Court Renovation Update…these images are not as disturbing

The scaffold is in preparation for the final plastering which will happen tomorrow morning.

The electrician has been re-wiring and has put up one row of the new lights which you can see on the main wall side to the right.  We will eventually have five rows of those making a total of 45 new lights.  Washing down the walls, which are very dirty/dusty may commence tomorrow and maybe some painting.

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Finale | Bathurst Cup Fundraising Dinner

Ghost - Ben Qulity

Ghost – Ben Qulity

Ralph by Craig Waddle

Ralph by Craig Waddle

A Vietnamese & Visual Feast
In the finale to the Bathurst Cup fine dining fund raising dinners, Tim Last, of the Junction Motel, is again weaving his culinary magic – this time with a magnificent Vietnamese banquet. Diners will not only be able to feast on amazing food, their eyes can take in a visual feast as well.  The hosts of this dinner, Greg Kerin and Caroline Schwerkolt have a unique art collection which they are looking forward to sharing with their fellow diners.
Another fitting highlight for the last Bathurst Cup Dinner will be a short talk given by Mike Happell (Captain of Australia’s Bathurst Cup team) about his experiences from the last 13 Bathurst Cup tournaments he has played in.
Saturday 14th March, 6.30pm for 7.00pm
$150 pp
Click here to RSVP
6th March
(Numbers are strictly limited)

Hot and Sour Fish Soup
Canh chna ca’

Hue Spring Rolls
Nem cuon hue

Prawns on Lemongrass skewers
Tom bao mia

Braised Duck with ginger and spring onions
Vit tiem gung hanh

Caramelised Pork Clay Pot
Lon kho tieu

Beef with green peppercorns and sticky rice
Bo ham voi hat tieu xanh

Fresh Fruit with Tapioca pudding and  Caramelised  dipper sauce.
Che chuoi chung

Invitation to Attend The Taste of Tasmania Fundraising Dinner


The Taste  of  Tasmania Fundraising  Dinner
Following the success of the French Fine Dining Dinner, the Bathurst Cup Fundraising Committee have put together another fantastic dining opportunity – The Taste of Tasmania – to be held on

Saturday, 23rd August

at the magnificent home of John and Sue Davis.

Chef Tim Last, from the Junction Motel/Restaurant in New Norfolk will this time be preparing a feast showcasing some of Tasmania’s finest produce.

Cost is $200 per person and reservations can be made by filling in the contact form below.

Places are limited so book early.