CAS e-Newsletter November 2015
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CAS e-Newsletter                                             November 2015

Welcome to the November edition of our newsletter.
We hope you enjoy reading about our new and old members. 

Also please take the time to browse their pages on our website and their own.

As always we welcome and appreciate your comments and feedback.
Best wishes
John, Kim and the CAS Team


23 October – 22 November – Coffs Harbour NSW
Bunker Cartoon Gallery
High School Youth Exhibition:
“Original Spirit – Inner Worlds”
Telephone: 02 6651 7343
November 2015 – Snowy Mountains NSW
Snowy Mountains Sprint Car Race
6 November – 26 January 2016 – Hunter Valley NSW
Christmas Lights Spectacular
Hunter Valley Gardens
27 November – 10 January 2016 – Coffs Harbour NSW
Bunker Cartoon Gallery
Imaging Australia in Black-and-White:
“Newspaper Illustrations 1880-1940”
Telephone: 02 6651 7343
28-29 November 2015 – Braidwood NSW
Airing of the Quilts
Telephone: 0458 605 786
4-6 December 2015 – Young NSW
National Cherry Festival
6-10 January 2016 – Parkes NSW
Elvis Festival

April 2016 – Bundanoon NSW
Brigadoon 2016 – 39th Annual Highland Gathering

16 April – 1 May 2016 – Oberon NSW
Mayfield Garden
Private garden Open Days
Telephone: 02 6336 3131

October 2016 – Orange NSW
Orange Wine Week
October 2016 – Bathurst NSW
Bathurst 1000 – Mt Panorama




NSW Leeton
Leeton Heritage Motor Inn
Superior accommodation in a clean and friendly environment
The Leeton Heritage Motor Inn has 26 beautifully appointed ground floor rooms; spacious air conditioned units all with ISD phones, internet access and Austar.

Enjoy a swim in the onsite pool, dine in the restaurant or enjoy a drink at the bar.
It is also in close proximity to the central business district, golf course, sporting complex, licensed pubs and clubs.

The Leeton Heritage Motor Inn is the ideal base when touring the beautiful Riverina district; let Daniel look after your next coach or tour group.
More info:

WA Kununurra
Kununurra Country Club Resort

A destination brimming with some of the state’s most striking natural landscapes, Kununurra and the East Kimberley region are filled with mystery, culture and some of Western Australia’s most prized natural attractions.
Centrally located in the heart of Kununurra the Kununurra Country Club Resort features smart, modern rooms set amongst lush tropical gardens – the perfect retreat after a long day exploring the Kimberley World Heritage Area. 
Rooms are air-conditioned and include all the necessary comforts.

Cool off in our swimming pool or poolside at one of our three onsite bars.

Indulge your tastebuds at our restaurant, Kelly’s Bar and Grill - the perfect escape experience after an exhausting day.
More info:

NSW Wollongong/Kembla Grange
Australian Motorlife Museum

Driving the past to the future
The Australian Motorlife Museum is dedicated to providing visitors with an insight into the history of motoring through its showcase of historic vehicles and memorabilia, as well as through their events, publications and library.
Displays include 16 vintage motor vehicles including the Paul Butler Collection, gramophones, very early typewriters, signs and much more.
The Australian Motorlife Museum is a member based organisation dedicated to the preservation of motoring history in all forms.
Members and friends can join in running and maintaining the museum and its exhibits.
More info:

QLD Gold Coast/Currumbin
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

With over 1000 native animals, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to one of the largest collections of Australian wildlife.
See many of our iconic species on display in their natural habitat.
Cuddle a koala, hand feed a kangaroo, have a photo holding a crocodile or simply relax and watch one of our 13 daily shows including our famous Aboriginal Dance Show!
A great day out for your next coach or tour group adventure.
More info:

TAS Geevston
Tahune AirWalk

Tahune AirWalk offers a variety of tranquil forest walks which will definitely calm the mind, body and soul.
The AirWalk averages heights between 20-30metres above the forest floor, with the very last section, the cantilever, sitting at a height of 48metres above the river and is where you will get the best views.
On the way up to the AirWalk you will encounter 112 gradual concrete steps with places to sit and rest.
An exhilarating day out for your next coach or tour group awaits you!
More info:

TAS Burnie
Comfort Hotel Townhouse Burnie

Comfort Hotel Burnie is the perfect place to make your base as Burnie is the centre of the North West Coast and all surrounding towns and tourist destinations are within easy driving.
On site facilities include, 55 comfortable rooms, off street parking, conference and meeting facilities, lift access and brand new Townhouse Bar, Restaurant, Lounge and Gaming.
All rooms have private bathrooms, coffee & tea making facilities, fully stocked mini bars, digital + Austar channels, air conditioning, onsite gym access, telephone, free wi-fi and room service dinner options.
More info:

NSW Tumut
Tumut Valley Violets

Tumut Valley Violets is set in the grounds of the old Tumut Plains school house (established circa 1878), amid cottage gardens and two acres of trees, just 7 kilometres from Tumut town centre, it has become a major tourist attraction for the area. African Violet enthusiasts come from all over Australia to visit the farm.

Tumut Valley Violets boasts over seven hundred different named varieties of African Violets, all grown by the wick watering system — a form of hydroponic gardening, which is state of the art in Australia. New releases from all over the world are being added to the collection on a regular basis.
Set in the grounds of the old Tumut Plains school house (established circa 1878), amid cottage gardens and two acres of trees, just 7 kilometres from Tumut town centre, it has become a major tourist attraction for the area. African Violet enthusiasts come from all over Australia to visit the farm.

When visiting the Tumut Valley a trip to the Violet farm is a ‘must’
More info:


NSW Wollongong
Illawarra Leagues Club

After your visit to the Australian Motorlife Museum call into the Illawarra Leagues Club for a sumptuous lunch or just to relax over a drink.
If your group is looking for a ‘last minute’ outing before Christmas then this is the ideal venue. 
Illawarra Leagues is the second oldest leagues club in the world, a fact that all those associated with the club are especially proud of.

We love to cater for coach and tour groups, so give us a call and we can give you a meal deal for your group.
More info:


QLD Ilfracombe
Wellshot Hotel

The Wellshot Hotel is a 130 year old original country pub moved from Anakie to Barcaldine to Ilfracombe by Paddy Finn, where it has stood with little alteration since 1890.
It has a museum like appearance containing much memorabilia from yesteryear, particularly history surrounding the once vibrant sheep industry.
Visitors enjoy connecting with their heritage and cultural roots and observing how their ancestors lived and survived.
Your group will be regaled with ‘tales of old’ from Ross & Jac whilst enjoying excellent ‘pub’ food.
More info:

TAS St Helens
St Helens History Room

The St. Helens History Room, on the East Coast of Tasmania, is a small, regional museum.

At the St. Helens History Room, there are over 1000 artefacts on display.

These are presented thematically to represent the various stages of settlement of St. Helens.

Our collections are very accessible as the museum is open seven days a week during regular business hours.
Look for the Tin Dragon sculpture outside, he will point you in the right direction.
More info:

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