Muso to bring star power to long dinner

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The Emma Gorge Longest Dinner returns to Kunnurra for the Ord Valley Muster.
Camera IconThe Emma Gorge Longest Dinner returns to Kunnurra for the Ord Valley Muster. Credit: El Questro, Supplied

An intimate performance by Dan Sultan will headline a special addition to the 2018 Ord Valley Muster’s calendar — the Emma Gorge Longest Dinner.

Following the success of El Questro’s 25th season longest dinner, the Emma Gorge Longest Dinner will be a part of the Ord Valley Muster calendar for the first time on Monday, May 14.

Situated on the Emma Gorge runway under the outback sky, the event will kick off with canapes and drinks in the early evening, before moving onto a three-course meal prepared on-site using local produce.

Victoria-based musician Dan Sultan will perform an acoustic set during the dinner in what is set to be the highlight of the evening.

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Sultan said he was thrilled to be returning to one of his favourite places in Australia, the Kimberley, and said he had a host of longstanding favourites and exciting new music in mind for the one-off event.

It is anticipated the inaugural Emma Gorge Longest Dinner will be one of the most popular events on the muster calendar and people are urged to get in quick to secure their seat.

El Questro general manager Lori Litwack said the event would offer guests an incredible opportunity to wine and dine in the middle of the outback, while being serenaded by an Australian music star.

“The longest dinner is set to be El Questro’s highlight of the year and provides a timely reason to visit the heart of the Kimberley,” she said.

“We know guests will embrace this experience and hope to make this event an annual addition to the muster calendar.”

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