Coffee Catch Up 5-8-15
Aug
5
9:00 am09:00

Coffee Catch Up 5-8-15

"EVERYONE WELCOME"


* Connect - Encourage - Inspire *
 

WHEN:     Wednesday, 5th August at 9.00am

WHERE:   Cornucopia Museum Café - 19 Conacher Street (map)
RSVP:       Let Rhonda know you are coming!  RSVP 

Barefoot bowling at Darwin Bowling Club
Jul
31
6:30 pm18:30

Barefoot bowling at Darwin Bowling Club

- Come and join us for some barefoot bowling at Darwin Bowling Club -


COST:       $10 per person (includes green fees and bowls)
WHERE:   Darwin Bowls Club - 8 Conacher Street, Fannie Bay (map)
FOOD:       Bistro open for dinner….delicious!  (menu)

RSVP:       Before 29th July to RHONDA (Click Here)
NOTE:       Bare feet, thongs or bowls shoes only on Greens.
                 Children under 12yrs are not allowed on the green but are more than welcome to come.

 

The only skill you need is to know how to have fun!

Please RSVP and let Rhonda know you are coming! 

Coffee Catch Up
May
27
9:00 am09:00

Coffee Catch Up

"EVERYONE WELCOME"

* Connect - Encourage - Inspire *

WHEN:     Wednesday, 27th May at 9.00am

WHERE:   Cornucopia Museum Café

- 19 Conacher Street (map)

RSVP:       Let Rhonda know you are coming!  RSVP 

Darwin Symphony Orchestra – Concert & Fireworks
May
24
6:30 pm18:30

Darwin Symphony Orchestra – Concert & Fireworks

When: Sun 24 May 2015, 6:30pm
Where:Darwin Waterfront, 7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin
Admission: Free

The Darwin Symphony Orchestra and the Darwin Waterfront Corporation bring you a spectacular evening of Opera joined by Australia's Opera superstars: Rosario La Spina, Nicole Car, Jacqueline Dark and Andrew Jones. Conducted by Matthew Wood.
Pack a picnic and enjoy the Darwin Waterfront's tropical surrounds whilst listening to the passionate sounds of Puccini, Rossini, Mozart, Saint-Saens, Delibes and Bizet's blockbuster Carmen. Concluding with a finale of fireworks to end the evening.
Takeaway food is also available for sale. Patrons are asked not to bring glass. Eskies welcome, no alcohol or glass is permitted.

Darwin Deckchair Cinema
May
22
7:30 pm19:30

Darwin Deckchair Cinema

- Come and join us with a family movie at Darwin Deckchair Cinema -

MOVIE:    Maya the Bee Movie - An Australian adaptation of the German animated TV series. Maya is fed up with hive hierarchy and decides to explore the world outside, encountering friends and foes along the way. Starring: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Noah Taylor, Richard Roxburgh, Jacki Weaver (click here for more information)

WHEN:     Friday, 22nd May 7.30pm
WHERE:   Darwin Deckchair Cinema -Jervois Rd, Off Kitchener Dr, Darwin Waterfront (map)
TICKETS: Adults $16 Children $8.  Family available - Please buy tickets online:  (click here)
FOOD:       Food by Hanumans on Friday night….delicious!

Ladies Golf Day
Sep
12
8:45 am08:45

Ladies Golf Day

  • Darwin Golf Club

When: Friday 12th September, 8:45am sharp.
Where: Darwin Golf Club (map)
Cost: $55. This includes 9 holes of golf, buggy and clubs hire. The clubs can be shared to reduce cost.
Lunch Cost is subject to your personal order.
RSVP: To Rhonda here

Aussie Sundowner
Aug
17
5:00 pm17:00

Aussie Sundowner

  • Darwin Sailing Club

Aussie Orientation Services would like to invite you to a Cocktail Sundowner held at the Darwin Sailing Club. Come along and meet and greet other Club Aussie Members, some of our Perth AussieOS staff and other VIP guests. AussieOS are delighted to be putting on some food and drinks to let everyone catch up and enjoy themselves. So RSVP to an afternoon of great company and an amazing sunset. 

When: Sun 17th Aug, 5pm-7pm
Where: Darwin Sailing Club (map)
RSVP: to Rhonda here, by August 13th for catering purposes.

 

Madam Speaker Function
May
14
10:00 am10:00

Madam Speaker Function

  • Northern Territory Parliament House

Madam Speaker has invited Club Aussie Members, the chance to visit their
Question Time at Parliament House.

Visitors meet in the Lobby area near security at 9.45am and then we would go up to the East gallery to view Question Time which runs from 10.00am to 11.00am. Afterwards we meet Madam Speaker out on Speaker’s Green for morning tea and an opportunity to have any questions answered.

With all the heat in parliament at the moment, front page of most newspapers, this should be an interesting event to say the least!