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Tropical Nights to give away travel voucher

Alexandra Park is hosting its popular Tropical Nights on Fridays 12 and 26 October, with a $1,000 travel voucher to be won.

To be held in the premier Top of the Park venue, attendees on both nights will be treated to the tastes of tropical paradise and be entered in to win the travel voucher.

“Our Tropical Night dining packages start from just $65 per person including a spectacular all-you-can-eat buffet, a night of tropical fun, and the best views in the house,” says Roxanne Visser, Sales & Events Coordinator at Alexandra Park.

She says given the relatively limited number of tables and tickets available for these two Fridays, all Tropical Night attendees have a good chance of winning the $1,000 travel voucher. The draw will take place during the 26 October evening.

“Our executive chef has designed a sumptuous tropical-inspired buffet menu which will completely transport your taste buds. Then there’s of course exciting harness racing under lights and atmosphere galore!”

To secure tickets phone (09) 631-1165, email dining@alexandrapark.co.nz
or visit the website where the full Tropical Night menu, which includes several enticing desserts, is online https://www.alexandrapark.co.nz/whats-on/tropical-nights-2018/

Situated on the fifth floor, Top of the Park boasts floor to ceiling windows overlooking the track. As well as a delicious tropical buffet, all packages include free entry to Alexandra Park, free parking and free race-books. The evenings start from 5.30pm.

In November and December, Alexandra Park will host eight Christmas At The Races hospitality evenings. Bookings are already strong, with the Christmas events set to take place on Fridays 16, 23 and 30 November and 7, 14, and 21 December as well as Saturday 8 and 15 December.



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