Aloft Hotel Rivervale
Saturday 6th August 2022 From 6-30pm to11-00pm
The Presentation Dinner starts with pre-dinner drinks at 6-30pm and moves into dinner at 7-00pm. From 7-00pm the Dj takes over as M/C and later moves into DJ mode. Taking dancing and the good times up to 11-00pm.
Dress code is Jackets for the Gents and Cocktail attire for the Ladies.
6-30-7-00pm: Welcoming pre-dinner complementary drinks will be served with a choice of sparkling wine, beer, or soft drink.
7-00-8-00pm: Dinner featuring the Aloft delicious Alfresco three course menu with spectacular views from roof top ballroom
8-00-8-30pm: Following dinner there will be the main event of the evening, presentation of the JCCWA trophy’s.
8-30-9-00pm: Dessert and coffee is served.
9-30-11-00pm: The DJ takes over and swings the night away with humour, music, and dancing.
This is the JCCWA premier event for 2021 so we would like you to consider coming along to have some fun and be involved with this prestigious event. To make this event more affordable for all members the committee have decided to cap the price for members and partners at $80 per person and $95 per person for your guests should they wish to attend.
Should you wish to stay the night room prices are as follows. Exclusive rates for the Jaguar Club of WA are available at $220 including breakfast for 2, $205 including breakfast for 1 or $190 excluding breakfast for Aloft King. Check-in from 3 PM onwards and check-out at 11 AM. Valid Photo ID and credit card required for check in.
Early check in requests are subject to availability on the day of arrival. Luggage storage prior to check in is available with our Front Desk team. Street Parking is available within the hotel vicinity or at the Wilson Secure Car Park adjacent to Aloft Perth. Please contact email@example.com with any further queries.
Should this event for reasons outside the control of the JCCWA (Covid lockdown etc. ) be cancelled less than seven days prior to the event. Registrants will be refunded only to the extent that the JCCWA is not committed to make payments to service providers.