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RHH Research Foundation

2019 International Women's Day Breakfast with Kate Ceberano


$70 - $780 AUD + BF

$70 - $780 AUD + BF

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RHH Research Foundation

2019 International Women's Day Breakfast with Kate Ceberano

Date and Time

Fri 8th Mar, 6:30 am - 8:30 am


Wrest Point
410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005, Australia

Event description

Join us for Tasmania’s largest International Women’s Day event as we welcome the inspirational and multi-talented Kate Ceberano to Hobart, who will take to the stage at Wrest Point on Friday 8 March 2019 and share her fascinating story.

Kate Ceberano has been Australia’s high priestess of pop, an award winning jazz singer, a record breaking festival artistic director and, hosted her own hit TV shows, starred in acclaimed movies, and above all that; she is a songwriter with the talent to take a tune to the top of the charts.

24 albums over 30 years, with 13 of them achieving Platinum or Gold sales and dozens of major awards, making her one the most prolific and awarded voices of her generation.

In November 2015, Kate was the first ever female to be inducted into the Australian Songwriters Association Hall of Fame.

Adding to this, in 2016, Kate was awarded an Order of Australia for significant service to the performing arts, particularly music, as a singer, songwriter and entertainer, and to charitable organisations.

Quite simply, Kate Ceberano is a bone fide Australian national treasure.

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The RHH Research Foundation breakfast is the perfect opportunity to come together and celebrate amazing women all over the world all while raising vital funds for local medical research.



RHH Research Foundation


The RHH Research Foundation is an independent entity, raising funds for local health and medical research across Tasmania. Since establishment in 1997, the Foundation has invested over $8m in funding for research into diseases and disorders which impact the health and wellbeing of Tasmanians.