Pittwater RSL Club


Treat yourself to a full day out, guided by our lovely receptionist, Heather. Visit places of historical or cultural
significance, beautiful gardens, famous landmarks and more - all whilst travelling in air-conditioned comfort -
in a luxurious coach provided by our partners, On Course Tours. Our popular bus trips usually take place on
the 1st Monday of each month. Previous destinations have included the Southern Highlands, the ANZAC
Memorial Museum, Port Hacking cruise, Yulefest at Ettalong, Maitland & Morpeth and many more... 
Pricing for the trips is variable, depending on the day's destination, however Club Members always save
$5 on the cost of their ticket. You do not have to be a Club member to take part - Everyone is welcome!

Bookings are essential and can be made through Heather, either in person when you visit the Club or by
phoning 9997 3833 between the hours of 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
Flyers for upcoming trips are available from Lower Reception, and more information below:


Winter Yulefest at Waterview Restaurant,
Berowra Waters - Monday 3 July 2017

Located right on the water's edge at scenic Berowra Waters, the Waterview Restaurant is a
gorgeous location for a mid-winter Christmas lunch. 

Upon arrival you will be served a welcome sherry, followed by a delicious entree of French
vegetable soup with a bread roll. The main meal is roast pork belly with crackling, turkey,
roast potatoes and vegetables. And of course, no Christmas lunch would be complete without
the traditional baked Christmas pudding and brandy custard. Tea and coffee will be served
with dessert, with soft drinks and wine served throughout lunch.This year's entertainment at
the Waterview mid-winter Christmas lunch is one of the founding members of the Australian
pop music industry, Roland Storm.

This fabulous day out also includes a tour of the Dural, Galston and Cherrybrook districts.
The bus will depart at 10.30am and return at approximately 4.30pm. Tickets are $85 for
members and $90 for non-members.



Reserve Bank of Australia, Chinatown &
Parliament House - Monday 14 August 2017

The day begins with morning tea at Mrs Macquarie's Chair, before a tour of the Reserve Bank
of Australia's Museum, which tells the story of our currency notes against the background of
Australia's social and enconomic development from colonial settlement to now.
This guided tour is approximately 1.5 hours and is suitable for all levels of mobility.

Lunch will be a delicious Yum Cha feast at Marigolds Restaurant in Haymarket. Enjoy foods such as
steamed Prawn Gow Gee, pork dim sims, dumplings, noodles, with Chinese tea and followed by dessert.

The afternoon continues with a fascinating tour of State Parliament House which will focus on the physical buildings, its history and traditions. The tour will also reveal some of the more notable characters who have served our state!

This tour costs $63 for members and $68 for non-members and includes morning tea, a two
course lunch and coach transport.
Departs from the club at 9am and returns at approximately 4.30pm.



Bowral Tulip Festival - Tuesday 12 September

The Southern Highlands are a delight to visit all year round, although never more so than springtime when Bowral is tranformed by a mass of colour. This year sees the 58th anniversary of the festival and once again Corbett Gardens is a beautiful centrepiece. Many of the private gardens of the Southern Highlands open their gates to raise money for charity, and we'll inspect at least one fo the award winners, along with a visit to Mount Gibraltar to take in the colourful panorama.

Our day includes morning tea at Nepean Dam near Bargo, and then lunch at Robertson Inn where we will enjoy a two course meal including tea and coffee. Following lunch we will explore the wonderful area of Burradoo which has some magnificent houses and gardens.

Green Brier Park is a National Champion Garden set in an old Australian eucaplyptus woodland,  overlooking Mittagong with magnificent views of the Nattai Valley and Blue Mountains. The garden incorporates an English style design with Australian native shrubs and trees to produce a unique garden setting on some three hectares. Perennial borders, formal lawns, streams and ponds, an old "cottage ruin", fountains, vistas and a beautiful range of trees and plants make this a garden not to miss.

This tour costs $80 for members and $85 for non-members and includes morning tea, two course luch, two garden entrance admissions and transport. The coach will leave the club at 8am and return at approximately 5.30pm.