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By Hollie Harris

Be inspired by one of Australia’s most effective performance motivators while raising funds for the fight against cancer at Noosa Springs this May!
The multi-award winning resort has tea-ed up an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Wednesday, 31 May, from 9.30am – 11.30am, in support of Cancer Council Queensland.
Olympic gymnast Brennon Dowrick will be presenting Building Success on Strong Foundations at the event.
Mr Dowrick represented Australia at two Olympic games, three Commonwealth Games and seven World Championships, and is now an internationally sought after professional speaker.
Not only does he motivate and inspire with words, he reinforces them with a step by step live demonstration on the pommel horse.
Noosa Springs Resort Events manager Rochelle Thomson encouraged the community to join them, as they raise their cups for cancer.
“Join us for a delicious morning tea in support of Cancer Council Queensland,” she said.
“We are excited to be hosting Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea for the first time.
“This is a great opportunity to see a powerful presentation by Brennon Dowrick while showing support and raising funds for an important cause.”
There will be raffle tickets sold at the door with great prizes to be won.
Tickets are only $20 per person and bookings are essential. To reserve your seat phone 5540 3333 or email functions@noosasprings.com.au.
Cancer Council Queensland CEO Ms Chris McMillan said every cup counted in the fight against cancer.
“Supporting Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is an easy, fun and delicious way that we can work together to help beat cancer and support those affected,” Ms McMillan said.
“From hosting or attending a morning tea, to donating or baking – everyone can play a part in making 2017 a success.”
The official 2017 Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea date is Thursday, 25 May.

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