Saturday, June 11, 2011

A “balance of power” lunch with the three independents?


It's one of the prizes in the Midwinter Ball charity auction.

Bid here.

Bidding closes Wednesday 5.00 pm

• The Prime Minister Julia Gillard is offering a spectacular dinner for six at The
Lodge or her Sydney residence Kirribilli House. This is a unique opportunity
for corporate Australia to dine with the nation’s leader. So far $4000

• Political junkies will love the 2010 “Campaign Blanket” – a unique piece of
behind the scenes election history - patchwork handicraft by the PM
Julia Gillard and her staff – it is 216 x 180 cm in size. So far $265

• The ball’s in the court of Opposition leader Tony Abbott who will host a
tennis lesson for one with Davis Cup Champion & Liberal MP John
Alexander. This is followed by a brunch or lunch for six people in Sydney. So far $4900

• Treasurer Wayne Swan is generously offering two people the chance to
attend the Brisbane Broncos v Gold Coast Titans rugby league match at
Suncorp Stadium on Friday July 15, 2011. Tickets and hospitality will be in
the Former Origin Greats Hospitality Box - with thanks to the Former Origin
Greats. Starting bid $3000

• The Leader of the Greens Bob Brown is offering an exclusive spring
breakfast for four in Canberra followed by a walk along Bob Brown’s
proposed Democracy Walk starting at Civic (in Canberra’s CBD) and
ending at Parliament House. Starting bid $2000

• A “balance of power” lunch or dinner for six with the three independents -
Tony Windsor, Rob Oakeshott & Bob Katter - in one of Parliament’s fine
dining rooms during a Federal Parliamentary sitting week. So far $2000

• Qantas, the Spirit of Australia, is generously offering a range of fantastic
overseas travel options for the successful bidder. Bidders can choose
from a range of travel hot spots return business class to London,
Shanghai, Johannesburg, Buenos Aires or New York. So far $5900

Buy yourself a piece of the action, for charity.


Senexx said...

Balance of Power & Wayne Swan sound great to me but I can't afford to bid/donate to any of them.

And after the last debacle who would trust Abbott - did he ever give that guy a surf lesson? Then again he doesn't have to do anything in this one.

Peter Martin said...

Abbott eventually did give the surf lesson.

Anonymous said...

Can't look or listen to her on TV - she'd have to pay me not vice vicer - besides I'm saving up to pay the forthcoming Carbon Tax

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