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Accor Tees Up Charity Golf Day At Novotel Barossa Valley

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Novotel Barossa Valley Resort will be hosting a golf tournament day to raise much needed funds for Mission Australia through AccorHotels’ Race to Survive fundraising initiative and event.


Accor Tees Up Charity Golf Day At Novotel Barossa Valley

In conjunction with Tanunda Pines Golf Club, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is giving golfers of any level of expertise the opportunity to participate in a great day of golf in the beautiful wine region of the Barossa Valley on Friday the 19th of June. Registration starts at 8am with a shotgun start at 9am.

Not only will guests be able to enjoy the beautifully scenic setting of the course but there will also be live comedy performances, door prizes, accommodation packages, silent auctions, raffles and much more.

Teams of four are encouraged to register and support Mission Australia. The cost is $380 per team or $95 per team member and includes 9 holes of golf, breakfast, lunch, refreshments during the day and comedic entertainment. For those who aren’t all the keen on golf but are still keen to support a good cause, lunch and a live comedy performance can be enjoyed for only $50.

For further information and to enter a team, contact Deanna Schumacher or Christy Nordin on 08 8524 0030 or email [email protected] 

For the fourth year, AccorHotels will be supporting Mission Australia with its Race to Survive adventure challenge which aims to raise $600,000 for the charity.

Funds collected from Novotel’s charity golf day will go towards Accor’s Race to Survive: Kokoda Track event, where money raised goes to support Mission Australia to help combat homelessness, empower youth, strengthen families and provide pathways to employment for disadvantaged Australians.

The AccorHotels Race to Survive: Kokoda Trail event will be held in the Gold Coast hinterlands from 14-16 October and aims to raise over $600,000 for Mission Australia to help disadvantaged Australians change their lives, with 10% of the funds raised also going to the Kokoda Youth Foundation.

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