Geoffs Life After Work !

Life is just beginning

Woodgate Hosted by Ann & Geoff

Exciting weekend for me n Annie coming up  Friday to Monday Here is an extract from our newsletter Thanks Denise ..Paul & Chris will be attending for their THIRD appearance and will automatically become members on arrival.The Parking site is directly behind the Bowling Club and we have reservations saved for around 30 people,should be great fun.Annie has spent sometime organizing a few activities and will hopefully keep the group entertained.Sadly I will have to leave the event (and Annie) very early on Sunday morning as I am doing a publicity broadcast from the Koala Markets SO do come along to the markets and say hello

We will gather on a sports field directly behind the Bowling Club

Bowls Club

Here is an extract from our newsletter Thanks Denise


Big welcome to The Suncoasters and visitors from your Hosts Anne and Geoff Luxton.  Anne and Geoff have only been members for a short time and this is their first weekend Hosting.  With that in mind I’m sure you will all be available to assistance if asked.  All activities will be written on the Notice Board. If you have any concerns please ask your Hosts or a Committee members. Woodgate, is a seaside township on the Burrum Coast of Queensland. The majority of the coastline of Woodgate consists of sandy beach, making it a popular holiday destination for people who live in nearby areas of Queensland. At the 2006 census, Woodgate had a population of 758. Woodgate beach offers a stunning curve of white sand over 16 kilometres long, backed by a continuous sweep of shady she-oaks. The township offers a quiet and picturesque place to relax, unwind and enjoy a natural experience. The calm ocean waters are protected from strong swells by Fraser Island, and the shallow seas here are home to dugongs and turtles. The town is stretched behind the esplanade and is an eclectic mix of traditional Queenslander style homes, 1950 beach shacks, modern homes and some more palatial designs. Kiosks, a restaurant, hotel and accommodation are located here. To the north lies Theodolite Creek – a breathtaking expanse of white silica sand perfect for swimming and fishing and to the south, Walkers Point – a small fishing village near the mouth of the Burrum River. The wildlife from the national park makes regular appearances in town – kangaroos frequent the Bowling Green and emus make an odd sight as they wander along quiet streets. Rainbow lorikeets frolic amongst the trees and from July to November – the waterspouts of migrating whales are often seen offshore. The area is popular with families, birdwatchers, nature lovers, Four Wheel Drivers and those looking for a taste of old fashioned beach holidays, without the bright lights, high-rise and cafe strips.

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Me n Annie will be towing our 4 wheel drive so I can get back early Sunday morning


June 16, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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Geoffs Life After Work !

Life is just beginning

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