Ladies' Afternoon Tea

Welcome to St Luke's Ladies' Afternoon Tea, presented by Warners Fine Jewellery. This exquisite afternoon tea is a fundraising event for the Breast and Prostate Cancer Association of Queensland and a Spring day filled with glitz, glamour, friendship, music, fashion and fun.

St Luke's Ladies' Afternoon Tea is a glamorous afternoon event dedicated to fundraising for the Breast & Prostate Cancer Association of Queensland. At this gala event, tables of ten are self-coordinated, decorated and catered for by attendees themselves, all for the enjoyment of a fabulous Springtime afternoon tea with great company, live music, beautiful fashion, raffles and prizes, professional photography, and guest speakers. 

Table of 10 tickets are available to purchase via the 'Book Now' button below.

  • Date/Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm, Saturday October 8
  • Location: St Luke's Anglican School's Multi-purpose Centre
Your Ladies' Afternoon Tea Table 

Each Ladies' Afternoon Tea table is a table of 10. Showcase your catering, table-setting, and host craft in any way you please, from the simple and subtle to the flamboyant and extravagant - it's entirely up to you and your party.

What makes St Luke's Ladies' Afternoon Tea special is that your table is presented exactly your way.  Choose savoury, choose sweet, choose both, or choose neither. If past Ladies' Afternoon Tea events have proven anything, it's that there's no correct or expected way to set your table and enjoy your afternoon. 

Presenting Liz Lush

Pelvic Pain affects 1 in 5 women and 1 in 12 men at some time in their life, yet it’s a condition that is rarely discussed. As most types of pelvic pain can’t be diagnosed with blood tests or scans, it’s easy for women and men with this problem to suffer pain for years before finding the help they need.

Senior Women's Health Physiotherapy Clinician, Childbirth Educator, Lead Clinical Educator, and Mum, Liz Lush will be the honoured Guest Speaker of this year's Ladies' Afternoon Tea.

Fashion Parade

With the latest fashions from Vovo Modelle and Sanshells Boutique, the Ladies' Afternoon Tea Fashion Parade is one of style, elegance, and beauty. 

See the ladies walk the catwalk in a range of styles to impress from designers like M.A Dainty, Sasha Drake, Bonita, Trelise Cooper, Keepsake The Label, Ginger & Smart, Elliatt, Banana Blue, and many more.

Kalki Moon Cocktail Bar & Tasting Station

Founded in Bundaberg’s infamous cane fields, Kalki Moon is the region’s artisan distillery.

It was born here in Bundaberg, with our Founder and Master Distiller, Rick Prosser, taking inspiration from the cane fields. Kalki Moon comes from the Bundaberg suburb, Kalkie — where Rick and his wife, Kylie built their home.

One night, Rick found himself inspired by the view of the cane fields –which span kilometres– and how the full moon shone down on them. It embodied the beauty of this great region, which is exactly what Kalki Moon aspires to do as well.

St Luke's Ladies' Afternoon Tea is proud to include this wonderful, locally-based but globally-reaching business where you can buy and sample a broad range of delicious Kalki Moon products. 

Your Entertainment 

St Luke's is proud to showcase its String Quartet for your listening pleasure during Ladies' Day Afternoon Tea. As background ambiance, enjoy the overtones and harmonics of this afternoon's music.

A photobooth display courtesy of Little Blooms Cottage and Something Borrowed Wedding Hire will be available, where guests can capture all the fun of the day.


The Ladies' Afternoon Tea raffle consists of over 60 prizes, with a major prize draw of 5 nights' accommodation at Airlie Beach, worth over $3,200. All funds raised from the raffle go exclusively to the Breast & Prostate Association of Queensland. 

During the event, tickets will be on sale, prizes will be displayed, and all fingers and toes will be crossed for a win or two.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

The St Luke's Ladies' Afternoon Tea is proudly presented by Warners Fine Jewellery.

We wish to thank all our sponsors including: