SW chefs' lunch a tasty treat

Cooler temperatures prevailed on the Bunbury waterfront for this year’s Chefs’ Long Table Lunch, making perfect conditions for the iconic event, which was a big success catering for over 450 guests.

Joe Hadar and his team whipped up some tasty pizzas for starters. Picture: David Bailey

While being wined and dined with local produce, guests were mesmerised by magician Robbie T as he drifted around the marquee, showing off his tricks.

Chefs from the Australian Navy joined Don Hancey to cook up a storm for guests. Picture: David Bailey

This year’s major beneficiaries included Bunbury Museum Heritage Centre, Melanoma WA and the Royal Flying Doctor Service Flying 1000, with the Bunbury Historical Society, Bunbury Men’s Shed, Hands Up 4 Kids and the South West Wind and Jazz Orchestra also benefitting from the event.

Chef’s Long Table Lunch founding committee member Leonie Kershaw said the team of more than 70 volunteers did an amazing job. Picture: David Bailey

Full report and pictures in tomorrow's Bunbury Herald and social pictures in Thursday's South Western Times.


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