Join us for Perth’s largest Melbourne Cup fundraising event. Held in the tranquil surrounds of Kings Park, have fun with your friends, family and work colleagues. Enjoy a delicious three-course sit-down lunch with unlimited bubbles, while taking in the stunning views of Perth city and the beautiful Swan River.

This is Perth’s most spectacular Melbourne Cup lunch event for 2023.

Tuesday 7th November 2023
10.00am - 3.00pm

State Reception Centre
Fraser’s Kings Park

Tickets $195


Event Details

  • Tuesday 7th November 2023
  • Tickets $195 - SOLD OUT
  • Tables 10 to 12 are available
  • State Reception Centre, Fraser’s Kings Park
  • 10.00 am arrival for an 11.00 am start
  • Delicious three-course meal
  • Free-flowing bubbles, wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the day
  • Entertainment by Famous Sharron
  • Big screens to watch the race
  • Games, raffles, prizes and a silent auction
  • All in aid of funding cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis research

Perth it’s time to frock up at Fraser’s

You will be entertained by Famous Sharron, one of Perth’s funniest comedians. Famous Sharron is very famous for nothing at all. Seen on every TV channel, in Elle Magazine, TV Week and all over the internet. She’s the multi-award-winning Face of Wah (WA), the Glambassador for Event Cinemas – Chicks at the Flicks, ART ON THE MOVE and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

The 20th Annual Melbourne Cup will be a day of fun, fashion, silent auction, raffles and prizes.

Celebrating 20 Years

In Australia, one baby is born with cystic fibrosis every four days. Despite advances made in cystic fibrosis research, some people still need to take over 60 tables a day to control their condition and there is still no cure. 

The Melbourne Cup Lunch started as a tribute to Glenn Brown, a Kalgoorlie school boy, who sadly lost his fight to cystic fibrosis at just 15 years of age.

20 years later his memory still lives on.

Glenn Brown 1988 - 2003

Your Impact

The Melbourne Cup Lunch has raised over $564,000. Every dollar raised goes into funding research projects within Western Australia. 

The fund was established in memory of Glenn Brown, supporting research into the cause, prevention and treatment of cystic fibrosis.

Funds raised have supported 10 research projects and 46 scientists, doctors and students.

Sponsors 2023

We are thrilled to have the following sponsors join us for 2023