43 members headed off on our coach trip last Friday 21 June under sunny skies to see and hear about separating the myth from the true stories of Brisbane, from the families at the centre of Brisbane’s growth to the historical landmarks that formed the foundation that today’s capital city is built on. We headed to Nudgee Beach for a lovely morning tea in the sun looking out over the water towards Woody Point. Back on the coach into the city where we picked up our guide for the day who provided expert commentary. We then headed off to Red Hill with a stop at Suncorp Stadium to check out the statues. Then onto Toowong past the XXXX brewery back along Coronation Drive over the William Jolly Bri


31 of us headed off on a wet morning for our trip to Gatton. After driving through some rain, it stopped in time for us to have a very nice morning tea at Kholo Botanic Gardens where Margaret put on some lovely food and Chris provided the hot water for tea and coffee. Back on the coach arriving around 11:15 at Lockyer Valley Cultural Centre including Queensland Transport Museum in Gatton on the shores of Lake Apex which did not have much water in it. A guide took us on a tour of the museum explaining some of the trucks and cars on display. They are all on loan to the museum and they change them around regularly. Very interesting history on some of the trucks and a couple of race cars there a

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