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Thursday 2 March

The Riverboat Postman

Join us on a cruise of the Hawkesbury River aboard the Riverboat Postman, which started running in 1910. The skippers are locals who have lived in the area their whole lives - be entertained by the stories of the river whilst cruising in comfort up this spectacular waterway. Be assured that at least 95% of what they say is true… 


Deliveries are to the settlements of Dangar and Milson Islands, Kangaroo Point, Bar Point, Marlow Creek, Fisherman's Point and Milson's Passage before returning to Brooklyn by about 1.15pm


We have booked for Thursday, 2 March from 10.00am to 1.00pm. The ticket is $54 for seniors or $64 for adults and $20 for children and includes morning tea, with famous homemade ANZAC biscuits, plus lunch.


Please book and pay at least a week before departure using this link:


Please let Lyn Robinson know when you have booked and paid 0405 020 027 or


These are the details:


Date: Thursday 2 March

Time: 10.00am to 1.00pm

Place: Departing Brooklyn Postie Wharf, Dangar Rd, Brooklyn

Company: The Riverboat Postman


If you plan to get there by train, we will be leaving Morisset station at 8.23am and arrive at Hawkesbury River Station at 9.26am. The wharf is right beside the Hawkesbury River station and there is lift access down to the wharf. The train back to Morisset leaves at 1.47pm or 2.48pm.

If you are driving, allow time to find a park. There is free parking near the wharf - limited, but enough.

Morning tea is served on arrival with delicious home-made ANZAC biscuits. Lunch is served around midday and consists of a very Aussie Ploughman's style plate with cheese, tomato, cucumber, carrot, mixed lettuce, bean salad, pickled onions, fresh Turkish bread roll, fruit chutney, butter and Italian dressing. They will be catering for vegetarians and those who are GF. When you book and pay, specify that you will be with the Lyn Robinson TAG group. Lyn has requested vegetarian but please let her know if you are GF or have other dietary requirements.


Thursday 11 May

Ken Duncan Gallery

Ken Duncan is well known as the pioneer of Limited Edition Photographic Art in Australia. After a visit to New York in the early 1980’s, Ken returned home with a dream to see photography widely accepted as an art form in this country. The increasing number of Australian photographers now emulating his panoramic style and finding a market for their work is testimony to Ken’s success.


Ken Duncan’s basic philosophy is best summed up by these words of truth from the Bible. “For since the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities – His eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.” (Romans 1:20).

Ken Duncan’s Gallery on the NSW Central Coast is an expansive, purpose-built facility – one of the largest privately owned photographic galleries in Australia. Set amidst a beautiful blend of natural bush and landscaped gardens, the Gallery features spacious viewing rooms and an intimate state of the art theatre.

Lunch will be at the Bamboo Buddha, 221 Wattle Tree Rd, Holgate, a vegetarian and vegan cafe and nursery. Menu


Gallery: 414 The Entrance Road, Erina Heights


Cost: Free to enter gallery. We will also do the gallery tour ($4 per person) which includes a personal commentary from a staff member, the gift of a Ken Duncan postcard and an inspiring 40 minute audio visual experience in the modern theatre.

Time: Meet at the gallery at 10.30am
Getting there: Welcome to car pool - it will take around an hour to drive. See map


Thursday 8 June

Lunch and visiting speaker





Sunday 9 July

Fighter World

Fighter World preserves the proud history of fighter aircraft operations in the Royal Australian Air Force. Fighter World is a totally ‘hands on’ experience. Exhibited in two hangars, visitors can walk-around, touch and look into the cockpits of famous aircraft, such as the first Vampire jet built in Australia. Fighter World also offers the opportunity to sit in the cockpit of a Mirage interceptor and Macchi jet trainer and experience first-hand what it’s like to be one of Australia’s ‘Top Gun’ pilots in today’s hi-tech world. 

Perched on the Observation Deck you can witness the various aircraft of the RAAF’s premier Fighter Squadrons take-off and land while listening to all the action on the live audio feed direct from the Williamtown Control Tower.

Inside the main hangar you’ll also find the Norm Forrester Collection. Unique to Fighter World it is undoubtedly one of Australia’s greatest displays of hand built model aircraft and just around the corner you’ll find so many things to see and do, you won’t know where to begin.

Fighter World is a great place for families. It is close to Williamtown airport and you often see real fighter jets screaming overhead.

Where: Fighter World 49 Medowie Rd, Williamtown

Entry fee: Seniors $15, Adult $19, Children $11, Family $43

Time: Meet at 10.30am. Welcome to car pool. It will take around 45 minutes to get there from Toronto


Lunch: Beans cafe at Fighter world Menu



Thursday 3 August

Lunch and visiting speaker





Sunday 17 September

Lake Macquarie Cruise





Sunday 15 October

Lunch at 7@Trinity with Susan Jedrzejcyk

Susan is a retired Jail Warden and has some amazing stories to relate. You won’t want to miss her talk!



Thursday 2 November

Imax Theatre at Darling Harbour



Thursday 7 December

Tocal Homestead and Christmas lunch

$32 each for tour of the homestead and a delicious lunch

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