Freedom Day arriving saw a buzz in Navarra venues once again with their pop•up dine-in restaurant
project, corporate, social events, and small weddings however staff shortage coming out of lockdown
is a reality.
As of midnight leading Sydney venue and hospitality group Navarra venues slowly awoke to chants of freedom reverberated throughout NSW.
The Hospitality Industry as a whole has to do a double take on NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet’s
recent roadmap to freedom announcement as we come out of lockdown Monday, October 11.
Navarra venues pop•up•project dine-in experience located in Sydney’s inner west will be returning
after lockdown restrictions lift with an outdoor Italian dining experience taking you back to Italy.
A brighter spring for the wedding industry with a new chapter starting for weddings along with a new
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet brings further hope as he reviews the current roadmap.
The Hospitality Industry is one of many businesses gearing to open their doors on October 11 for fully
vaccinated people however they are lathered with COVID-19 fatigue when it comes to safety
compliance and mandates.
A back to school early backflip has been announced on schools as the nation prepares to start reopening on October 11, yet weddings are still lagging behind and would welcome the veil dropped
The easing of wedding restrictions in the next two months still poses some hurdles for couples and
venues in this pandemic as they need to get jabbed to say I do.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklians recent announcement has brought smiles to some couples thathave saved the date for their wedding this year as it has been a long road down the aisle forweddings reopening after lockdown. No doubt there was a huge surge of smiles and cheers for all in the wedding industry with theannouncement once […]