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October Dinner - Guest Speaker Jen Burrows

  • 16 Oct 2014
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Djinta Djinta Winery, 10 Stevens Road, Kardella South



Jen BurrowsGuest Speaker
Jen Burrows

Conquer your
fear of Public Speaking!

Building confidence in public speaking is the ultimate stretch.

Those who have mastered this are more likely to try new things and back themselves and their ability to master new skills and undertake more challenging roles. Self- confidence is priceless.

As a professional speaker on the business and motivational circuit, Jen Burrows is sought after for her insights and anecdotes. Her significant experience ensures her delivery is as informed as it is entertaining.

Jen is the co-author of “You Can…Live The Life of your Dreams”, author of “Picture them naked; Everything you ever wanted to know about presenting and public speaking and were afraid to ask”, “Mindfield, the success principles of insanely great presenters and public speakers” and “Present This!”

You can find out more about Jen Burrows on her website at:

Jen is professional, engaging and entertaining - with a wonderful Scottish lilt that will entrance the audience!

About our venue...

Djinta Djinta Winery & the deVine Restaurant

Located on a 10.5-acre property, Djinta Djinta is nestled in the Strzelecki Ranges at Kardella South, only a few kilometres from Korumburra and Leongatha, off the South Gippsland Highway. The Estate, established in 1987, has featured in the 'The Age Good Food Guide', the television show 'Postcards' and has many 'Award Winning Show Wines' to try.

Opening in 2005 the Djinta Djinta Winery’s deVine Restaurant specialises in flavoursome seasonal menus and maintains a ‘no compromise’ philosophy of good quality and good value. The focus is on using fresh, locally sourced (organic and biodynamic where possible) produce and each season has a new menu full of tantalising choices picked from a mixture of cultural cuisines.

The picturesque and award winning Djinta Djinta winery is the backdrop for October's SWBN dinner event.

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