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Tastes of Gold Coast festival comes to Bond

You would have to be mad as a hatter to miss out on the afternoon of music, fine food, activities and the search for the Gold Coast’s best cupcake on offer lakeside at Bond this Sunday afternoon.

As part of the annual Tastes of Gold Coast festival, Bond is hosting a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – a delectable afternoon tea set on Bond University’s ornamental lawns overlooking Lake Orr.

The afternoon tea party will take place from 2pm - 3pm.

This featured Tastes of Gold Coast event is being hosted by Bond in conjunction with the University’s signature ‘Bond by the Lake’ event.

A free event designed to promote creativity within the local community, Bond by the Lake will be held on the Bond University campus on from 1pm-6pm.

With music performances, creative workshops, arts and crafts for the kids, roving performers, food stalls, wine tasting and the Gold Coast Cupcake Competition, there will be something for everyone.

A jam-packed program features some of Australia’s most highly regarded musicians including Nadia Sunde & Michael Fix, stringmansassy, The View from Madeleine’s Couch as well as the Varsity College Stage Band and Gold Coast City Wind Orchestra.

There will also be a free community BBQ presented by Varsity Lakes Community Limited and Varsity Lakes Community Bank®.

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