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Wooden Boat Festival
at Jervis Bay Maritime
The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum’s
Wooden Boat Festival will be held on the
October Long Weekend, 3 -5 October
2015. The festival will encompass a
number of static wooden displays, a
model boat exhibition, radio controlled
boats, children’s workshops, music,
entertainment, food and market stalls.
The Model Boat exhibition in the
Museum will showcase the art and craft
of model boats built on a small scale.
The exhibition is an opportunity to view
the exquisite workmanship that goes
into making these intricate models.
There will be a number of wooden
boats on display in the Museum
grounds. Locally built boats from our
heritage fleet will also be on display
including the historic Lady Denman,
an inner Sydney Harbour ferry built in
Huskisson in 1911; the Crest, a fishing
boat also built in 1911 and our latest
edition the Kingfisher, a 30ft post World
War II fishing boat.
The Festival will also coincide with
our monthly markets, which will be held
from 8am-1pm on Saturday 3rd October.
If you build model boats or have a
wooden boat you would like to exhibit,
please call the Museum on 02 4441 5675
or email email@example.com
Yacht Club is once again
hosting the Wooden
This will be our
bi-annual event and
will be conducted over
the Labour Day long
weekend, 12-14 March 2016. This event will
be bigger and better than our last event in
2014. Racing on Corio Bay, boat building
displays, businesses servicing the wooden
boat community, music, food and activities
for the kids will ensure that all competitors,
friends and visitors have a great time.
If you’ve got a wooden boat or just love
the look and feel that only timber boats have,
then make sure these dates are in your diary.
More information, including the Notice
of Race and Schedule of Events will be
released closer to the event or you can visit
the Royal Geelong Yacht Club website www.
The Leeuwin Ocean Adventure
Foundation is looking for 40 amazing tertiary
students to join them on-board the STS
Leeuwin II for a life-changing voyage from
23-29 November 2015.
The Leeuwin Uni Challenge is a 7-day
adventure that lets students experience
life on-board a tall ship, including climbing
the mast, taking the helm, scrubbing the
deck, sailing through the night and make
This unique opportunity to experience
life on-board a tall ship will not only be an
adventure it will build on your leadership
skills, increase confidence, communication,
teamwork and sense of community. These
P&O Cruises has revealed details of its
history-making five ship spectacular which is
set to rock Sydney Harbour on November 25.
Some of the best known performers
in Australia today – Jessica Mauboy, The
Veronicas, Samantha Jade, Justice Crew
and Stan Walker – will headline a musical
extravaganza which will run from mid-
afternoon into the evening.
The performers will be joined by 20
other great live music acts across the ships
as well as 10 DJs.
More than 9,000 passengers will be
able to enjoy the special concerts, while
all of Sydney will enjoy the unprecedented
spectacle of five ships on the harbour,
P&O Cruises’ five ship spectacular to Rock Sydney
beginning with a Salute to Sydney which will
see the fleet form a ‘V ’ off the heads before
they sail single file into the harbour.
The P&O parade will mark the arrival of
the line’s two latest ships, Pacific Aria and
Pacific Eden, which will be officially named as
they sail by Sydney’s Fort Denison together
after arriving in the Harbour.
Following the concert, guests onboard
the ships will enjoy the biggest white party
at sea with the cruise line overseeing a mass
production of its new Bianco event on the
top decks of all five ships. To celebrate the
historic moment, a spectacular firework
finale will light up the night sky above the
are the soft-skills that make students stand
out in the crowd when applying for a job as
they are listed in the top 10 of work readiness
skills used by recruiters and HR-managers.
To be awarded one of the 40 berths and
potentially a scholarship up to $1400 towards
the voyage, applicants have to complete an
application form on the Leeuwin website:
w w w.sailleeuwin.com /unichallenge.
A panel, consisting of representatives
of the Leeuwin Foundation will choose the
Applications close on Wednesday 14
October. Successful applicants will be
notified on 29 October.
Leeuwin launches Uni Challenge
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