Gympie National Country Music Muster Private Selection Steakhouse a Raging Success

March 3, 2004

Now that the dust has settled and the crowds have cleared, the South-east Queensland town of Gympie can return back to normal. The record crowds that attended the 2004 National Country Music Muster were not only treated to a country music spectacle over the six day-long event, but they were also invited to enjoy some of the most delicious beef meals on offer in the country, at the Nolan Meats Private Selection Steakhouse.

Open for three out of the six days, The Private Selection Steakhouse pumped out almost 2000 delicious meals between midday Friday and mid afternoon Sunday. The kitchen was run by the highly credentialed chef Paul Jones and his staff from Kingston House Impressions in Gympie. Ben Crew from Nolan Meats helped keep the crowds happy and entertained on the floor.

The Steakhouse was excited to provide meals to many big name entertainers like Troy Cassar-Daly and his wife Laurel Edwards. Dinning with the stars certainly provided muster patrons with another opportunity to experience a “Nolan Meats pleasurable meat moment”.

If you missed out on this year’s event, be sure to get to the National Country Music Muster in August 2005.