Step back in time at this year’s 4th annual Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball at Walter Peak and support conservation in Tamatea/ Dusky Sound, Fiordland National Park.
Conservation is an intrinsic part of Real Journeys heritage and 100% of ticket sales this year go towards the Cooper Island Restoration Project.
When Māori and Captain James Cook lived and explored the Dusky Sound area some 240 years ago, the area was thriving with unique and native wildlife. Join the mission to eradicate the introduced pests and bring back the birdsong, at a specially-designed 3-course gourmet dinner at the Colonel’s Homestead Restaurant.
Date & Times
- Saturday 4 August 2018
- 6pm - midnight
- Departs: Steamer Wharf, Queenstown
- Location: Colonel's Homestead Restaurant, Walter Peak
- Cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak High Country Farm on the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw
- Canapes and bubbles on arrival - onboard TSS Earnslaw
- Three-course gourmet dinner created by Executive Chef Mauro Battaglia at the Colonel's Homestead Restaurant
- Selection of New Zealand beers and wines
- Live entertainment - including local band LA Social
- Live auction
- Silent auction
- Mystery raffle
- Travel back to Steamer Wharf on exclusive midnight steamship cruise.
- Black tie with historical twist
- Tickets: Only two tables remaining - get in quick by booking online, call +64 3 442 5075 or email Sarah.
- View images from the previous "Birds of a Feather" charity events
- Tables are of 10 guests
- Price $280 per adult
- "Save the date" flyer
- As this is a charity evening, in the event of a cancellation no refunds will be issued. However if you wish to transfer the names on your ticket to others, then please contact us immediately, so that we can update our guest list and seating plans.
Real Journeys is involved in other conservation projects - learn more here.