Saturday 21 September 2013 – BOOK NOW – SPACES LIMITED.
We are holding a very special Progressive Dinner with three courses served at three different venues and entertainment all the way.
Comedian and live music along the way.
We are excited to announce that Silk will be performing for us at the progressive dinner.
This wonderful duo have been playing together for about seven years and do what they like to call ‘delicious dinner music’, all covers - lots of standards plus some lesser-known tunes. Have a quick listen at: www.tadaa.com.au/silk
Come and stay locally with pick up and drop off from your accommodation, included in your dinner ticket price!
Menu includes luscious local salmon, beer-fed beef, mouthwatering raspberries and local wines and beers will also be available.
Tickets only $ 78.00 per person. Discount for 10 or more.
Special Tiger Trail Festival accommodation prices at only $120 a couple
Progressive Dinner can be booked on Facebook: Tiger Trail Festival Tasmania or by Telephone on: 6288 1526.
See you there!
Bushy Park Hall Market
Saturday and Sunday 10am until 2pm
Bushy Park Junior Anglers Fishing Free Event, Mill Lane off Glenora Rd at Bushy Park
Friday 20th September 2013 4-6 p.m. Sponsored by New Norfolk Licensed Anglers Association
Fishing gear provided or bring your own.
Westerway Market, Westerway Hall and Grounds
A variety of market stalls Saturday between 9am and 2pm.
Westerway raspberry farm
open for drinks and frozen fruit
Tiger themed menu and arts & crafts
Dance for parents and Friends of the School. Sunday 2:00 to 6:00pm
Mount Field National Park
A Thylacine exhibition in the Visitor Centre and a guided walk up to Russell Falls.
Goblin & Fairy Trail 9am to 4pm
Giants’ Table and Cottages, Junee Road, Maydena.
Show and Tell. Bring along your proof of sightings, footprints and stories for us to catalogue.
Col Bailey will be signing his new Thylacine Book on Sunday. 11am to 3pm
Wildlife Exhibition, 11am to 3pm
Tiger Trail for kids, 11am to 3pm,Tours to Churchill’s Hut, Bus to Power Station 9.30am & 1.30pm Bookings Essential
Gallery and gift shop open 10am to 4pm each day also locally grown plants and produce for sale
Maydena Country Cabins and Alpacas, Junee Road, Maydena
Cuddly, newly- groomed alpacas will be on site ready for patting and hand-feeding by visitors
Alpaca Wool Spinning – a display by three expert wool spinners.
There will be crafts, cakes and biscuits with a Thylacine theme available for sale made by the three spinners and
parents of Westerway School.
There will be a photo opportunity for all, with the resident dog, Obi, sporting Tiger stripes.
An under 10s “ find out about the Thylacine” activity and information centre for children to make and take their
activities. Tea, coffee and nibbles available. Saturday and Sunday 10.30am to 5pm
Maydena Online Centre
Crafts, cakes and slices. Saturday and Sunday 10:00am to 5:00pm
Rail Track Riders, Maydena Station, Maydena
Ride along the Railway track to the end of the line and back again for $15 per person
There is a small Thylacine display half-way through the journey and tales of where the last Tiger was caught nearby.
A special on-track display of the Derwent valley’s ‘Track cycle’ which is 120 years old and made of wood
with steel capped wheels, brass foot pegs and wooden brake shoes -like the hauler log bogies.
Contact: Geoff Williams, railtrackriders.com.au
Tours of Churchills Hut – Saturday and Sunday 10am – 2pm and 1pm – 3pm, includes private charter to and from Maydena, 20 minute return nature walk to the hut, morning and afternoon tea. Bookings essential at www.tassiebound.com.au
Lake Pedder Chalet
Self guided walks of Lake Pedder
Fishing Competition 12am Sat midnight to Sunday 11am
Open Saturday & Sunday afternoons from 12 until 5pm.
Usual farm bar – bring a picnic.
Show and Tell. Bring along your proof of sightings, footprints and stories for us to catalogue. Col Bailey will be signing his new Thylacine Book on Sunday. 11am to 3pm