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Trips operate only on weekends (the grey ‘SA’ (Saturday) and ‘SU’ (Sunday) boxes below).

Click the date you want to come. REMEMBER: The morning sessions start at 10am and run until 1pm. the afternoon sessions start at 3pm and run through to 6pm. 3 hours each. Meet at Point Danger in Torquay, Victoria, Australia 🙂

In the ‘Details’ box, write am for the morning or pm for the afternoon session.  Complete the booking form information (including the CAPTCHA code under the details box) and hit ‘Send’.

I’ll get back to you to confirm your booking.

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I look forward to seeing you on the coast – Fred

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  • ZERP.IT says:

    He ihirangi nui tenei!

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