Victory St, Raceview QLD 4305, Australia
Victory Street Raceview QL
0432 188 581
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Julie said 2 years ago
Invisions, I'd give you 10 stars if I could. Thank you so much for meeting all of our requests - even the crazy last minute ones! Myself and the team really appreciate your efforts to ensure everything goes smoothly! We will be back without a doubt :o)
James Gill said 3 years ago
Incredible! Rick was super professional, arrived on time, and the great at communicating. Helped explain how to use all the remotes (and provided plenty of spares). Rick helped me to put together a package that was right for our party, and even threw in some extras! The furniture was sturdy, clean, and looked amazing as the sun went down. They have made a true advocate of me, and I will definitely have them back to look after my next event.
Daniel Brennan said 3 years ago
Highly recommended. We had an event that was affected by flooding at the start of April 2017 and as a result, the event had to be postponed 24 hours at short notice. The Admin staff at Invisions were very understanding and professional in reorganising the staffing we'd hired. On the night the staff did a great job and were very well presented, professional and did a great job. Would use again.
Margaret Rae said 3 years ago
I used them for my renewal of vows and very helpful staff and frendly .
Matt Mc said 2 years ago
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