May 2023 Pictures
TRIP TO BATEMAN’S BAY.
MAY 1st to MAY 6TH. 2023.
We left for the trip around 7am, we had 27 people aboard. We stopped at Beechworth for lunch, and looked at town, Pat drove us to Yackandandah where we walked around looking at the shops. The colors of the trees were really beautiful. We stopped at the Albury Motel for the night had a lovely dinner and our rooms were excellent. Some people got 4 posters. The next morning we went to Canberra for lunch then on to Batehaven where we stayed for 3 nights. The Mogo Zoo was enjoyable, lots to see, the Mere Cats were entertaining, we stopped at the Mogo Township then on to Bateman’s Bay for lunch. We then went through the Murramarang National Park to Cookies Beach, the sun was shining it was a lovely day. The color of the rocks there were unusual. On Day 4 we headed for Huskisson, on Jervis Bay where we went on a boat cruise to see the Bottlenose dolphins, we saw lots of these, lots of photo’s taken. We had lunch there then headed for Mollymook Beach where we went for a walk along the beach. Day 5 we left for Lakes Entrance, stopping at Na-rooma for Morning Tea. Lunch at Merimbula, we were still lucky the sun was still shining. We settled in to the Esplanade Mo-tel and had an excellent dinner in the dining room. Day 6. Unfortunately we had to go home, it had rained in the evening and the rain followed us most of the way home. We stopped at Bairnsdale and looked at StMary’s Catholic Church and the paintings. Back home at 3pm. Although we were from 3 different places, we all mixed well and enjoyed everyone’s compa-ny. It was a good trip. Greta Lancaster.
April 2023 Pictures
March 2023 Pictures
Lotus Gardens Outing
Wangarata Tour November 22
What should I do with this?
Silo painting of store at Devinish
Brown Bothers Milawa
Oaks Day Barbecue 2022
And the winner for the best fascinator was Heather
A Friday Night Happy hour and a Half was enjoyed by all
Tues 15th Mar 2022 Moorabbin Air Museum
Members enjoying tour of the State Library
Tue 4th February 2020
Members enjoying the Gold Treasury Museum Tour
Tuesday 11 September 2018
EERN Donations Tuesday 26 June 2018
Members of Manningham Combined Probus Club assembling donations of non perishables goods such as foodstuffs, cleaning products and personal care items for Eastern Emergency Relief Centre (EERN) in Mitcham. Our Club has chosen to make this an annual event – we look like having an increase in the number of goods collected for donation this year! EERN is a welfare organization that distributes donated items of household furniture and non perishable goods via local welfare agencies to families in need.
Happy hour and a half Friday 25 November 2016 at Heather and Roger’s home
Report on our recent walk in Port Melbourne on 10th November
Fish and Chips and Fancy hats Day at Ruffey Park lake Oaks Day November 3
Today’s post is a report by our President Dianne on the recent trip north by some of our members.