Valentine's barby in the outback well attended for Paws Hoofs and Claws

VALENTINE'S EVE: Paul and Sandy Silva enjoy a glass of bubbles as the sun sets on Outback at Isa's amphitheatre on Tuesday. Photo: Esther MacIntyre

VALENTINE'S EVE: Paul and Sandy Silva enjoy a glass of bubbles as the sun sets on Outback at Isa's amphitheatre on Tuesday. Photo: Esther MacIntyre

Lovers united under the stars for a special Valentine’s dinner on Tuesday night, all in aid of the animals.

Paws Hoofs and Claws hosted its inaugural Valentine’s barbecue at Outback at Isa’s amphitheatre, with at least 50 attendees enjoying gourmet sausages in an outback setting.

Manager Sue Carson said it’s the first time they’ve held a function quite like this, but the charity may make it an annual fundraising event.

“We’ve only got a small committee and we all work very hard to raise the money needed to rescue animals and help their health,” Ms Carson said.

The evening began with a media launch of their new custom built trailer and cool room, funded by a grant from Mount Isa Mines.

Volunteers for the charity served five different types of internationally inspired snags cooked by their resident chef “Klaus’, dressed in full Oktoberfest get up.

A mixture of couples, families, and friends attended the starlit feast, which was beautifully presented with tables and decorations from Andii Mihay Events. 

Smartphone
Tablet - Narrow
Tablet - Wide
Desktop