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Journeys : Oct Nov 2011
WIN $30 vouchers from Fullers Bookshop, Myer and The Body Shop. Find our Prize Pot, write the page number and your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Prize Pot, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271, Hobart 7001. Entries close 3 November. Last issue the Prize Pot was on page 18. @VDL Stan ley Mr A. Dwyer Rosny Park Noises Off Mrs J. Dobson West Hobart Mrs V. Williams Claremont Mrs J. Hilder Lutana A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Mrs P. Saunders R osevale Mrs C. McCarthy Howrah Prize Pot Mrs J. Grose West Moonah Mrs H. Dick Hawley Beach Mrs L. Johnson Midway Point Images after the deluge Hobart photographer Luke O’Br ien and his w ife Midori, together w ith the Australia-Japan Society (Tas), invite you to Rebuilding Lives, a photographic fundraising exhibition in support of the people of nor th-east Japan who suffered so greatly from the earthquake and tsunami. The exhibition opens on Monday evening on November 21 and runs until 27 November at Hobart’s Waterside Pavilion, Mawson Place. Entr y is by donation, and all funds raised will be donated to Japan via the Consul General in Melbour ne. For more information please visit www.lukeobrien.com.au or phone 6231 9964. Music, sculpture and wildflowers The new Tasmanian Bushland Garden at Buckland will hold its inaugural Wildflower Weekend on 8-9 October. There’ ll be music in the quarry theatre and the opening of a sculpture trail through the gardens and bushland. Entry is free – a barbecue lunch or sandwiches will be available, or bring your ow n. If you miss the weekend, the garden and sculpture trail will be open during daylight hours from October on. In the next issue of Journeys, geologist, bushwalker and native plant enthusiast Keith Corbett (pictured) reports on the Tasmanian Bushland Garden and some of his other special ‘Slices of the Island ’. QUICK WIN Win a two-night East Coast getaway Breathe the fresh sea air, splash through the pristine waters of the Bay of Fires then snooze in luxury at Bed in the Treetops, with sweeping v iews of Binalong Bay and Georges Bay. For your second night, travel dow n the coast to White Sands Estate and a beachfront unit. Take a brewery tour and tasting of IronHouse beers then savour fresh local produce and dinner for two at the BrewHaus Café. To enter, email your name, RACT membership number and daytime phone number, and name any other partner in the RACT VisitVineyards.com program to email@example.com; or mail to Quick Win, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271, Hobart 7001. Entries close on 21 October 2011. Bed in the Treetops, White Sands Estate and IronHouse Brewery are all part of the VisitVineyards.com Wine & Food Selections for RACT program – for more information, go to ract.VisitVineyards.com In Tasmania today October / November 2011 51
MNJ Aug Sep 2011