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Come along on Sunday, 15 March 2020 to the picturesque (pardon the pun) Hawkesbury River where we will take a three-hour boat cruise to Danger Island. Once at the Island you have the option to take a guided tour around the historic Island or continue to cruise around.
Cost includes return bus transfer from the 16s to Brooklyn at approx. 9am and returning at approx. 5pm. Please note final pickup times will be advised closer to the date. Morning tea and a ploughman’s lunch are included, with vegetarian and gluten free options available. The boat is fully licensed so you can enjoy a glass of wine, beer or soft drink (at own cost) while you are taking in and photographing the sights.
The boat fits a maximum of 48 people, so get in early to secure you seat for this great opportunity.
$60 – Adult
$50 – Concession / Senior
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If you have any questions or to advise your dietary requirements, please email Barbara Hunter.
Michael has been acquainted with our club since he gave a great presentation to our club on Nature Photography a couple of years ago and several of our members have attended his in the field experiences.
Click on the link below to download a copy of Michael’s first E book which he is releasing completely free to all our members.
Please click on the link to take a quick photography club survey – less than 2 minutes. Survey expiry date 31/1/2020. Your input is valuable information. SURVEY
Hello Members, membership renewal is due in March. I will start taking renewals from February on. You can renew by bank transfer or PayPal by clicking on the grey Members button and then on the blue Membership Renewal button on our website. Or you can pay cash at one of our training or competition nights.
You will also need to get your new Belmont 16s card even if it’s not due for renewal, every year the Belmont 16s issues a new style membership card to all members. You can do this at the front desk, I have been informed you should be able to do this from February on. I have to sight your new card. You can show me in person or email or text me a photo. 0417693888 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mervyn Bishop will be in town for the opening of his exhibition (14 February from 5:30pm) and for the event below.
Join us in welcoming Uncle Mervyn as he gives a fascinating insight into his work and life as Australia’s first Aboriginal press photographer.
In 1963 Mervyn Bishop left his home town of Brewarrina, venturing to Sydney, where he successfully applied for a cadetship at the Sydney Morning Herald. Bishop went on to work at the Department of Aboriginal Affairs in Canberra in 1974 where he covered the major developments in Aboriginal communities throughout Australia. This included his iconic image from 1975 when the (then) Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, poured a handful of earth back into the hand of Vincent Lingiari, Gurindji elder and traditional landowner.
Tickets $10, includes drinks and catering. All ages
Saturday, 15 February 2020, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, 1A First Street, Booragul, NSW 2284