With our unique flexibility, commitment and reputation for industry expertise, GEMA Group delivers inspired catered experiences and events to remember.
At the forefront of event based catering in Australia GEMA Group has partnered with a range of unique venues, leading brands, State and Local Government to deliver spectacular catered events that leave lasting impressions. Our team is available to offer advice and assistance on every aspect of your event from seasonal menu’s and matched wines to cost effective infrastructure at permanent and greenfield sites. For information on our full range of catered events and capabilities please complete an ENQUIRY FORM.
Floriade Tulip Festival
Commonwealth Park, ACT
The exclusive catering partner at the ACT’s annual celebration off spring, Floriade for over a decade, GEMA creates new and exciting seasonal menus for a discerning audience every year. In addition to our restaurant and cafe sites, we also offers a range of spaces spaces perfect for welcome receptions, business functions, VIP lunches and events.
PDF – Floriade Event Packages 2016
Supercars Australia – National
This annual series is one of the largest events in the Australian sports calendar. As catering partner, GEMA Group delivers quality service and fresh, tailored menu’s within exclusive areas, bars and food outlets at each event around the country.
Apia International Sydney
Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre
The Apia International Sydney, a week long tournamant of competitive tennis is a must see event for all sports fans . As the catering partner at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, GEMA Group also offers a range of spaces for use throughout the year.
PDF – Courtside Event Packages 2016
Australian Open Golf
The Australian Open is Australia’s most prestigious golf championship. Held annually at Royal Sydney Gold Club, Rose Bay GEMA Group develops and delivers a fresh, diverse menu that fuels Australian and International golfers, sponsors, fans and media.
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