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 Post subject: Gemini Interstate Meet - Kiama 2011 Easter Long Weekend
PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:45 am 
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New Updated details.

So Kiama will be the place where the 2011 Gemini interstate meet will be held.

It will be held across the Easter Long weekend including the ANZAC day holiday
- Good Friday Saturday Easter Sunday Monday And Concluding on the Anzac day tuesday

The majority of us are staying at Kendalls on the beach caravan Park.

Contact (02) 4232 1790 it's under the "Gemini Meet"

The Supercruise itself will be held on Easter Sunday.

We will be meeting up at the carpark at the blowhole/lighthouse @ 10:30am for a STRICT 11am departure.

Details on the route will be within this thread.

Don't hesitate on contacting me for further information Via Pm or sms
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Look forward to seeing you there.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:01 am 
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I'm down for where ever we choose, but Kiama sounds like a good plan to me. Fairer for you southerners. But that means we expect a better turn out . :D

Hopefully Ill have the TX on the road by then, and the Mrs can bring it along
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f*#k yeah.

Car should be turbo'd and have new plates/rims by then!

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Well I have to get there I gather to show my dial and the Black Beast.

Now would you all consider an inland area such a Tamworth/Hunter Valley for the turn out as it is more central?

Just a thought but this would suit my CDT - a Country Car not a beach bum :lol: :lol: :lol: but I could always just bring the ZZ/Z or gypsy van in it's place and sleep in her :lol: :lol:

Let me know your thoughts peoples as I will need to plan ahead for this and get the CDT regoed etc.

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When you work it out the middle ground for melbourne and brisbane is between newcastle and sydney.

However the last few years the melbourne guys have travelled 14 hours to be at port so we thought it fair for it to be biased toward them this year. And melbourne is big for gems, so hopefully it means a better turn out.

CDTs have been seen at Port for the last few years, and its hardly a "Country town" :D

The reason we are tending to look at coastal towns is

1. They tend to lie on major highways these days, and are easy to navigate to for people who arn't familiar with the area (all of us)

2. Realistically, all you boys with your mint gems wanna stick to sealed roads for the cruises. If we go west, the criuse routes become very limited without integrating gravel.

Any suggestions will be discussed im sure, and im open to everyones ideas.

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Now would you all consider an inland area such a Tamworth/Hunter Valley for the turn out as it is more central?


Good idea, no travel from me then :P

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Andrew64 wrote:
I like the way you think Nick

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i've sorta grown to like the idea of kiama being the spot to have it next year to be honest.
We will need to come to some sort of agreement sooner rather than later so I can look into places to stay and things to do etc
Ps I hope to have some new bits and pieces on mine to :D

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where abouts is this new place for next years one??

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Gene FJ20DEBT wrote:
farkin distance + to much


This year it was half the distance and yet very few of you QLD's bothered, so we figure its time to give the Southerners a chance to out do you's.

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Thats not too bad for me, I'm in Tamworth so probably bout 5/6 hours just looking at the map.

Although in my Gemini it will seem like 10/12 hours :)

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