EEAA members bring out their inner child at Luna Park Event

EEAA members congregated at Luna Park's Coney Island Sydney last Tuesday for an evening of food, drinks, networking and a bit of childhood revelry.

Members of the Exhibition and Event Association of Australia (EEAA ) congregated at Luna Park’s Coney Island  in Sydney last Tuesday (25 May) for an evening of food, drinks, networking and a bit of childhood revelry.

Brooke Rigby and Ian Ferguson from Harry the Hirer and Angela Sciacca from Reed Exhibitions enjoyed a chat over some drinks.

Granted exclusive use of all the rides at Coney Island, guests took turns on the giant slides, visited the Mirror Maze and held on to each other for dear life on the Joy Wheel.

In between the theme park thrills, tours of Luna Park were given to showcase the park’s event facilities, Crystal Palace and the Big Top.

Dylan Craig, Sydney Showground, secured his post as last man standing, Simon Hazelbrook, Boating Industry Association and Sean Goldrick, Charter security, held on for few more seconds and Thomas Armati (right), Micro Hire.

A bottle of champagne was awarded to Dylan Craig for being the last remaining on the Joy Wheel, while Fiona Morris from Diversified was awarded dinner for two at Luna Park’s most scenic spot, the Deck, Milson’s Point.


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