Wednesday 26th November
10 Club Cars plus 1 Modern arrived bright and early for a morning trip to Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum. Travelling through Gilston and Maudsland, the club arrived at Highland Reserve Park on Rose Valley Way for Morning Tea. Everyone enjoyed the chat and were joined by some water birds looking for something to eat.
After continuing along the M1, some people stopped at Yatala Pies to purchase their lunch before arriving at the Beenleigh Historical Village. The attendees enjoyed reminiscing as they inspected all the old buildings restored from the early Beenleigh settlement including the original Council Chambers. Also, a homestead from a nearby cane farm is being restored. There was also a lot of vehicles, mowers and machinery all well preserved, on display.
The club welcomed new member Karl in his Mercury Comet and also new members Tony and Trudy Jenkinson who joined everyone for lunch. Thanks to Bill Budd for organising a great day. Twenty people enjoyed the run and were happy to see everything preserved in such good condition.