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Wine in the Lab makes for a sensational new team building program!

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Don Lewis Narelle King Scott Estrich launch Corporate Blend Off

Tar & Roses wine-makers Don Lewis and Narelle King met Scott from BushLab in Brisbane recently to share a glass of Tempranillo and celebrate the launch of the BushLab Corporate Blend-Off program.  The wine-makers were in town as part of a master-class tour to show-case the grape variety’s prowess in Australia.  They proudly support the wine teambuilding program launched by BushLab, believing it is a great way for conference teams to test their wine skills and work together to produce results.  Tar and Roses supply the wines for each program, as well as their ‘secret’ blending formulas that make their wines such a market success.  The program is available at conference venues and function rooms across Noosa and the Sunshine Coast.  Explore the Corporate Blend-Off program

New BushLab website launched!

New BushLab website launched!

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BushLab launched a new website this month, showcasing our unique and exciting programs in a fun, easy to surf and superfast web.  Most importantly, the web is designed for quick access to all the most important facts for any event or conference organiser.  We recognise that quick time and facts are critical to these very busy and organized people, so that they can make their decisions and complete their planning in the shortest and most productive time.  Further, the website offers social media feeds so that any current related news is found.  Website creators White Space Media in Sunshine Beach have been critical in providing the support and administration to this project.

BushLab supports NAIDOC in Laidley

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Children at Laidley NAIDOC didj workshop

Scott celebrated indigenous culture on NAIDOC day with a free public concert and workshop, at the inaugural festival at Laidley, west of Brisbane.  Markets for food and indigenous products lined the park, and locals from near and far joined to hear local musicians and tributes.  Scott played a concert of traditional and modern sounds to pay his respects to local custodians as well as to all indigenous Australians and culture.  In the afternoon a fun free workshop was held to teach the basics of good didj playing to children and adults alike.  Senior elder “Aunty” Therese Webster gave thanks to Scott for his contributions with a Certificate of Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait

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