Cooroy hosts annual Dinner with the Mayor


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A time-honoured tradition in Cooroy is the annual Dinner with the Mayor event and it is always a sell out event.  It is an informative evening for local residents and business owners and is also a wonderful social night.  The tradition continues this year with Mayor Tony Wellington on Tuesday 13th August at Saw and Mill. 

“Dinner with the Mayor is a great tradition that has continued with every Mayor and the newly renovated Saw and Mill is a great spot to host it.  It is always a fun and interesting night,” said Cooroy Chamber of Commerce President, Martin Duncan.

Dinner with the Mayor commences at 5.45pm for a 6.00pm start and is held in a private dining room.  During the evening Mayor Tony Wellington will address the attendees and give an update on the latest news in the Noosa region.   Guests also have the opportunity to mingle and catch up and there is a delectable two course dinner to enjoy as well.

The meals are served in an alternate drop with eye fillet cooked medium with potato crush, fresh season vegetables and red wine jus and grilled crispy-skin salmon with rosemary roasted chats, wilted greens and salsa verda for mains.  Desserts offer up lime and ginger panna cotta and bread and butter pudding with vanilla bean ice cream. 

Tickets are just $45 for members of the Cooroy Chamber and $50 for non-members!

Dinner with the Mayor is always popular so make sure you book early to secure your spot.  Bookings and payments can be made by securely online with credit card at or to be invoiced via email at  But be quick as there are only limited spaces available and it is always a sell out!

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