THE Upper Hunter Virtual Shed Project is planning another great day out.
On Wednesday, November 9, the men’s tour takes in the Quirindi Rural Heritage Village and Bob’s Shed.
The journey starts from the Scone Railway Station at 8am with pick-ups at Murrurundi Visitor Information Centre and Willow Tree Visitor Information Centre on route.
“The previous tour in August saw more than 75 Upper Hunter men enjoying a day on the Hawkesbury River,” Virtual Shed Project officer Belinda McKenzie said.
“Our final one for this year takes in the Quirindi Rural Heritage Village, which houses a collection of tractors, machinery and engines, followed by a visit to Bob’s Shed to enjoy some lunch and view rooms dedicated to the late Peter Brock and a large number of motorbikes and model cars.”
A donation of $10 is requested and bookings can be secured by calling into the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre or phoning 6545 2562 as soon as possible to be guaranteed a seat on the tour.
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