Win 2 tickets to High Tea with Kerry Greenwood in Victoria

1 Posted by - 31 August 2013 - Special offers

And the winner of the 2 tickets for High Tea with Kerry Greenwood is Merron Riddiford! Congratulations!

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Here’s your chance to enjoy an elegant Sunday afternoon High Tea with author of the “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries” stories Kerry Greenwood as she launches the 20th Miss Fisher adventure, Murder and Mendelssohn.

Held in the gardens and event marquee of the beautiful heritage-listed Eynesbury Homestead, partake in delicate savouries, delicious sweets and perhaps a refreshing drink or two!

We have a double pass to the High Tea to give away to one lucky Miss Fisher fan. To go into the draw:

Simply tell us your favourite Phryne Fisher book in a comment on this post

And you and a friend could be supping with Kerry Greenwood herself! Where will this tea for two be?

When: 2-6pm, 6th October 2013
Where: Eynesbury Homestead, Eynesbury Road, Victoria 3338

And if you don’t win our double pass, don’t fear! Tickets are available for $95 per person – click here to book

For more information contact Emma by:
Email: esutcliffe[at]eynesbury.com.au, or
Phone: 03 9971 0419.

Proudly presented by Eynesbury Homestead, Inside History magazine and Allen & Unwin

Click image to book and more information

Click image to book and more information

Terms and conditions:
Entries close 6pm, 20/09/13. One name will be drawn from the entries received and the winner notified via email by 23/09/13. Entrants must be aged 18 and over. Prize is not redeemable for cash. Travel to the event is not included. The winner’s name will be published on this post and on the Inside History magazine facebook page.

13 Comments

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    Anne Young 16 September 2013 - 6:08 pm Reply

    I have enjoyed all the mysteries :) I was pleasantly surprised to find a collection of short stories in the airport once which was a great way to while away my flight – they included some lovely recipes too. Perhaps my favourite was when Phryne travelled by P and O (Death by Water) – I really enjoyed the descriptions of ship board life and of the ship.

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    Peter McDonough 17 September 2013 - 8:44 pm Reply

    Murder on the Ballarat Train

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    Nancee Biviano 17 September 2013 - 8:54 pm Reply

    Murder on the Ballarat Train.

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    Jo H 18 September 2013 - 7:17 am Reply

    Death by Water

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    Vivian Di Biasi 18 September 2013 - 10:19 am Reply

    Murder on the Ballarat Train

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    Rocky Dibiasi 18 September 2013 - 10:20 am Reply

    You can’t go pass Murder on the Ballarat Train, a fantastic book.

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    Vivian Di Biasi 18 September 2013 - 3:22 pm Reply

    I loved Murder on the Ballarat Train.

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    Catherine 18 September 2013 - 3:37 pm Reply

    I quite liked the interesting mix of characters, including the surrealists, in Dead Man’s Chest. Also nice to see Phryne’s little family get away on holidays and Ruth showing great promise as a budding chef :)

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    Nola Brooks 20 September 2013 - 12:33 pm Reply

    My favourite book is Raisins and Almonds where Kerry visually recreates the Eastern Market and cleverly unmasks the culprit with a song. Another innocent saved with style, wit & flair.

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    Elizabeth Davey 20 September 2013 - 1:45 pm Reply

    Death by Water

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    William 20 September 2013 - 8:40 pm Reply

    It would be definitely some awesome experiences I thought. Great, have a good day.

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    Merron Riddiford 26 September 2013 - 12:02 am Reply

    Thank you so much Inside History. I am so excited and looking forward to stepping back into the 1920s…love the fashion.

    • avatar
      Cassie Mercer 26 September 2013 - 9:35 am Reply

      You’re very welcome, it will be a lovely afternoon! Emma Sutcliffe from Eynesbury Homestead will be touch soon with all the details :)

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