, including Robyn Lawley who is known as the curviest model in the world, to give greetings to the guests. Guest list includes Karl Stefanovic, the host of Today, together with Jasmine Yarbrough, his partner, Melissa George, Priscilla Presley and Usain Bolt who is known as the champion sprinter.

Present in the event is a luxury yacht cruise which was placed on the site with the help of a crane weighing 250 tonnes. Maritimo, the boat builder on the Gold Coast lent them the boat. It was given the blessing by model ShaninaShaik who is also a Mumm Ambassador.

While this party may be hard to level with, renting a marquee hire in Sydney will surely make any occasion remarkable than ever.

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