Tucked away on Elliott Street is one of the last surviving hind dunes dating back 20,000 years. We will see displays of the Gold Coast pre-glitz and high-rise. The local garden club has combined with the Society to establish a wonderful native garden. After morning tea with the Society we will visit the Rosser Botanical Garden for a BYO picnic lunch. The gardens have been developed only over recent years and the design and plants are said to be delightful. And on the way home – after feeding the soul – we will have the chance to feed the body when we stop at the famous Yatala Pies.
Cost is $29, including morning tea. 8.45 am ferry departure from the Island, returning on 5.30 pm ferry. BYO picnic lunch. Payment appreciated on or before 12 April, 2010.
- Diane Binstead on 38498148, (mob) 0402963765, d.binstead @bigpond.com
- David Paxton on 38208989
- Carolyn Brammer on 32079867
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