Frequently Asked Questions

The event will go for about 4-4.5 hours in length. This includes a drink on arrival an introduction to our location and a multi-course meal at the table. We collaborate with a celebrated chefs and producers to present a feast to satisfy any appetite. Dinner is served family-style with carefully chosen beverage suggestions.

Our dinners take place in diverse natural terrain – stunning beach settings, farm fields and vineyards, alongside rivers and rugged . Please dress accordingly and remember to wear comfortable shoes. It sometimes gets chilly in the evening (even after a warm day) so please come prepared with a jacket  to keep you comfortable. We hope for many beautiful sunsets at the Table and recommend you bring a hat or sunglasses as needed. Please feel free to dress up or down, everyone is welcome at the Table.

All events are rain or shine. In the case of rain, we will find shelter for the Table – sometimes this means we find a magical place in a barn or create a bespoke shelter for your comfort.

Yes. The ticket price includes a delicious selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages including wine pairings and cocktails with our multi-course dinner. For your safety, we suggest that you arrange for a designated driver or plan for a driving service to get you home safely. The Table is often set in far away places, it’s best to arrange for transportation in advance.

The menu is revealed at the Table. Our chefs design the menu in the weeks or days leading up to the event, based on the freshest possible ingredients from the region we are serving in. Our dinners are about the location where the Table is set so we try to showcase local and forage where possible!

Our outdoor dining experience is intended for adults. Due to the length of the event, the family-style service, and out of respect for all guests, we ask that you do not bring your children.

Our Tables are suited to flexible, adventurous eaters! Due to the nature of a shared meal, we are only able to accommodate limited dietary requests. These include vegetarian/pescatarian diets and celiac allergies. If you have other dietary limitations for religious reasons, please email us hello@atablesomewhere.com.au  in advance.

Due to the nature of our events, we are unable to offer refunds. However, you are welcome to transfer your tickets to someone else. Please contact us at least 24 hours before the event with the new guest’s name and information.

Please keep in mind that there is an implied Assumption of Risk of Damage or Injury at our events. We work tirelessly to ensure the comfort and safety of our guests, but we do encounter a variety of terrains and climates and weather can change without warning. We will send you a reminder email prior to the event with a description of the expected conditions at the event and any preparatory recommendations.

You can try rebook another ticket through Sea Link or other transportation at your own expense.
If you do not make the 9.30pm service from Rottnest to Fremantle, you will need to source last minute accommodation on the island as there are no more ferry services past this point.

No, tickets are included in the ticket price whether or not you choose to use this service.
Tickets are only valid for this event and are non-transferrable.

No, you are welcome to make your own way to Parakeet Bay, the bus is optional.

Yes, you may bring your boat to Parakeet Bay and then tender to the beach.

There are no moorings available but you can anchor in the sand. 

Rottnest Island boat anchoring is simple. Before dropping your anchor, check to make sure your vessel is:

  • clear of reef, seagrass meadows, navigation markers 
  • outside of any prohibited boating area


Admission fees for individuals making a single visit must be paid online before departure. However, frequent visitors may prefer to purchase an annual vessel admission sticker, which is valid from 1 September to 31 August each year. This seasonal payment covers your vessel and all of its passengers in lieu of individual daily admission fees.

The boating guidelines are an essential place to start before you arrive, as they detail useful information like insurance requirements, speed limits, boating-prohibited areas, and notes on acceptable island behaviour.