Convener: When you have made your payment to the Treasurer, please contact the convener, Kathy Beresford using this online booking form. You only need to send one message as the form is a joint booking and payment confirmation. Please include your surname, a reference to VIVID and the amount paid.
Spark your sense of wonder and come out to play as Sydney transforms into a playground of the unexpected. Vivid Sydney warms the soul of our city and the best place to experience it is from your vantage point on a MAGISTIC Dinner Cruise.
Train is probably the best option as the Ferry from Cabarita Wharf can often be full by the time the Ferry reaches Cabarita on occasions such as VIVID.
Train to Wynyard via the Wynyard Walk is just a four-minute walk to Barangaroo and Wharf #2
WHEN BOOKING, YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO TICK AN ADDITIONAL BOX TO CONFIRM YOU HAVE READ AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY ALL MAGISTIC REQUIREMENTS. PLEASE GO TO MAGISTIC WEBSITE TO READ THE FOUR CRUISE INCLUSIONS AND REQUIREMENTS NOTED BELOW.
CRUISE MENU – Please check the Menu if you have dietary requirements
The true story of race horse Dream Alliance, an unlikely champion bred by small town bartender Jan Vokes (Toni Collette). Set and shot in Wales.
With very little money and no experience, Jan convinces her neighbours to chip in their meagre earnings to help raise Dream and compete with the racing elites. Their investment pays off as Dream rises through the ranks and becomes a beacon of hope in their struggling community.
We may have just shivered through the coldest June day since 1984 but that doesn’t mean your Probus friends have not been planning for the arrival of Spring!
Helen O’Neill has been putting together an excellent three day/two night outing to the beautiful Shoalhaven region of NSW. Your accommodation venue will be the outstanding Coolangatta Estate. The final itinerary and costings have yet to be finalised but the outline is provided below.
DATE: Departing Tuesday 14th September and Returning Thursday 16th September.
TRANSPORT: Bus, leaving Breakfast Point at 8am Tuesday 14th September.
DAY 2: Tour of the picturesque village of Berry, then meander through other townships of the Shoalhaven, many of which were effected by the 2019/2020 bushfires. We will be back at Coolangatta Estate in time to explore the most awarded South Coast Winery. Dinner at Gerroa Fishermans Club.
Come and join your fellow Probians for some fellowship and fun and to meet some of the new members. Numbers are limited by COVID-19 restrictions so please let me know if you are coming as I have to give a list to the Club.
Come and enjoy the company of fellow members and lunch overlooking the harbour at The Woolwich Pier Hotel. They have a senior’s lunch special – Grilled Dory, chips, salad & a glass of wine or beer or, if preferred, order off the menu.
When: Wednesday 16th June 2021 – lunch booked for 12pm.
Where: Woolwich Pier Hotel – 2 Gale Street Woolwich
How to get there: Meet at Cabarita wharf to catch 10.52am Rivercat to Cockatoo Island to connect with 11.19am ferry to Woolwich wharf arriving at 11.24. A 12 minute walk (754m) slightly uphill to the Hotel but downhill on the way home! .
Return ferry from Woolwich wharf to Cockatoo Island leave on the hour @ 2.09; 3.09pm.
Alternatively you can drive yourself to the hotel.
Cost: Return fares; cost of lunch & drinks to be paid by members
Closing date for the booking: Sunday 13th June 2021. (Note: Maximum 20 participants)
‘Sculpture Rocks’ is a free outdoor exhibition of Japanese sculpture in the Rocks and is showcased along the stunning and popular Sydney harbour foreshore. The exhibition features 18 works by 14 Japanese and Australian artists.