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Mokin Jervis Bay Itinerary
« on: April 25, 2017, 08:45:47 PM »

Mokin Jervis Bay.
Mokin Jervis Bay April 2018.
Dates:
Saturday 7th April Early bird arrivals for people travelling from interstate.
Explore our local area, take a cruise, paddle a kayak, socialise.

Sunday 8th April Early bird arrivals for people travelling from interstate.
Explore our local area, take a cruise, paddle a kayak, socialise.

Monday 9th April Currarong head land walk.

Tuesday 10th April Boree National Park.

Wednesday 11th April Registration at Moke central.
Tour after 2pm.
Registration BBQ.

Thursday 12th April main event begins.
Sussex Inlet, Swan Lake, Berra and return.

Friday 13th Fall’s Creek and Fleet Arm Museum and photo suite.
Point Perpendicular Light House.

Saturday 14th Kangaroo Valley, Cambewarra Mountain and return via Berry.

Sunday 15th April Tour Coolangatta Estate and winery. Take a ride on Big Foot.

   Itinerary could change at any time depending on weather

Please note itinerary has been altered since this original post! Current itinerary is detailed in post dated 23/3/18

« Last Edit: March 24, 2018, 12:56:02 PM by Newie »

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Re: Mokin Jervis Bay Itinerary
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2018, 10:07:44 AM »
Hi Everyone,
Colin has sent me some info.

This link is part of his presentation he would like to share with you all.
https://youtu.be/mJjHpDLj55A

Here is a link to a Tourism site with some more info on the area and the event.
https://atdw.com.au/listing-detail/?id=5a417af99a63884b28e9fc8e

And the link to the Registration form.
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/mokin-jervis-bay-2018-registration-36980062362

Cheers
Halfpint.

EDIT: Sorry, I should have checked the link to the tourism site, I pasted the wrong one earlier  ::)
All fixed now  ;D
HP
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« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2018, 10:11:06 PM »
Mokin Jervis Bay April 7th to 16th 2018

Saturday 7th Kangaroo Valley
Sunday 8th Booderee National Park
Monday 9th Currarong Head Land
Tuesday 10th Sussex Inlet Tour and display in front RSL then bare foot bowls
Wednesday 11th Rest day
Thursday 12th Point Perpendicular Light House
Friday 13th Fleet Air Arm Museum
Saturday 14th Display morning Voyager Park
Sunday 15th Tour of 2 Winery’s (Coolangatta Estate and Mountain Ridge Wines)
Monday 16th Morning muster and farewell Mokers

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Re: Mokin Jervis Bay Itinerary
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2018, 11:38:19 AM »
Hi, it’s a bit of a change to the itinerary as the 1st weekend was set aside for people to arrive if they had to travel, and to settle in, socialise and rest up.
Looks like I’ll have to miss out on a couple of the runs to look around as my leave was set to the I itinery. Oh well.
Only 2 weeks to go now😎
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Re: Mokin Jervis Bay Itinerary
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2018, 12:12:06 PM »
HP - you and me both! I’ve been able to move my start date earlier to catch the first weekend runs, but now have to leave on the Wednesday (which is fortunately the rest day so a reasonable compromise).
Not long now, a beautiful part of the country, and time to enjoy the fruits of Colins labour of love for so many months.
See you all soon!
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