TOBRUK SHEEP STATION
20 march 2017
Travel to Maroota near Wisemans Ferry for an
enjoyable day at Tobruk Sheep Station. Enjoy a day of fun and your chance to
re-live old memories - enjoy billy tea and damper with a dash of “cockie’s
joy”, the welcoming fire or simply relax in the country fresh air and enjoy the
beautiful views over the Blue Mountains.
There are Mustering displays, Yard
work with stockman and sheep dogs plus a sheep shearing demonstration where you
will learn all about our biggest and oldest industry.
You are quite welcome to
even try your hand at shearing! Our sumptuous lunch for the day includes rissole,
sausage, onions, roast potato, roast pumpkin and fresh garden salad plus the options
of lamingtons, tea, coffee and traditional homemade Tobruk Anzac biscuits, with
apple juice and Tobruk spring water on the tables.
After a most enjoyable lunch,
we will enjoy a demonstration on whip cracking, followed by participation if
you wish in the Aboriginal technique of Boomerang throwing. We re-join the
coach after a wonderful day for our leisurely drive home.
Includes Luxury Coach Travel, Morning Tea, Lunch, Entertainment.
Departing from Club at 9am
24 april 2017
Leaving Sydney and traveling to the beautiful Central Coast for a nice leisurely day.
We make our way to Woy Woy where we enjoy a lovely morning tea at Fisherman’s Wharf. Travelling past St Hurberts Island and continuing on Empire Bay Drive through Avoca Beach, Terrigal, Bateau Bay and onto The Entrance. We meet our club host from Diggers at the foreshores to Lake Tuggerah, Picnic Point Reserve where we enjoy getting close and personal with the local Pelican community before making our way back to Diggers at The Entrance for a delicious range of food at the 'all you can eat" buffet.
Following lunch, we travel to Clubs War Memorial Museum for a quick visit before re-joining the coach and heading to the amazing Japanese Gardens. The garden was a gift to the people of Gosford as a symbol of cultural exchange and friendship, by Sister City, Edogawa, near Tokyo in Japan. It is designed in accordance to the original principles of Japanese design and were officially opened in September 1994 by the Mayor of Gosford and the Mayor of Edogawa.
The meandering pathways lead to traditional Japanese features including, a Japanese teahouse, raked dry stone garden (Karesansui), stone lanterns and a pond filled with Koi fish. Enjoy a stroll in the gardens with an option to have a look in the Gardens Art Gallery before boarding for departure.
Includes Luxury Coach Travel, Morning Tea, Lunch, Cruise and Personal Pelican feeding
Departing from Club at 8.00am