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From dressage to daiquiri, new bar rolls in to Whitsundays

By Ray White Whitsunday

A NEW Whitsunday bar is set to bring the glitz and glamour of a night on the town to a backdrop of your choosing.

Launched last week, Wildspirit Floating Bar is a fully decked out portable bar complete with a range of cocktails that can travel across the region.

The bar is made from a vintage horse float that was purchased locally earlier this year.

What followed was a transformation with the help of suppliers across to region that culminated into Wildspirit.

The bar was upcycled using materials from suppliers in the Whitsundays. Picture: Supplied

The bar can be hired for a range of events from weddings to elopements and baby showers.

Owners Todd Jordan and Sophie Sneddon, who also own Aquava Boutique Catering, said the new bar would offer a touch of luxury to occasions across the Whitsundays.

“Wildspirit offers a unique experience with stellar bartenders, tropical chic styling, delicious cocktails and catering for intimate to large events,” Ms Sneddon said.

“(It provides) not only a bar but an entire unique experience for each and every occasion.”

Wildspirit can be taken to events from baby showers to weddings. Picture: Supplied

Mr Jordan and Ms Sneddon have more than 30 years experience in the hospitality industry between them and hoped the bar would bring something different to the region.

“We strived to recreate the ‘vibe’ of the Whitsundays with our styling options and way in which the float itself was restored,” Ms Sneddon said.

“Our passion is to deliver an exceptional product, whether it be our newly restored floating bar and the service it offers to our longstanding local catering business.

“We thrive on the opportunity to create something truly beautiful and memorable for our guests.”

Bookings are already flowing in for the floating bar with dates into next year already secured.

Bookings can be made by phoning 0447 990 742.

Source: Whitsunday Times

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