Our facilitated dinners in private dining rooms gives you the platform to discuss in confidence your challenges and opportunities, to share ideas and to learn from your peers.
Connect, collaborate and succeed in the company of like-minded, smart, savvy women driven to achieve personal and professional success.
This is much more than a business-card swapping fest. This is about sharing ideas, challenges, success and growth strategies. And most of all, building a network and relationships that matter for today and tomorrow.
Places are always limited, so book early.
Three characteristics of our beautiful events are set to allow:
safety net: our exclusive dinners are always held in private dining rooms and have structured agendas. At LBD we create a safe place in which all members and their guests can give themselves permission to show up and be themselves.
spring board: as part of the agenda every person will have a spotlight to practice their pitch and have an ask. This means that we challenge with care, encourage each other to strive and believe when we might feel something is outside of our reach, our comfort zone.
sand pit: being at dinner, sharing with other members and exploring new ideas means we have a safe place to try out new things. Whether it’s advice, encouragement, or simply ‘how do I...’, our dinner tables offers a great advisory board.
Restaurants and hospitality
Anyone can visit a restaurant, café, hospitality venue or nightclub.
Customers and staff are not required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence
Covid-19 Safe Check-in is no longer required at all hospitality venues
Nightclubs require Covid-19 Safe Check-in
Face masks are not required.
NSW Health strongly advises that patrons consider being seated while drinking.
Retail and businesses are no longer required to have a Covid-19 Safety Plan.
Venues may set their own Covid Safe conditions of entry
In addition to PHO requirements, some premises may choose to require people to be fully vaccinated or to wear a mask as a condition of entry.
It is a matter for the occupier of each premises to exercise judgement on what is appropriate for their premises and the well-being of their staff and customers.
If you want to enter premises where an occupier has chosen to require you to be fully vaccinated, the occupier may ask to see your vaccination evidence. You do not have to show the occupier your vaccination evidence, but if you do not, the occupier may not let you in.
Occupiers of hospitality venues
Examples of hospitality premises include casinos, restaurants, cafes, function centres, food courts, take away food and drink premises, kiosks, micro-breweries or small distilleries, cellar doors, pubs, registered clubs and small bars.
There are no restrictions on the number of people allowed at hospitality venues or nightclubs.
There are no density limits for hospitality venues or nightclubs.
Drinking indoors and outdoors may be seated or standing.
There is no limit on the number of people for a group booking.
Covid-19 Safe Check-in is not required (except for nightclubs).
Neither customers nor public-facing staff are required to wear a face mask.