Sunday, 24 July 2016
Combined Boxster Cayman and Modern 911 Registers Run to the Tooborac Hotel and Brewery.
Sunday, 24 July 2016
Boxster Cayman and Modern 911 Register members are invited to participate in this combined Register Run to the Tooborac Hotel and Brewery at Tooborac. This reputedly haunted hotel was originally built in 1857, and is a heritage listed building which abounds with history and tradition with solid bluestone walls in the main building, and open beams in the brewery section.
All PCV Members and potential members are also invited to attend.
After departing our meeting place, Macca’s at Ringwood, our run will take us on some interesting roads up through the Kinglake National Park area, followed by delightful and relaxing cruising roads to Yea where we will have a 30 minute coffee stop.
The second part of the run will take us south and west through the Pyalong area to the Tooborac Hotel where alternate servings of special chicken breast and vegetables, or salmon and chips and salad, followed by dessert of sticky date or cheesecake will await us. A tea and coffee station will be available.
Return to Melbourne is about an hour's drive down the Northern and Hume Hwy.
Date: Sunday, 24 July. 2016
Cost: $50.00 which includes a glass of local wine, a local craft beer, or a soft drink, a two course lunch, and tea or coffee.
Morning Tea: At own cost.
Drinks: At own cost.
Meeting Place: McDonalds, 57 Maroondah Hwy., RINGWOOD. (Cnr. New St. and Maroondah Hwy) Melways. Map 49. Ref F9.
Meeting Time: 9:30am. for a 10am departure.
Lunch Venue: Tooborac Hotel, 5115 Northern Hwy. Tooborac.
Deadline: 5pm, Tuesday 19 July (unless filled earlier)
Max Numbers: 50 people
Bookings: Waiting List and other Enquiries to Carly, 98176911, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds: No refunds after the deadline unless your position can be filled.
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Enquiries: Ken Anson 0411775263 or Kane Wilson 0407709298
NOTICE TO PARTICIPANTS.
This event is being run under the auspices of the Porsche Club Victoria. It is expected that drivers will adhere to all road rules, and will drive in a safe and courteous manner at all times.