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CAS e-Newsletter November 2016
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CAS e-Newsletter                                           November 2016

Welcome and we hope you enjoy this edition of our Newsletter.

Make sure you check out our members on their own websites as well as their page on our website.

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

Kim Stewart: Direct Telephone: 0484 252 337

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Diary Dates:
Saturday 26 November – Sunday 12 February 2017
Shepparton Art Museum
Drawing Wall #25: Elizabeth Gower
T: (03) 5832 9861
 
Thursday 1 – Sunday 4 December
L’Etape Australia by Le Tour De France
Snowy Mountains
 
Friday 2 December – Sunday 29 January 2017
Bunker Cartoon Gallery – Coffs Harbour NSW
Ginger Meggs – Celebrating 95 years
 
Sunday 18 December
Riversdale Historic Home – Goulburn NSW
Devonshire Tea at Riversdale
T: (02) 4821 4741
 
Wednesday 11 – Sunday 15 January 2017
Parkes NSW
Elvis Festival
T: 02 6862 6000
E: elvis@parkes.nsw.gov.au
 
Thursday 2 February – Sunday 5 March
Bunker Cartoon Gallery – Coffs Harbour NSW
Swamp by Gary Clarke
 
Friday 10 March - Tuesday 21 May
Bunker Cartoon Gallery – Coffs Harbour NSW
The Phantom Exhibition
 
Saturday 1 April 2017
Bundanoon NSW
Bundanoon Highland Gathering
E: publicity.brigadoon@gmail.com
 
Tuesday 12 – Sunday 24 September 2017
Corbett Gardens - Bowral NSW
Tulip Time


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MEMBER PROFILES


NSW Bungendore
The Carrington Inn
 
‘a new era for an iconic hotel commences’
 
Since 1885 our inn has provided visitors and travellers a warm bed, hot bath and quality food.
 
Innkeeper Richard Graham and his team are debuting a thoroughly refurbished food and beverage venue.  It is his aspiration to transform the Carrington into a major regionally relevant hospitality venue.
 
Your coach or tour group will be well catered for whether you are looking for 5-star dining in the Wintergarden, casual dining in the Tom Wills Tavern or morning or afternoon tea in Myees Tea Room.
 
More info:




 
NSW Tumut
Tumut Valley Motor Inn


Looking for Snowy Mountains accommodation in Tumut?

Tumut Valley Motel offers its guests peaceful surroundings with spacious, comfortable, clean rooms.
 
The Snowy Mountains is a unique wonderland of rivers, mountains, alpine herb fields and incredible lakes.
 
The Tumut Valley Motel is the perfect base for your next coach or tour group when visiting this magnificent area.
 
More info:

 
TAS Eaglehawk Neck
Lufra Hotel


At our beautiful Eaglehawk Neck hotel, we’re serving up our own special brand of hospitality, location and community.
 
A short drive from Port Arthur and just an hour from Hobart International Airport, Lufra Hotel and Apartments is a breath of fresh, coastal air. 
 
Our hotel rooms and self-contained apartments offer quality accommodations with character and our on-site restaurant and café are charming, classic places to grab a bite to eat.
 
Eaglehawk Neck and the Tasman Peninsula are a feast for the senses: outdoor adventure, stunning coastal scenery and unique geographical features abound here, some just steps from Lufra Hotel and Apartments.
 
Our significance as “the gateway to the Tasman Peninsula” mean there are geological and historical treasures at every turn from the famed Tessellated Pavement to Pirates Bay and Port Arthur
 
More info:

 
NSW Coffs Harbour
Bunker Cartoon Gallery


“more than just good fun”
 
Bunker Cartoon Gallery is a WWII communications underground bunker.
 
The Bunker Cartoon Gallery is Australia's first and only dedicated cartoon gallery exhibiting the largest private collection of contemporary cartoons in the Southern Hemisphere.
 
Its aim is to promote the art of cartooning and to exhibit and preserve Australia's history in cartooning form for the enjoyment of future generations.
 
More info:



 

SA Renmark
Olivewood Historic Homestead & Museum


A 1880s wooden-floored log cabin house originally designed for the Chaffey brothers.
 
Designed as a log cabin for Canadian Charles Chaffey, younger brother of George and WB Chaffey who established the pioneering irrigation and fruit growing area of Renmark, this 1880s wooden-floored house is furnished from this period.
 
The property remains a working orangery and the orchard is fully operational, including its famous olive trees.
 
The original olive oil processing shed behind the log cabin now houses some of the National Trust collection of artefacts and photographs.
 
Nearby there is also a packing shed constructed in American style c1890 with a large overhead loft.
 
It houses a citrus and dried fruit packing plant and associated items. Much of the museum collection has been moved into a newly constructed shed in the car park.
 
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TAS Geeveston
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. Tahune AirWalk; Swinging Bridges; Eagle Hang Glide; Huon Pine Walk; Gift Shop; Licensed Café.
 
More info:


 

VIC Shepparton
Greater Shepparton
Visitor InformationCentre


Greater Shepparton Visitor Information Centre is here to welcome you to the area, the friendly staff and volunteers have expert knowledge to make your stay a memorable one.
 
The centre provides quality information and brochures on accommodation, dining, attractions and activities in the region.
 
From guided historical walks to picnics around beautiful Victoria Park Lake and Farm Gate trails no matter how large or small the group is, the Visitor Information Centre can assist with personalised itinerary planning from 1 hour to 1 week.
 
More info:



 

NSW Forster
Island Palms Motor Inn


Island Palms Motor Inn is set in a quiet, comfortable and relaxing atmosphere; located adjacent to Wallis Lake and close to the beach, clubs and restaurants.
 
We are a family owned and operated motel and provide home style comfort and friendly service.
 
We have a range of rooms and configurations to suit your coach or group needs; and we offer all ground floor accommodation suitable for seniors.
 
More info:






 

QLD Monto
Monto Colonial Motor Inn


Our historic motel boasts quiet, tidy comfortable rooms with air conditioning/heating and tea and coffee making facilities as well as our historic restaurant and bar full of great memorabilia and a haunting presence from the past.
 
With local attractions such as Cania Gorge, Lake Cania and national parks for beautiful bush walking, this is the perfect place to stay to venture out and explore then return to a warm bed and a hearty meal.
 
More info:



 

WA Kununurra
Kununurra Country Club Resort


Welcome to a destination brimming with some of the state’s most striking natural landscapes, the Kununurra and the East Kimberley region is filled with mystery, culture and some of Western Australia’s most prized natural attractions. 
 
It is in this region that you’ll be captivated by Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles), Lake Argyle and a host of hallmark vistas.
 
Kununurra Country Club Resort is your central sanctuary from which to access Western Australia’s extraordinary East Kimberley. 
 
Retreat to the comfort of a centrally-located Resort; less than 5km to the Kununurra airport and on the doorstep to iconic natural wonders; the perfect base for your next coach or tour group.
 
More info:







 

NSW Mount Annan
Australian Botanic Garden


The sensation of the late 18th century in the field of botany was the discovery of a new continent filled with exotic plants unknown to the rest of the world.
 
The Australian Botanic Garden displays around 2000 of these, set in 416 hectares of hills and lakes.
 
The Garden features outdoor sculptures, free gas barbecues, a restaurant and a gift shop which sells plants.
 
The Australian Botanic Garden is a major event venue and the most popular visitor attraction in the Camden district.
 
More info:







 




TAS Burnie
Makers Workshop


Makers’ Workshop is a place that honours Burnie’s history, makers, innovators and artists.

Volunteers at the information counter will help you find your way around Burnie and beyond.

You can shop for some interesting locally made gifts and mementoes in the gift shop or check out the latest Tasmanian exhibition in the gallery.
 
Discover what makes Burnie tick from the interpretive displays or simply appreciate the stunning giant sepia images taken by Wolfgang Seivers, still recognised as one of the world’s finest industrial and architectural photographers.
 
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TAS St Helens
St Helens History Room

Explore the history of our region

Why not frame your visit to the St Helens and Break O'Day area with some historical and cultural context.

The St Helens History Room provides a snapshot into the history of the area from the mountains to the sea including Indigenous heritage, maritime history and the tales of our local pioneers including the Chinese Tin miners.
 
More info:
 
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