We’ve just reached April and many of you will be wondering where the year to date has gone. New Years Eve seems like yesterday and yet, here we are, in the middle of autumn and with daylight savings about to end. Don’t worry, most of us seem to exist in this time warp during the […]
End of Season Function
Autumn is well-known as a season of change. The weather is turning, leaves are changing colour and trees are shedding their foliage. It also marks the end of one sport season and the beginning of another. Thousands of Melburnians are hanging up their tennis shoes or folding up their cricket whites for the next six
In our last blog we discussed how important music is to any celebratory event. Today, many people prefer to opt for a DIY option when it comes to the music aspect of their event hire. If this is your plan Harbour Kitchen has the sound system for you, and also a few suggestions to help
If there is one thing that everyone wants to achieve from their event hire it is a celebration remembered for how fun it was. There are many ways to increase the fun factor of your event, but the most effective method has remained the same throughout human history. The tried and tested, guaranteed way to
There are lots of things to take into consideration when choosing venue hire for an event. One of the most important aspects also happens to be one of the less obvious… Transport. When organising events, people often focus on venue size, flexibility, design options and location. All of these aspects are, of course, immensely important
Just when you thought the holiday season was at end, along comes the most anticipated long weekend of the year. It’s Easter and for most of us that means eating our weight in chocolate eggs and a four days weekend. There is very little rest in the world of hospitality though and at Harbour Kitchen
It may be early in the year, but office morale might already be waning. Staff have been back at work for close to two months, summer is coming to an end and the fun of the festive season is quickly receding into the past and won’t come around again for another ten months or so.