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Blue Mountains: Double your odds at Hydro `20s gangster night

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By Ellen Hill for Escarpment Group             Photo: David Hill

Support the CareFlight cause when you book one ticket to the Gangster Casino Night at the Hydro Majestic Hotel on Friday, February 5, and the original Blue Mountains party palace will double your odds with a second.

The event, which will kick off Roaring 20s-themed events at the hotel during that weekend, will celebrate the era of breaking with tradition, crooks and prosperity – without prohibition.

Guests can play Blackjack, Poker, Roulette, The Money Wheel with Majestic Money at casino-quality tables with professionally trained casino standard croupiers.

Prizes on the night will include accommodation packages, dinner and show tickets, day spa and high tea packages and more.

An 18 years plus age restriction applies for this event, which will be held from 9pm to 11pm and attended by NSW Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events Stuart Ayres.

“The NSW Government is proud to support this great local event which raises money and awareness for the outstanding work of CareFlight,’’ he said.

“Events such as the Roaring 20s Festival and all that Jazz provide even more compelling reasons for visitors to come and explore the beautiful Blue Mountains.’’

Net proceeds from the event will go to CareFlight aeromedical charity. Donation receipts are available on the night for cash-in purchases only.

Established in 1986 with a mission to save lives, speed recovery and provide the highest standard of rapid response critical care, CareFlight has since helped more than 5000 patients a year.

CareFlight relationship development manager Andrew Whitelaw said: “CareFlight’s first mission, close to thirty years ago was flying two children after an accident in Lithgow. From those early beginnings, CareFlight has continued to service the greater Blue Mountains communities. Without the generous support of these communities, we would not be able to take off – literally.’’

Escarpment Group general manager Ralf Bruegger said: “When the chips are down, CareFlight is always there for the community. Now it’s our turn to support them by raising the fundraising stakes.’’

Guests who book one ticket to the Gangster Casino Night will receive a second ticket for a partner or friend.

Elegantly dressed gangsters and flappers can relive the era of sumptuous architecture, saucy clothing, outrageous dancing and jazz music at the most famous hotel in Australia on February 5.

The popular festival will continue to swing at 11am on Saturday, February 6, when 1000 people attempt to reclaim the Guinness World Record for the largest number of costumed people dancing the Charleston at the Hydro Majestic Charleston Challenge.

That will be followed by the Majestic Long Lunch from 1pm to 5pm featuring regional food and wine, special guests, dancing and jazz music.

Guests can complete their immersive 1920s experience with Shanghai Nights of cocktails and canapes, lights, lanterns and jazz music to celebrate on the eve of the Chinese lunar New Year.

The Roaring 20s Festival will continue throughout February at other venues around the Blue Mountains.

Go to to book the Gangster Casino Night ($65 for two tickets) and other Hydro Majestic Hotel events and register for the Hydro Charleston Challenge.

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