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Italian National Ball 2019

Italian National Ball 2019

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Co.As.It. invites you for a night of grandeur and elegance at the Italian National Ball 2019.

This prestigious gala event, organised under the auspices of the Italian Consulate in Sydney, will be held on Saturday 1 June 2019 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth. The Italian National Ball will attract more than 500 guests to mark Festa della Repubblica, Italian National Day, and to celebrate our years of service to the Italian-Australian community. Prominent figures from Australian and Italian politics, business, media and community organisations regularly attend; with notable past guests including former Australian Prime Ministers Julia Gillard and John Howard.

The epitome of elegance, Sydney's first 5-star hotel features heritage listed marble, crystal chandeliers and a mirrored ceiling. Located on level 3, the Wentworth Ballroom is renowned for its grandeur. The spectacular chandeliers and classic 1960's mirrored ceiling are well recognised and popular features. In 1923, the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) danced in the ballroom, providing a royal seal that 60 years on would see Prince Charles lead his new bride Princess Diana around the now heritage-listed dance floor. It was to be Charles and Diana's last public dance as a married couple. We invite you to join us to celebrate Co.As.It. - the leading Italian community organisation in NSW.

This year our fundraising object is to raise awareness and increase the rates of breast screening among women of Italian background in NSW through the 10,000 Italian Roses Project.

Date: Saturday, 1 June 2019

Time: 6:30pm Drinks for a 7:00pm Start

Location: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Level 3, Wentworth Ballroom

Dress: Black Tie

Tickets: $250 or a Table of 10 for $2400 (inc. GST)

Stay: Co.As.It. has negotiated discounted rates for guests of the event. Please contact us to book your accommodation (02) 9564 0744 or

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