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THIS MIGHT NOT BE A CARRIBBEAN CRUISE, BUT IT'S ALMOST BOLLYWOOD SUNSHINE COAST RUN!


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Join Annette and Gary and the Sunshine Coast Chapter for a later run in September.


Come join Nettie and Gary for a long ( 6 hour) drive to Woolgoolga. The plan is to drive to Woolgoolga on Friday September 27th, attend Curryfest on the 28th and drive home on the 29th. where we will stay at the Diggers Rest Motel ($196 for two nights per couple).

As yet the finer details haven’t been decided but putting this out as the motel only has 10 rooms available! So if you want to come join us you will need to ring the motel quickly to ensure a place. Please be sure to let them know you are part of the MX5 Club of Qld group.

Also please RSVP to Annette :

annettemoss@ozemail.com.au

Diggers Rest Motel: (02)6654 0466

For details about Curryfest, please see here:
https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/north-coast/coffs-harbour-area/woolgoolga/events/curryfest

 

SEPTEMBER

27th

Details to be confirmed - watch this space.

Phone the motel to book your room - only 10 rooms are available.

Please RSVP to Annette and Gary as soon as you have made your booking.

Curryfest Woolgoolga

28th September 2019

This was a mixture of Sunny & Gold Coast Chapters, with a ring in from Brissy.

A message was sent out to all chapters that a run was going to happen on Friday 27th September. The first gathering point was to be held at Yatala Pies, to allow the Sunny Coast participants to have a comfort stop. This would also allow for the Brissy car to join them.

Next stop was Woodburn Tavern.

What was waiting for us was the Gold Coast, all dress up in their finery, a combination of turbans and shower caps, silk scarfs, bangles and bobbles. All of this was to represent the “Bollyworld “of Woolgoolga.

Leaving Woodburn on mass, we travelled through all the road works, turning off at McLean, taking the ferry across the Clarence River to Lawrence, down to Grafton and back on the hwy to the Diggers Rest Motel.

Saturday morning we all strolled down to the festival. At this point we went separate ways and agreeing to meet for dinner at 7.00pm.

Sunday morning, up early to say our goodbyes. It was the last chance for a photo shoot, under the Huey, {Bell UH-1 Iroquois Helicopter}.

Signing off with, all care and no responsibilities.

Mother Teresa.