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30th April

Tuesday 30th April 2019 - Mt Wilson

For the April 2019 weekday outing we will be going to Mount Wilson in the hope of capturing some great autumn colours.
 

Tuesday 30 April 2019 - AV SIG

Audio Visual Special Interest Group Meeting
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14th May

Tuesday 14th May 2019 Workshop - Travel Photography - Lessons learnt

Sandra Dann's perspective on travel photography.

 

16th May

Thursday 16th May 2019 - Mens Shed at Dural

Meet at 9am for a safety briefing and location tour of the Woodworking section including woodturning, ripsaws, bandsaws, project assembly, Metalwork area including automotive hoist and car restoration, welding, lathes, metal saws, Computer room where items are designed and 3D printed, and Garden where our vegetable patch will probably be on its last legs prior to winter.

 

20th May

Monday 20 May 2019 - Nature SIG

Nature Special Interest Group Meeting

 

21st May

Tuesday 21 May 2019 - Portraiture SIG

Portraiture Special Interest Group Meeting


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1st June

Saturday - June 1 2019 -Outing to Joadja

Our June outing is a visit to Joadja a mining town in the Southern Highlands near Mittagong


 

17th June

Monday 17 June 2019 - Landscape SIG

Landscape Special Interest Group Meeting

 

18th June

Tuesday 18 June 2019 - Portraiture SIG

Portraiture Special Interest Group Meeting



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Calendar > June 2019

Saturday - June 1 2019 -Outing to Joadja


June 1, 2019, strict starting time on-site prior to 9 AM cost $29 per person, Guest welcome
 
Joadja was a thriving mining town between 1870–1911. It was home for approximately 1,200 people, many of whom were skilled immigrants from Scotland. The town existed to mine oil shale from which kerosene was extracted by the Australian Kerosene Oil and Mineral Co. Area has a number of historical buildings in various stages of repair or decay.
 
Together with the interest in the buildings and history of this area there is also a distillery, which will be allowing for tours for us. Bring a picnic lunch, please note this area is licensed, we are not allowed to bring any alcohol on-site however you can buy beer and wine if required.
 
There is a bit of dirt road driving (approx. 6 Km) required, however we can organise shared transport for those requiring this all those who are not comfortable taking their cars on dirt roads please indicate when registering on the website that you are looking for shared transport.
 
Full directions and meeting point will be provided closer to the event date. 



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