Announcements

Melbourne Tank Museum
 Good evening everyone. The following is a note David Finlayson received and thought that some of our members might be interested. More details, location etc. are in the link, but if you know John Belfield’s place, that’s the location.
  We are opening the Melbourne Tank Museum for one day only for anyone who would like to come visit, view the vehicles and meet John Belfield. We will be taking walks through our amazing restoration paddock and we will supply free refreshments and snacks on the day. The museum is indoors so the day will still go ahead if raining but if you wish to take a walk through the restoration paddock you may need an umbrella. We have plenty of seating inside and out if you would like to make a day of it bring a picnic or packed lunch, we will have coffee and tea available for free. Entry is a $2 donation which will go towards cost of hosting the day.
https://cv.vic.gov.au/organisations/melbourne-tank-museum

  Autumn/Easter Picnic 25 March 2018

 As usual, the autumn/Easter picnic was held at the tank museum in Puckapunyal. A day for members and family, young and old, to get together and catch up with an excellent BBQ, provided once again by Rod & Sharon Westgarth. The weather was not the best so not as many children as previous but a few new faces amongst the adults. It was also a chance for some to visit the museum and remember the vehicles and for the young ones, to introduce them.As usual, the autumn/Easter picnic was held at the tank museum in Puckapunyal. A day for members and family, young and old, to get together and catch up with an excellent BBQ, provided once again by Rod & Sharon Westgarth. The weather was not the best so not as many children as previous but a few new faces amongst the adults. It was also a chance for some to visit the museum and remember the vehicles and for the young ones, to introduce them.

Reserve Forces Day 1 July 2018ve Forces Day 1 July 2018
 As usual, the autumn/Easter picnic was held at the tank museum in Puckapunyal. A day for members and family, young and old, to get together and catch up with an excellent BBQ, provided once again by Rod & Sharon Westgarth. The weather was not the best so not as many children as previous but a few new faces amongst the adults. It was also a chance for some to visit the museum and remember the vehicles and for the young ones, to introduce them.

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