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The Ridge Quarters’ Opening

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Spring Bay Mill is celebrating the opening of their new accommodation ‘The Ridge Quarters’ with a party of art, music, food, and engaging Mill tours.

Glass of bubbles and canapé on arrival for all guests (included in ticket). Lunch from our chef will also be available for purchase.
Welcome and Smoking Ceremony with NITA Education.
Art Installation by Julia Drouhin.

Mill Tours:

Environmentally responsible architecture with Ross Brewin of Gilby + Brewin Architecture.

Regenerative landscape design with Spring Bay Mill head horticulturist Marcus Ragus.

Where a huge stockpile of woodchips covered the hill, we rejuvenated the soil and planted an extensive native garden to make way for the Ridge Quarters.

“The name both references the building’s location on the hill as well as a play on the typology a simple workers’ or shearers’ quarters, with common areas for cooking, eating and socialising,’ said architect Ross Brewin.

“Avoiding the generic nature of motels and hotels, they intentionally challenge the conventions of short-stay accommodation to frame a surprising and engaging experience of this unique post-industrial site.”

Saturday 9th October

1-4pm

General Admission $20 + BF (kids under 12 $5). Includes glass of bubbles and canapé.

Dinner at 6pm in the Banksia Room $50 + BF per person

*The bar will be open before dinner.

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