NOTE: Accommodation is limited in Benalla so if not already booked in you will need to do so very quickly. We already have quite a number of rooms taken up by members planning to be part of the weekend.
Saturday 6th - journey to Benalla to arrive by lunchtime. Clynton will inform all participants a few days before the weekend where to meet. We are having lunch at a local eatery once the bulk of the participants arrive. After lunch we will move on to view the extensive street art around the town and the gardens bordering the lake. We will also have plenty of time to catch up with old friends and make new ones. Dinner is at a local bistro and overnight at Benalla.
Sunday 7th - after breakfast we travel about 60 km to our first point, Tungamah, on the silo art trail. We have morning tea in the park while there (you need to bring your own hot water thermos and eats for this break). From Tungamah we travel 13 km to St James and then 7 km on to Devenish. We will have a roast dinner at the Devenish Hotel. After lunch we continue 13km to Goorambat and thence 19km back to Benalla for our evening meal. Overnight again in Benalla.
NOTE: all roads we will travel on are sealed and in good condition for taking your Packard.
Total distance for the day is 112 km but done in easy stages.
Monday 9th - After breakfast, meander home.
A number of members have already booked in and the Comfort Inn is fully booked (some members and the rest are general public).
Other accommodation options are:
Avondel Motel, 21 Bridge St, Benalla, phone 03 5762 3677
Top of the Town Motel, 136 Bridge St, Benalla, phone 03 5762 4866
Rose City Motor Inn, 1 Faithful St, Benalla, phone 03 5762 2611
As soon as you have booked accommodation please let Clynton know (text or phone to 0418 100 102) so he can organise bookings for meals, etc.