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Sunday, 29 October 2017

Mid 911 Register Run to the Tokar Estate Winery

Sunday 29th October

All Mid 911 Register and other PCV members are invited to participate in our last run of 2017.  This run is unusual in that we will have the pleasure of the company of some Porsche Club of Western Australia members with us.

After departing our meeting place at Porsche Centre Melbourne, we will cruise north east through some pleasant country roads to our morning tea venue at Yarra Glen.  The second part of the Run will take us north towards King Lake and then south to our lunch venue, the award winning Tokar Estate Winery in the Yarra Valley.

We will enjoy a lunch of Char Grilled Beef Porterhouse or Pan Fried baby Barramundi Fillet served alternately. A saffron infused vegetable Risotto will be available for vegetarians. Dessert of chardonnay poached pear or white chocolate cheesecake, again served alternately will be followed by tea or coffee.

Cost:  $68pp includes a two course lunch and tea or coffee.  Drinks and morning tea to own expense on the day.

Meeting Location:  Porsche Centre Melbourne, 109 Victoria St. Collingwood. Melways Map  2G, Ref F1.    (Please note that coffee is available at McDonalds at the corner of Smith St. and Victoria Pde, just a few minutes walk from Porsche Centre Melbourne.)

Meeting Time: 9.30am. for a 9.45 am briefing, and departure by 10am.

Morning Tea: Vintage and Co.Café, 4 Bell St., Yarra Glen.

Lunch: Tokar  Estate Winery, 6 Maddens Lane, Coldstream Phone 5964 9587

Deadline: Friday 20 Oct at 5pm unless booked out sooner.

Refunds:  No refunds after the deadline unless your position can be filled.

Pls note that PCV attendee numbers are limited to 30, but with the possibility of more dependent upon the allocation of PCWA members and the venue.

Run Notes:  Will be sent out by email to PCV members.  Please advise Ken if you cannot print.

Bookings: Queries to Carly via or 9817 6911.

Event Enquiries:  Ken Anson 0411 775 263.



This event is being run under the auspices of the Porsche Club Victoria. It is expected that drivers will obey all road rules, including speed limits and blood alcohol limits, and will drive in a safe and courteous manner at all times.


This event earns PCV members 1 point in this year's Participant of the Year Award proudly sponsored by Traction Tyre & Suspension Centre, Porsche Cars Australia & Nillumbik Cellars.




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