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Natasha Wade  July 25, 2017 5:37 PM

Taylor Walker, Rory Sloane, Kyle Hartigan and Richard Douglas will don aprons, cocktail shakers and kitchen utensils for the annual Crows Cook-Off to raise funds for the Crows Children’s Foundation. 

Held on Monday, August 14 at Georges on Waymouth, one of Adelaide’s most renowned dining destinations, tickets to the event are still available. 

As part of the evening, Walker, Sloane, Hartigan and Douglas will assist the staff at Georges on Waymouth  in preparing and serving a three course meal and drinks for guests.

At the end of the night, one player will be voted by guests as the ‘King of the Kitchen’.

The evening will also feature exclusive auction items, with all proceeds supporting the Crows Children’s Foundation to help its work assisting sick and disadvantaged kids. 

The event starts at 6.30pm and tickets are $250.

For more information, or to reserve your spot, email Louise McDonald on

The Crows Children’s Foundation raises and distributes funding to children in need across Australia – and occasionally internationally – by boosting health, education and welfare programs. In 2017 the Foundation has partnered with Kickstart for Kids and Canteen.