Office Christmas parties and depleting budgets

October 16, 2009 at 10:16 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
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Are you one of those employers who are harried by the financial pressures and problems of recession and are having to resort to cutting expenses and trimming budgets? Then the time that you dread most is fast approaching – the time for Christmas and year-end parties.

Christmas is a time which employees in any organisation generally look forward to.  So what if the budget is down? It still pays to have an office Christmas Party. Meeting each other socially and forgetting personal grudges at least for the time being along with the general anticipation of a great New Year help to improve camaraderie and goodwill among the members of the organisation.

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Sydney offers several venues to hold your Christmas Party, each with its own specialties and features. However, a Sydney Harbour cruise would be the best of venues, as it comes naturally with a package of spectacular views of the harbour and the excitement of a cruise.

The luxury and comfort of the Magistic Lunch and Dinner as well as Extended Lunch Cruises and the live entertainment provided on the Sydney Showboats like cabaret shows and jazz bands are guaranteed to make your function unique. And the group discounts offered for all their cruise options, with bigger groups earning higher discounts, you can not only have the proverbial cake but eat it too with the icing and all!

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Breakfast on the world’s most famous bridge

October 6, 2009 at 6:08 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments
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As one of the most exceptional events of Crave Sydney, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, one of the world’s most famous and one of the world’s most easily recognized icons, will become a picnic location for about 6,000 people from around Sydney and even far away. This event, a declaration of the amazing attitude and lifestyle of Sydney and its people, happens on October 25, Sunday. Multitudes of fun-loving people, in an expression of celebration of life, will pack loads of yummy delights into their picnic baskets, fold their rugs under their arms and pick whatever they can to add to their fun and go on a picnic to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. They will share their food, their happiness, fun and laughter and do everything else that folks enjoy doing on a picnic such as just lying back and relaxing, or perhaps reading a book or playing a few games with others on the bridge, and they will enjoy the exhilaration and feel proud of being part of the incredible event.

Sydney Harbor Bridge
The sad news is that the organisers have announced the registrations to have now closed. If you have registered and if you are lucky to be chosen as one of the 6,000 participants of the event, you will be notified of it by October 12, 2009. The happy news is that the fun doesn’t have to end with the breakfast. You can carry the excitement further with a lunch cruise or a dinner cruise around the Sydney Harbour, or a cruise on one of the spectacular showboats for a whole package of food, fun and entertainment!

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