Our guest speaker for this year’s LGNSW International Women’s Day Lunch is one of Australia's most beloved journalists, Annabel Crabb.
Annabel has covered Australian politics for 20 years. She has written and presented six seasons of the ABC’s enormously popular Kitchen Cabinet, as well as the ground-breaking documentary series on life inside Parliament – “The House, With Annabel Crabb”.
Over her career in journalism Annabel has worked as a political correspondent for The Advertiser, The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald. She is the author of The Wife Drought, a humorous and best-selling account of women and work in Australia. Her Quarterly Essay about Malcolm Turnbull, Stop At Nothing, won Annabel a Walkley Award and was expanded and republished as a book in 2016.
She received two Logie nominations in 2013 including the Graham Kennedy Award For Most Outstanding New Talent and Most Popular New Female Talent for her work on the show.
Annabel has written a cookbook, Special Delivery, with childhood friend Wendy Sharpe and hosts the cult podcast Chat 10 Looks 3 with Leigh Sales.
Due to the recent easing of restrictions to 2 square meters, we have released additional tickets for our International Women’s Day Lunch. Registrations from 12 February will be accepted on the basis of the 2 square metre rule. If restrictions revert back to the 4 square meter rule you will be moved to a waitlist and or refunded the full cost of your ticket.