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Women's Luncheon


As the situation with the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, we are taking the only socially responsible course of action and postponing our greatly anticipated SALIFE Women’s Luncheon, which was to be held on May 8.

We can guarantee that the event, in its original form, will go ahead at a later date and we look forward to sharing in this inspirational afternoon with our guests at that time.

We thank you for your understanding in these challenging times, and we look forward to updating you with further details of our rescheduled event in due course.

Celebrate with friends at the SALIFE Women’s Luncheon

For the first time in 2020, SALIFE will come to life for an afternoon of indulgence, pampering and inspiration for all South Australian women. This inaugural event invites guests to experience everything SALIFE, with a decadent three-course lunch featuring South Australian produce as well as drinks, fashion, beauty, music and entertainment and inspirational guest speakers.

SALIFE is excited to reveal that Adelaide author and body image documentary maker Taryn Brumfitt will openly share her experiences in life, work and parenting with guests at the SALIFE Women’s Luncheon. There will also be exclusive live performances and intimate fashion and beauty experiences throughout the afternoon.

Each guest will go home with an exclusive luxury gift pack and a complimentary three-month subscription to SALIFE magazine.

Indulgent three course lunch & drinks package

Free-flowing champagne

Music & Entertainment

Fashion & beauty experiences

Complimentary three month SALIFE subscription

Plus luxury gift packs for all attendees

Guest Speaker

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Taryn Brumfitt

Taryn Brumfitt is an internationally recognised keynote speaker and the fiercely passionate thought leader behind the Body Image Movement.

Best-selling author and director of the inspiring social-change documentary, Embrace, Taryn’s global crusade to end the body dissatisfaction epidemic has seen her recognised by the United Nations Women, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls and the Geena Davis Institute.

Taryn’s determination to shift the way the world thinks about themselves and their bodies has the support of many high profile personalities including Olivia Newton-John, Rosie O’Donnell, and Ashton Kutcher, who famously praised her activism as being “good for the world”.

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