Wednesday 31 May 2017
Travel Club Members:
National Trust Heritage Award Winning Tour!
75th Anniversary of the fateful night three midget submarines attacked Sydney Harbour on 31 May 1942.
Coach transport to & from Sydney, morning tea and fully guided tour on an exclusive historic ferry. Retrace Sydney’s forgotten history on this authentic and exclusive National Trust Heritage Award Winning Tour. Hear what really happened on that night, when three Japanese midget submarines entered Sydney Harbour, 75 years ago today! Your fully guided tour on an exclusive historical ferry of that era will include: insight into the attitude to war in Sydney at the time, see Tesco House, where the English admiralty had their dinner on the fateful night, go to Green Point (where the boom nets were located) and Bradley’s Head (where the first sub fired a torpedo) and see the Conning Tower of one of the ill-fated midget subs at Garden Island. Morning tea of freshly made scones, jam and cream with tea & coffee will be enjoyed at Fort Denison. Lunch stop during the day at your own expense
Kiama Bowling Club – 7am Blue Haven bus stop – 7.05am
Oak Flats Station – 7.25am Albion Park Station – 7.30am
Dapto Station – 7.40am Unanderra Shops – 7.50am
Figtree McDonalds – 8am Wollongong Station – 8.10am