Principal's Message | Dr Michael Carroll
Dear members of the Terrace Family,
I begin this edition of the Terrace News by thanking and congratulating the many staff, parents/caregivers and students who were involved in Open Day on Monday. There were large numbers of visitors to the College during the afternoon and they were treated to a wonderful display of the wide range of experiences and opportunities available at Terrace. My special thanks to the students who helped showcase the College. Well done to all involved.
The Edmund Rice Mass provided an opportunity to launch the new Eddie’s Van – a symbol of our work at the margins of our local community. The van, along with the many volunteers involved in the outreach program, serves those at the margins each morning by providing breakfast and bringing together a diverse range of people from within the Terrace Family. We were able to purchase the new Eddie’s Van through the generous support provided at the Long Lunch in 2019. While that may seem a long time ago, your generous support will enable Terrace to continue its important mission.
Congratulations to all those involved in the Middle School Musical. Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat was a wonderful show and highlighted the diversity of talent within the Terrace Family. Similarly, congratulations to the boys involved in the combined All Hallows’ School and Terrace Senior Musical Freaky Friday – The Musical. Both productions were a credit to the students and staff involved. Well done.
Terrace welcomes Toowoomba Grammar School to Tennyson this weekend as we celebrate our inaugural GPS Indigenous Round. As Terrace strives to be a place of inclusion, the opportunity to acknowledge our indigenous history and connection is very important. Games will commence with a ‘Welcome to Country’ and there will be a focus on our Indigenous origins at the halftime break of the 1st Football game.
This Saturday will also allow the community to taste our new Merlo Timor coffee from the new Kolega Cafe operating at Tennyson. The Terrace Timor Network has officially launched a new partnership with Merlo Coffee to source and supply a Kolega Timor Coffee. My special thanks to Dean Merlo and his staff for their outstanding support and generosity. The Merlo Kolega Coffee is a Timorese single-origin peaberry coffee, with profits from sales being directed back to the people in Timor-Leste via the TTN. The coffee used at Tennyson will now exclusively be the Merlo Kolega Coffee. Kolega coffee can be ordered via the Merlo website or through this link and will be delivered to you the following day. By ordering this coffee you are supporting the TTN who contribute financially to a range of social and economic initiatives in Timor. Come along on Saturday, have a great coffee and consider changing your current home and work coffee to the new Merlo Kolega Coffee.
Students in Years 5, 7 and 9 undertook their NAPLAN testing this week. After being cancelled in 2020, it was pleasing to see how the students approached the testing program this year. My thanks to the many staff involved in the preparation and staging of these tests. The results will be available in August/September this year.
I mentioned earlier this year that the College has launched its new Strategic Plan – Towards 150. Over the coming weeks, I will expand on the Priority Areas outlined in the document. However, this week I will focus on the College’s new Mission and Vision Statements and outline the five Priority Areas.
As a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition, we inspire young men in their lifelong pursuit of knowledge, humility and wisdom through a liberating Catholic education that is informed by the life of Blessed Edmund Rice.
As the Terrace Family, we commit to the formation and education of young men who will make a difference through service of God, the community and each other.
As a future focused learning community with a strong tradition, we will continue to develop and enhance these priority areas over 2021 - 2025, with the College Leadership Team determining focus areas for each year. These actions will be detailed in Implementation Plans and reported on annually, before ultimately measuring and reviewing in 2025.
Each of these Priority Areas will be further explained in the Terrace News over the coming weeks.
Have a great week and enjoy the Merlo Kolega Timor Coffee at Tennyson.
Deputy Principal | Mr Damien Fall
We hosted Open Day on Monday afternoon, and while this is usually an annual event, the pandemic and construction projects in recent years meant we were unable to hold Open Day in 2020 and 2018. No doubt these missed years only add to the interest in the opportunity to spend some time inside the College to view and understand the myriad of opportunities provided at Terrace. We had close to 2000 online registrations before the event, and we certainly hosted a large crowd at what was an outstanding showcase for the College. Parents are understandably keen to know which school is best for their children and are more diligent than ever in weighing up whether a school is the right fit. We enjoy the opportunity to provide families with the opportunity to investigate all we have to offer and to answer enquiries about topics such as our points of difference, how we get the best out of students or how we define success. Not only do we welcome prospective families, but many of our current families also take the rare opportunity to have a close look around. Such events require an enormous amount of planning, time and energy and I want to extend the sincere thanks of the College to those who contributed to the success of the day, namely:
- The Maintenance staff for their rapid tidying, setup and pack up.
- Our Communications team for their organisation, advertising, registration and publications.
- Our enrolments team and their assistants for their efforts before and during the event.
- Music, Culture and Sport personnel for the entertainment and interactive displays.
- Our Pastoral team for coordinating tours and student involvement.
- Teaching staff who helped with academic presentations, displays and warm words.
- Our Parent Support Groups for their energy and involvement.
- The staff who set up, staffed displays, tidied up and the myriad of other jobs that took place.
- All those who came along to enjoy the event and passed on their commendations.
Open Day is a wonderful community event, and we are very pleased to be able to gather such a variety of people on this occasion. If all goes well, we look forward to being able to proceed again next year.
By now, parents and caregivers will have received a link to complete a survey asking for feedback about the recent Parent/Teacher Interviews - accessible here. The College is very keen to gather as much data as possible about these interviews so we might make modifications or improvements. We would be most appreciative if you would take a minute or two to complete the survey, even if you did not attend any interviews this time. Many thanks in anticipation of your assistance with this.
Dean of Identity | Mr Terry Thompson
Inaugural Indigenous Round – Terrace vs Toowoomba Grammar School
The Indigenous Round is part of our commitment to walk in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through acknowledgement of their contribution and stewardship of the land and culture we have today. As a College, we challenge ourselves to live our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) authentically and with enthusiasm.
In 2020, St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace had its RAP ratified by Reconciliation Australia. As part of the greater efforts by Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA), Terrace is focused on the reconciliation and celebration of our history and culture led by and lived by our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
As a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition, and in conjunction with EREA, St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace values, respects and formally acknowledges the unique place and contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the Traditional Owners of our nation’s Land.
Through collaborative and respectful partnerships, the College is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment and to offering a quality and culturally enriching education for all young people.
St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace is committed to furthering reconciliation and valuing the wisdom and experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by deepening an understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives throughout the curriculum and the cultural life of the College.
In the lead up to National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June), Terrace will be hosting an Indigenous Round as part of the GPS Competitions to be held this Saturday 15 May (Round 4) for Tennis and Football. All teams will participate in an Acknowledgement of Country at the commencement of their matches. During the 1st XI match, we will have a presentation and Welcome to Country by elders of Jagera country on which Tennyson exists, and special celebrations at halftime. We hope to see you there.
Live Jesus in our Hearts…Forever.
Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy
Last Friday, I spoke to a group of Year 7 boys about their recent camp experience at the Brother Buckley Outdoor Education Centre. The feedback was positive, and the boys are already looking forward to next year’s camp. Our Student Formation program is designed to assist the students in their development into well-rounded young men; a philosophy that underpins our sequential Outdoor Education program. The Maroon staff offer an excellent range of experiences and challenges for the Year 7 classes, which helps them connect as a House group.
Last week, our Year 8 students commenced their camp program. The students are given the opportunity to enhance skills such as leadership, empathy, resilience and teamwork. During the retreat component of the camp, our retreat leaders and House Deans focus on developing positive relationships. A part of this process includes a presentation on personal boundaries and unpacks the concept of 'consent'. I encourage parents and caregivers of our Year 8 students to ask their sons about this section of the retreat for further discussion at home. We wish our Year 8s well in the positive challenges ahead this term.
On Monday, our Year 11 students had the opportunity to put their best foot forward by conducting the Open Day tours for our visitors to the College. As always, the feedback was very complimentary. The ability to engage with members of the public in a meaningful manner is an aspect of our Senior leadership that the College values. A sincere thank you to the Year 11 cohort for their fine service on Monday.
Next Thursday, our Cross Country team will participate in the GPS Cross Country championships at Limestone Park in Ipswich. The team has prepared well for this event, and I know they are looking forward to the challenge. The College will be sending our Year 9 students along to support the runners. A reminder that they will be required to wear their formal school uniform, which includes the white shirt.
I have been reasonably pleased with the uniform on Saturdays but continue to ask that any student wishing to remain behind to watch the 1st XI at Tennyson this weekend also change into their formal uniform.
Finally, I would like to promote a father and teenage son weekend from 25-27 June that is being run by an external group called ‘men ALIVE - Growing Good Men’. ‘Growing Good Men’ is an experiential-based program that encourages and enables fathers and sons to strengthen their relationship and to explore important issues of growing into manhood. It is designed for fathers and their adolescent sons aged 12-17 years (school years 7-12). More information can be found here Growing Good Men.
Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer
The boys are at a busy point in the term, with many assignments due and exams on the horizon. The Sport and Cultural programs are in the middle of their respective seasons and preseason training for Term 3 programs is well underway. Therefore, it is vitally important that students are organised and following their study plans in order to maximise their available study time.
At this busy time, it is easy to leave study and revision until later in the term. However, this can produce a gap in a student’s knowledge in exam subjects that is difficult to recover from. One solution is to complete small, yet consistent time for study/revision. Students should study for 10-20 min for each subject every night before working on assignment subjects.
Other avenues for assistance can be found through staff tutoring and Study Group (Years 11 and 12). Students can make appointments for staff tutoring with their teacher or the scheduled tutor times can be found on the College App. Study Group (Years 11 and 12) occurs every afternoon from 3.15 – 5.30pm. Any Senior student is welcome to work under the supervision of a recent Old Boy.
Years 9 and 10 students are being asked to select either History or Geography for Semester 2. An email has been sent to all Years 9 and 10 parents and students with instructions on how to make their selection. Students are directed to discuss their choice with their parents and make their selection online via the email link. If there are issues with accessing the online selection, please contact the Studies Office.
The 2021 NAPLAN testing program was completed this week. Terrace completed the whole program offline. Thank you to all the students involved in giving their best effort in the four exams over the three days of testing.
Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking
We will be holding Public Speaking workshops over the next two weeks. The response to these workshops has been overwhelming. If your son is unable to attend, please contact Ms Clarke: BridgetClarke@terrace.qld.edu.au – as we have a waitlist.
We are hopeful Public Speaking competitions will resume shortly.
Middle School Musical – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
It is feedback such as the below that helps us know our audience enjoyed the production. The Opening Night standing ovation was also a great indication!
Thank you to the Terrace Family who supported us with three sold-out performances! We could not ask for any more.
I loved it! Just a total joy to watch. My congratulations to the cast and creatives who made it happen.
What a magnificent closing night. It was the start of my Mother’s Day celebration and what a start it was. To see so much talent from these young men was inspiring.
Well done to the organising team and the performers. What a mind blowing performance by our boys.
You put on a fun and fabulous show. You could tell the boys were enjoying it, and the music, acting and dancing were all wonderful!
The show was awesome!
I had never sung by myself before I auditioned for the Middle School Musical Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. It was my first time being on the stage and in a musical. I was nervous but wanted to give it a go. I never could have dreamed about being given the role of Joseph.
I had hoped that I would meet some new friends and I did. Everyone was really friendly, and the teachers helped me learn what to do.
Before going on stage, I was nervous but excited too. I thought my heart would jump out of my chest but once the music started, I felt ready for the show. It was great to know that by doing all our rehearsals we were ready to perform.
Coming off the stage each night was an amazing feeling – it was like winning a Grand Final!! I would encourage other students to Answer the Call and have a go. You never know you might find out you can sing or meet some new friends and you will have a lot of fun along the way.
A musical I would like to do in the future would be The Greatest Showman – it is a great story and has great songs too - Stirling Mattes (Year 5) – “Joseph”
On behalf of our Production team – thank you to the many staff and parents who assisted behind the scenes. A special note of appreciation to Mrs Michelle Williams and Mrs Tanya O’Meally who created and organised our wardrobe (neither of these parents had sons in our production). It would be remiss of me not to acknowledge the costumes created by Tanya over the past decade. With her third son graduating this year, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is the last musical that will have Tanya’s creations front and centre. We thank you, Tanya, for your support of our program and the humble way you have slipped into each production, sharing your skills and talents so freely.
All Hallows’ Musical – Freaky Friday
The All Hallows’ musical, Freaky Friday, performed an amazing three shows. The cast rehearsed twice a week from the beginning of Term 1, working hard to make the production as professional and enjoyable as possible. Under the direction of Ms Wall, Ms Patterson, and Ms Pearn, the show came together and was performed in front of a live audience. Having missed out on performing live due to COVID in 2020, it was a fantastic experience to perform to two sell-out audiences on Friday and Saturday. It was an honour to play one of the lead characters in this performance and to be able to be on stage alongside the rest of the amazing cast.
Alex Buswell – Year 10
QDU Debating enters the final round before the finals. It has been a successful season so far, which may result in Terrace teams debating against each other.
The Junior QDU competition starts next month for the Years 5-7 students. Please check your schedules to ensure you attend all training sessions.
Thank you to all our musicians who participated in the 2021 Open Day. This event was held under clear skies and certainly showcased the Cultural side of Terrace well.
Support Group meetings
The next DSG and TPA meetings will be Tuesday 25 May. Support Group meetings will be held online if necessary.
- Debating Support Group - DSGChair@terrace.qld.edu.au
- Terrace Performing Arts. TPAChair@terrace.qld.edu.au.
Staying in touch
To keep in touch with all things Cultural, we would suggest you download the Terrace App and follow us on Twitter to ensure you don’t miss anything. If you have any photographs or video that you would like to share, please tag us.
TWITTER | @GTCulture
INSTAGRAM | terrace_gtculture
YOUTUBE | Terrace Culture YouTube Channel
Director of Music | Mr Derek Rose
Congratulations to the boys who performed as part of this year’s entertainment at the Open Day on Monday. All boys should be immensely proud of how they represented the College. With performances from various concert bands, orchestras and choirs, visitors to the College were entertained with an array of musical experiences. Thank you to the Terrace Performing Arts (TPA) committee who assisted at the Culture stand in promoting the diverse cultural experiences afforded to the boys at Terrace.
Middle School Musical
Wow! what a season, with three sold out shows, the stellar cast of this year’s College Musical produced a fabulous production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Experiencing the production from behind the scenes, the energy, enthusiasm and passion for and love of the arts was so encouraging to witness.
Policy for missed lessons
Instrumental and Speech and Drama teachers will make up missed lessons in the following instances:
- Teacher absence
- Student illness (teacher must be contacted by 8am)
- If the student is on camp, retreat or excursion (with prior communication from the student)
- If the student has an exam (with prior communication from the student)
Should a student forget a lesson or choose to not attend without consulting the Music teacher, the teacher will attempt to collect them from class. All attempts made to collect the student will be noted in the student OneNote. If the student is not taught, an email will be sent to the student and parent/caregiver on each occasion. Due to our duty of care, if a student of a shared lesson forgets to attend, they cannot be collected. Missed time or lessons in the above circumstances will not be made up.
- Saturday 15 May - Pep Band performance
- Tuesday 25 May - TPA Meeting
- Saturday 5 June - Pep Band performance
- Sunday 6 June - Norman Clarke Concert
The Weekly Wrap
Terrace Football had a very successful round away against Brisbane Boys’ College, as well as in supplementary fixtures in Round 3. We won 32 games, drew six and lost four. The 7A side bounced back from a tough start to the season with a 5-0 win, while the 3rd XI came from behind to finish with a 3-3 draw. Our primary boys all went without a loss this weekend and showed incredible character throughout the day.
The 1st XI tried their best to play their own style against a physical BBC side. It is hard to not be lured into the opposition’s battle mode due to the intensity of their competitiveness. However, in a short season, every game is crucial. The first score came well into the first half, with Aaron Dempsey drawing a foul in the penalty box, which was converted by Will Dent. BBC equalised after halftime, before Terrace increased their intensity, and after many unsuccessful chances, Will Dent soared above the pack to nail a header into the back net. We look forward to another tough game against TGS in Round 4.
Congratulations to all teams who played supplementary games at Tennyson, all matches were played in good spirit and the performances were strong. The 11Es, 7Es and 10Es all managed to score six goals each and record some impressive victories.
On Saturday 8 May Brisbane Boys' College Gymnastics hosted the first Foundation Cup lead up meet.
It was a wonderful afternoon, with many Terrace athletes competing for the first time against Brisbane Boys' College, The Southport School, Brisbane Grammar and Brisbane State High School.
The GT Gymnastics program continues to showcase excellent comradery with our athletes ensuring all boys competing were cheered on and their routines acknowledged.
Some outstanding efforts across the board. However, specific congratulations to Will Fletcher who finished the day second overall.
Congratulation to all the gymnasts who competed. We now focus on the second lead up meet this weekend, where we hope to improve on last weekend’s scores.
Thank you to Anton Fang and Ed Fletcher for assisting with organising athletes during the first session and continually encouraging all athletes competing throughout the day.
Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Oliver Casey-Ryan
If you are an avid reader of the Terrace News, you would be very familiar with our 2021 Senior motto - Answer the Call. Now, this motto, whether you are fond of it or not, can be spun in a variety of ways. For example, in last week’s Captains’ Corner, my fellow Vice Captain (Luke Ames) answered the call and wrote one of the best pieces I have ever read. Seriously, if you have time, give it a read, you will thank me.
Now, back to what I was saying. Each year’s motto is often the result of arduous, strenuous thinking, accompanied by countless hours spent trying to truly encapsulate what the cohort will be defined by in their respective years. What is known as the 'honeymoon period' happened to us as Captains. When it was announced that we were the team selected as your Captains, we got straight into planning, quite literally, everything. The topic of this year’s motto came up, and we thought it was a very big deal – and it is. It is something that the entire College looks to emulate in their behaviour, how they can add their chapter to the rich book of Terrace history.
I will say it was a topic of much contention. One Captain would put a motto forward, and it was either quickly shut down or drawn out, considered, examined, and then eventually shut down. These were the dire times. We were in disarray. Everything seemed to fall into place in regard to planning – except this one puzzle piece. One evening, it came up over our group chat on messenger. In the heat of much online decision making banter and suggestions, I had been ignoring phone calls from my father – sorry Dad.
After five or so missed calls, I finally picked up, and before I could say anything, he said:
Ollie! What’s going on mate? Why haven’t you been answering my calls?
I would have loved, and I mean loved to have seen the look on his face when his exasperated barrage of questioning was met with a long pause by me, and then, not my best response I will admit:
Sorry Dad, gotta run.
And the rest was history. I put the motto Answer the Call forward to the group, and after a few days of refining, tailoring, and finding out how to best suit the direction of the year, we had settled on it. Since then, Gregory Terrace students have been Answering the Call to volunteer with Eddie’s Van, lend a hand on Open Day, and give it their all in the classroom and on the sporting field. I have been very happy so far this year to see how students have been stepping up to Answer the Call. The message in the origins of our motto - Answer the Call to the unexpected - you never know when or where you might find inspiration for something great.
Have a great week.
TLG meeting and Open Day
Week 4 has been very busy in what has already been a busy Term 2 for the Terrace Family. The TLG kicked off the week with our May meeting. Those able to attend heard a very informative presentation by Ms Sonia Thorpe, a Terrace mother and an experienced educator, grief and bereavement counsellor. Sonia shared insights she has gained through many years of experience and very helpful tips and strategies focused on helping children and young adults through the feelings associated with loss. Sonia has kindly prepared an information sheet which we will share through the TLG folder in the Terrace Image Library pixevety - Log In, alternatively email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to send you a copy. We thank Sonia for sharing her experience on a difficult subject in such a sensitive and reassuring way.
It was wonderful to witness the sea of new faces flooding through the gates of Terrace for the College Open Day on Monday afternoon. The afternoon was an excellent opportunity for others to see all that joining the Red and Black offers to students and families. Equally warming, was the flurry of activity beforehand as students, staff and parents alike rallied to set up for prospective students and their families to sample what life at Terrace is like.
Tennyson Canteen volunteering Term 2
Thanks to those of you who kindly volunteered at the Tennyson Canteen and BBQ over the weekend, especially those who volunteered despite their boys playing at alternate venues. This dedication is a fine example of Answering the Call.
Our next home game is this Saturday 15 May. Be sure to keep an eye out for the related Canteen and BBQ Volunteer Sign Up links that will be made available shortly.
Below: Clover and Rachel McGahon working side by side at Tennyson canteen #TerraceFamily
Terralicious21' Spice it Up
Terralicious21' Spice it Up planning continues, and the committee was very excited to see event tickets and Black Raffle ticket sales launched last Thursday via the Events link in the College App.
In keeping with the Spice it Up theme, this year we are hosting a traditional catwalk fashion parade followed by a cocktail style event at the Royal Exhibition and Convention Centre – this means you do not need to worry about organising tables.
Event tickets can be purchased HERE .
There are fantastic prizes on offer thanks to our wonderful event sponsors including Spicers Retreats, McKinney’s Jewellers and Bright People.
Black Raffle Tickets can be purchased HERE . Black Raffle Tickets are available to all for purchase, even if you are unable to attend on the day.
We have a host of other goodies generously donated by members of the extended Terrace Family that will be raffled on the day. Follow @Terralicious_21 on Instagram for information on these additional raffle prizes and our generous sponsors.
- 15 May – Round 4 GPS – Home Game
- 5 June – Round 5 GPS – Home Game
- 7 June – TLG Meeting 7.30am – Guest Speakers Tyron Mandrusiak and Mark Chisholm – Concussion and Athletic Development update
- 11 June – Terralicious21' Fashion Parade
Find all your upcoming Red and Black event function details here......
The Year 12 2021 commemorative jersey is now available to order.
As sizes vary to other items in the Shop, students are strongly encouraged to attend the Terrace Shop to try on a sample for correct sizing prior to ordering online.
The Terrace Shop is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 7.30am – 12 noon and 12.40pm – 3.30pm.
The deadline for orders is Thursday 27 May and delivery is expected late Term 3. Any late orders will incur a surcharge (from Canterbury) and will not be guaranteed delivery before the end of the year due to Covid-19 shipping delays.
Any queries can be directed to
Terrace Shop | firstname.lastname@example.org | 3214 5258
The Terrace Family is invited to a night under the stars at the Tennyson Moonlight Cinema, in support of Headspace.
Details: Friday 21 May | From 5.00pm
Venue: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson
Cost: $10pp (+ booking fees) | Children under 5 free
- Pizza and baked spud food trucks.
- Movie snacks and drinks available to purchase.
- BYO chairs/picnic blanket
For further information, please contact
Terrace Communications | email@example.com
Details: Friday 4 June | 7.00 - 8.30am
Venue: The Marquee, Victoria Park Golf Complex
Cost: $60pp or $560 Table of 10 | Includes hot sit-down breakfast
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 2 June
For further event information or sponsorship enquires, please contact
Erin Bowpitt | GTOBA@Terrace.qld.edu.au
Tickets selling fast!
An afternoon of fashion, fun and some fundraising to support This is a Conversation Starter (TIACS). TIACS is a charity dedicated to changing the mental health services landscape, working to make support accessible and affordable, and in doing so, reduce the number of suicides, particularly by young men in Australia.
This year's parade will highlight the latest fashion from Camargue, Hummingbird, Luna May, Palma Martin, Sacha Drake and White Label Noba. We wish to thank these organisations for their generous support and enthusiasm.
Details: Friday 11 June | From 11.30am
Venue: Royal International Convention Centre (RNA) | Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills
Cost: $140pp (+ booking fees) | Includes welcome glass of champagne, canapés, two fork dishes & a chance to win dinner for four at The Balfour Kitchen & Bar
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below ticket link by Friday 4 June
For further event information or enquiries, please contact
Loretta Olivotto | firstname.lastname@example.org | 0419 821 762
Purchase your ticket in the Terralicious Black Raffle and be in the running to win some incredible prizes!
All proceeds will go directly to supporting for this year's Terralicious Fashion Parade charity, This is a Conversation Starter.
- 1st prize - Spicer's Retreat Escape valued at $6500
- 2nd prize - McKinney's Jewellers voucher valued at $5000
- 3rd prize - Apple package sponsored by Bright People valued at $2000
Tickets $20 each or 3 for $50 (+ booking fees) via the below link.Black Raffle Tickets | Purchase Here