Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea this year at Yarra Point Business Center, 1 Point Park Crescent, Docklands, Victoria 3008 25.5.2023 @ 10:30am

The Cancer Council is a charity close to my heart and I started fundraising for them in 2017 due to my darling husband being diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer more than nine years ago, he was given one year to live and was one of the lucky ones due to being accepted on a cancer trial. For this we will be forever grateful and Brian has gone on to live a happy life with me.

For many others sadly the survival rate is very low and even though it has climbed from 8% – 12 % there are many that aren’t so lucky. I support Cancer Council yearly raising funds with others throughout Australia for cancer research. 

This year I will be hosting my Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea in Yarra Point Business Center. This is a community event and whilst held at Yarra Point it is open to residents of Yarra Point and Yarra’s Edge and friends.

There will be coffee/tea and sweet and savoury delights donated plus a cuppa of coffee or tea. Donations will be greatly received upon entry.

We will be holding a raffle for attendees so do bring some cash with you. Raffle tickets will be one for $5 or 5 for $20.

Our wonderful raffle prizes donated are: 


In2Tech – Tech support for 3 hours (valued +$500)

Photo shoot

Blush Creative – Glamour or corporate photo shoot inc glass of bubbly,

pre-photo shoot wardrobe consult & professional make-up 3 diff hairstyles and 3 seperate photo shoots & looks over 4hours. (valued $450)


The Stevie Wonder Story – At the Palms at Crown – Double Pass (Valued $193.60)

F & B

Atta – Dinner for two

Celebrity Cars Melbourne – Classic Jaguar Mk VII chauffeur driven to take you to dinner at Atta.

DD’s Kitchen – Dinner for two

Horn & Hoof – 3 course Dinner for two (valued $198)

The Esspressionist – 2 x brunches for two

JESS Catering Services – Gift hamper with chocs and more.

Sassone Cucina – Gift Voucher

Eighteen Pence Lane – Gift Voucher

Urban Hub – Dimple 12yr old blended scotch whisky (700ml)

Pizza Societe – 10 x $20 Gift vouchers

Rob Dolan – 2 x 2 Wine and Cheese flights (valued $198)

City Residential – Wine & glasses hamper


Engage Jewellery – Silver & pearl earrings (valued at $200)


Well Power One – Pamper hamper

Docklands Health – Gift Voucher against Chiro, Physio & Massage

PH Balance for Life @ Docklands Health – Gift voucher against Kinesio, Reiki or Crystal healing

JUSTINTIME – Gift voucher for personal training, Fitness assessment & Home/Gym program designed

Julie Girdwood-Downs & Ian Downs in loving memory of their daughter Hayley who passed away in 2018 at the age of 35yrs – Kind donation of 1 hour full body massage at Beauty by Dita ($100)

Victoria Harbour Pharmacy – Luxury Hamper


Champainting – Paint & Sip for 2

Karen Sutherland ART – A3 Statement piece  representing the colours of cancer.

If you can’t attend please follow the link and donate today: Click here

Too many lives have been lost. and too many are fighting their fight. Let’s raise our cups and together we’ll beat cancer!

If you need some inspiration for what to bring with you. Try making the Cancer Council Zucchini Slice.

Here’s how you make it… 

Serves: 8
Dietary fibre per serve: 4g Preparation time: 30 minutes Cook time: 45 minutes


• 5 eggs
• 2 medium zucchinis, grated
• 200g butternut pumpkin, grated • 1 tin reduced-salt corn kernels
• 1 medium brown onion, peeled and diced


1. Preheat oven to 200°C (180°C fan forced) for 10 minutes.

2. Whisk eggs in a medium bowl.

3. In a large bowl combine vegetables, egg, flour, cheese, herbs and pepper.

4. Add eggs and stir mixture until well combined.


• 2 tsp dried mixed herbs
• 3⁄4 cup wholemeal self-raising flour • 1 cup reduced-fat grated
cheddar cheese
• Pepper to taste
• Olive or canola oil spray

5. Spray a large baking dish with oil. Pour in mixture and flatten.

6. Bake for 40-45 minutes or until firm and golden brown.

7. Rest in the pan for 10 minutes before cutting into 8 slices.


• Make it gluten-free by substituting 1⁄2 cup of wholemeal self-raising flour for 1⁄2 cup gluten-free self-raising flour.

• Try swapping pumpkin for carrot or sweet potato.

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