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U3A Network Queensland State Conference


Chill Out at the Coolest Conference

U3A Network Queensland State Conference


U3A Network Qld State Conference Chill Out at the Coolest Conference

Optional Activities and Excursions

You can select these optional events on registration.

Granite Belt Day Tour Tuesday 11th May

Welcome Cocktail Hour Tue 11th May

Conference Dinner, Wednesday 12th May

Tourist Attractions

 

Granite Belt Day Tour Tuesday 11th May

Day Tour
Granite Belt Day Tour

This will include visits to wineries, a Cheese Factory, Suttons Juice and Cider Factory- have you heard about their apple pie that is served with spiced apple ice-cream and cream- it is delicious!!

The bus will pick up participants at the High Street Motor Inn at 9.00am. Lunch will be at participants' expense.

Cost $50 (includes tasting fees charged by wineries).

Please indicate on your Registration if you will be attending.

 

 

Welcome Cocktail Hour Tue 11th May, 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Venue: The International Club.

Welcome Cocktail Hour

Join us at The International Club following the Taste of the Granite Belt Tour. Finger food will be served. At this stage, drinks will be at your expense.

Cost $16 payable with Registration.


 

Conference Dinner, Wed 12th May, 6.30pm

Venue: International Club.

Conference Dinner

To reflect the Italian influence on the Granite Belt, the dinner, which is being held at The International Club, will have a distinctly Italian flavour. The dinner will be buffet style served by the caterers. All dietary requirements will be considered.

Cost $45 payable with Registration.


 

Tourist Attractions

Bald Rock National Park
Quart Pot Creek Parkland and walking trails, Tourist Information Centre, Girraween National Park, Sundown National Park, Art Gallery, Bike Trails, Museum, wineries, Railway Station Precinct. Just over the border in New South Wales is Bald Rock - the largest Granite rock in the Southern Hemisphere - for those who are feeling fit and have no fear of heights. A walk around the walking path around Quart Pot Creek has been organised as part of the Thursday morning program of the conference for those delegates who are not attending the President's Council.

For those who are feeling energetic, bikes are available for hire if you don't want to bring your own. The Tourist Information Centre Phone: 07 4681 2057 can provide more information.