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Daryl Bishop

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President:    Daryl  0409056977      

darylb_1955@bigpond.com   

Secretary:    Lyn  0400093387           

lynray29@bigpond.com     

Treasurer:    Robyn  0413267963       

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 Welcome!

Our Social Travel Sub-Club is open to everyone to join.  We have a monthly local outing and a major trip once a year.  We put a lot of effort into ensuring our social group get the best value for money for our trips. 

When we put a social outing our team ensure all costs are covered in your one price to come along.

We also hold an annual Christmas Dinner Party with 4 courses, drinks, live entertainment and a large Christmas tree.  Everyone at Hoppers Club is welcome to attend our dinner event in December.

CHECK OUT OUR CURRENT SOCIAL EVENTS BELOW IN THE CALENDAR

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A Day on the Bellarine    Sunday  June 18, 2017

A Day on the Bellarine Sunday June 18, 2017

A Day on the Bellarine    On Sunday the 18th June saw 33 members have a leisurely drive to Queenscliff arriving at 10 am having morning tea from the bus.  At 10.50am we had a tour of Fort Queenscliff this was to be for 90 minutes we could have spent another hour as there was so much to see especially in the museum. Lunch was at Vue Grande, having a 2-course meal. We had fish and chips alternated with roast pork and vegetables followed by chocolate parfait with berry coulis for dessert.  We had free time to browse the shops leaving for home at 4pm. A great day was had by all and thanks goes to Daryl for organising a great day. Thank you Pauline...

Trivia Sunday July 16th, 2017

74 people attend the afternoon for Trivia. Well what can I say about the afternoon……  It was a fun afternoon of Trivia. It was run by a company called “Quizzame”. There were 4 rounds of questions with multiple choice answers, there were no pen and pieces of paper in sight as each table had a small gadget that was used to answer the questions with.  We also had a game of heads and tails with which we had to answer the questions with either hands on your heads for yes and hands of your bottom for no.  The team that won the afternoon of trivia was “Sunbrites”. There were eight ladies on this table each winning a bottle of wine and a $25 venue voucher. Congratulations to those ladies. We also had reverse bingo for $5 a number, with 2 lots of the same numbers being sold with the last number left was the winner which meant there were 2 winners for each prize. The first number out received a prize then progressively each  number was drawn until there were only the last 3 numbers with each winning a prize. The  prizes are listed below Congratulations goes to all the winners of the reverse bingo. Last place: wooden spoon & chocs                3rd place: $20 & chocs 2nd place:   $50 & chocs 1st place: Raelene Wilson & Pauline Lethborg            $100 & chocs We also had a game of “Blast from the Past” which we had to name the people that were pictured and some of them were hard to recognize. There was a door prize, lucky bamboo plant and 2 bottles of wine Now massive thanks must go to...
May Trip – Bright Autumn Festival      May 5-7, 2017

May Trip – Bright Autumn Festival May 5-7, 2017

  May Trip – Bright Autumn Festival     May 5-7, 2017 We departed the club on Friday with 26 members on board. Morning tea was at Wallan Service Centre where we enjoyed lemonade cupcakes with our cuppa. After a quick toilet stop at Glenrowan we arrived for lunch at the Red Stag Deer and Emu Farm.  The view was fantastic.  Here we have a 2-course lunch with tea/coffee.  Dan, whose family own the farm, gave us a talk about the farm.  After lunch, there was time to have a walk around the farm. We departed for Bright after a short drive we arrived at the Bright Motor Inn. We arranged for everybody to meet in the courtyard at 5pm for pre-dinner drinks.  Dinner was at Bistro Aliment,  the restaurant only opened the week before dinner was delicious!!!!  After dinner, a group of us went for a walk into town to walk of our dinner.  The group meet a young lady with a violin in hand and asked her to play a tune.  While she played for us we did a whip around and collected $15 for her and when we gave it to her she said, “are you serious”, then it was back to the Motel. Day 2 Breakfast was at 8 am, in the restaurant, after breakfast the day We walk into town to browse and shop and shop and shop then had morning tea at the bakery then more browsing. After lunch, we watched the parade which was “Living in the 90’s”.  Then we had 4 pm drinks and nibbles in the courtyard of the motel.  We played a game of “a girl’s name starting with A, B and...
Maru Koala & Animal Park – April 9th, 2017

Maru Koala & Animal Park – April 9th, 2017

32 Member departed the Hoppers Club on Sunday 9th April bound for the Maru Koala & Animal Park at Grantville, our first stop was at the Akoonah Market in Berwick after an hour of browsing the market with people making purchases we left for the Maru, a Koala and Animal Park.  We arrived at Maru and after confirming our admission we received a talk about Koalas given to us by one of the staff members Renae.  We then had free time to browse around but had to meet for lunch at 12.30pm.  Where we had a beautiful 3 course meal. After lunch, some off our members decided to brave the elements and played pirate mini golf which everyone enjoyed even those that played during the rain showers. We boarded the bus at 3.45pm for our trip home and it started raining which continued most of the trip home. Thanks goes to Robyn and Brian for their quick thinking and changing the venue for this trip which was a remarkable...
Healesville – March 19, 2017

Healesville – March 19, 2017

Healesville – March 19, 2017 We had an 8.10am departure with 44 members on board, we arrived at the Healesville Sanctuary 9.45 am at. Were we had morning tea from the bus. We had 2 hours to roam around the Sanctuary. Everybody would have loved a bit more time to look around, as there is so much to do and see there. We left the Healesville Sanctuary at 12 noon for lunch at the Olinda Creek Hotel, for a very nice two coarse lunch. After lunch, we set of to the “The Biggest Lolly Shop in the World” at Westmeadows, where some of our members took the opportunity to purchase some last minute Easter eggs, and of course, those with a sweet tooth purchased some of their favourite lollies. At around 4 pm we left to make our way home, arriving at the club by 5pm. A big thank you goes to Lyn for organizing this lovely...
Melbourne Star February 2017

Melbourne Star February 2017

February Trip Melbourne Star Sunday 19, 2017 Departed the Hoppers Club at 8.30am departure. We arrived in St Kilda market for morning tea from the bus. After about 2 hrs browsing the market we left for lunch at Pier 35 in Port Melbourne for a beautiful 3 course lunch, which consisted of a shared tapas platter for entrée with 4 choices for mains, gnocchi, chicken parmigiana, risotto or fish and chips ending with alternating desserts of churros (Spanish donuts) and cheesecake. After lunch we headed of to the Melbourne Star. We had 2 pods booked which accommodate 20 people each, they are quite roomy with plenty of room to walk around but there were a few people that looked green. After the ride on the Star we had some time to browse the shops leaving for the Hoppers Club at 4.30pm. A big thank you goes to Robyn and Natalina for organising this trip....
Trip to Phillip Island October 2016

Trip to Phillip Island October 2016

October Trip 2016 – Phillip Island Departed the Hoppers Club at 7.45am . Stop for a coffee break at the Officer Service Centre where we had morning tea.  We arrive at Vietnam Veterans Museum in New Haven we were given a talk about how the museum started in John and Krishna Methven’s garage in San Remo and moved to its present site in  late 2006, a 1 ¾ acres piece of land next to the Phillip Island airstrip. We started with a Holographic Light and Sound show and then had free time to browse the museum. We had lunch at Phillip Island RSL after lunch we went to Churchill Island Heritage Park at 2.15pm. We had 1 ½ hrs free time to roam the farm.  It is a 50.7 hectare island in Western Port and connected by a bridge to Phillip Island.  It is the site of the first European garden in Victoria.  It is a working farm with cottages dating from the 1960’s and a homestead dating from 1872 all fully restored and open to the public. We board the bus at 3.15pm to make our way home. It was a quiet trip home getting back to the club at approx. 6.30pm. Thanks goes to Raelene Wilson for organising this trip and a great day was had by all.    ...
Daylesford August 2016

Daylesford August 2016

We departed the Hoppers Club at 7.40 am with 44 people on board. We arrived at Daylesford at 9:00 amfor morning tea the members could have morning tea from the bus or have a coffee from the café at the market. After the market, it was onto the Daylesford Spa country railway where we boarded the historical train at 9:45 to Bullarto and back. A bit of history about the railway…. Over the past 23 years the Daylesford Spa Country Railway has restored the line between Daylesford and the terminus at Bullarto.  Except for a short distance past Bullarto and the yard at Trentham the remainder of the line was dismantled in 1988.  Three fully restored railmotors operate regular services between Daylesford and Bullarto every Sunday of the year with the exception of Christmas Day.  Lunch was at Royal Hotel in Daylesford where we had a 3 course meal of tomato soup with bread, fish & chips and roast pork and lemon tart with cream for dessert. After lunch we had time for a walk around town. We left there at 2.35pm for St Anne’s Winery in Myrniong.  After sampling and purchasing was done we boarded the bus to make our way back to the club arriving at 5pm.  A BIG thank you goes to Robyn and Brian for taking this on this trip at short notice trip. Thank you Pauline...
Pratty’s Patch June 2016

Pratty’s Patch June 2016

  We departed the Hoppers Club at 8.30 am with 54 people on board. Our first stop was at Castlemaine at 10am where people either had morning tea from the bus or went to the few coffee shops in town. Leaving at 11.15 am we made our way to Pratty’s Patch arriving at 12 noon. Where we enjoyed a two-course roast lunch, which everybody enjoyed, during and after lunch we were entertained by a two-piece band called the incident, everybody enjoyed the music that much the members request that they play at our Christmas dinner Dance. Pratty’s Patch donated two bottles of wine to us as a thank you for our patronage as this was our second visit to the historical hotel, it was deemed a raffle should be held during the afternoon with the wine as the prize, with the winners Frank Aidone and Arthur Pateras receiving a bottle each. We arrived back at the Hoppers Club at approx. 5.30pm and with a great day had by all. Thank you, goes to Daryl for organising this trip. Thank you Pauline...
Mount Dandenong/Cuckoo               May 2016

Mount Dandenong/Cuckoo May 2016

  We departed the club at 7.45 am. After a leisurely drive we arrived at the Sky High Restaurant in Mount Dandenong for morning tea at 9am. After morning tea we went to Olinda Township with about 45 minutes to browse the shops. We also went to Cloudhill Gardens and Nursery after the nursery we went to the Cuckoo Restaurant arriving at 12.30 pm where we had a lovely smorgasboard meal.  A few of our group became cow bell ringers playing a tune.  We arrived back at the club at approx. 4.30pm and a huge thank you goes to Christine Hetherington for offering to do the morning component of the day and I’m sure everyone will agree with me. Thanks also goes to Robert and Carolyn Pattison for organising the afternoon.   Thank you Pauline...

Q&A’s

Where do you meet up?

We normally head out to our outing from our Hoppers Club head office at 180 Pannam Drive, Hoppers Crossing.  Ph: (03) 9748 4844.

How often do you go away?

We have monthly outings plus annual major trips which may include flying or a cruise.

Do I have to be a member to go on a trip?

Yes you have to be a member of the Hoppers Club and the Social Travel Group before you are permitted to come on the holidays.

What type of places do you go to?

Locally we visit all over Victoria with day trips.  Our big trips have been on cruises, New Zealand, Townsville and more.

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