Up and comming Social events

Gentlemen’s Pub Crawl of Gawler. Heading out by train (Free travel if you have a seniors card) on the 23 Jan 19 for lunch and a few beers. Apparently there are 6 pubs within easy reach of the railway station. With the train handy there is no need to drive.
Wolf – Weinstadl Restaurant 446 Main Road Coromandel Valley. 22 Feb 19 at 7pm. Cost is $38.00 PP for two course meal and a glass of wine.

Guest Speakers 5 March 2019

5 March 2019 David Bacchus from the Police Water Response Unit is giving a presentation on the tasks and roles of the Star Force.

Remember that meetings with a guest speaker start at 7:30pm with pizza or sausage sizzle.

4WD Simpson Desert. May 19

Fitzy is planning a 4WD trip east to west across the Simpson Desert to Birdsville.

Then driving on to Oodnadatta arriving in time for the Oodnadatta Races on the 11 May 2019.

If interested place name on list at club room.

More details closer to the date.

4WD Bush trip 13-22 July 18

 The Bush trip is over!  below is a report and some photos of what happened.



Last Sunday I set off for Innamincka where I was to meet up with other members of the dive club. Our plan was to conduct a tour of Outback Historic Hotels.
Along the way I came across Eagles feeding on road kill and stopped for pictures of the birds.

I drove up the Strzelkecki Track to Montecollina Bore where I stopped and enjoyed the warm waters and a good rest before continuing the journey. Later that day I arrived at Innamincka and was surprised to see so many people there with a long line of campers waiting to fuel.

That night I joined up with the club members and we all went to the pub for a meal.
The hotel was a busy as any you would find in the city and the food was excellent. We then headed back to the campsite for a few beers and to sit around the camp fire.

Next day our journey took us into Queensland travelling along the Adventure Highway and a slight detour into Nuccaleena to see the hotel and to have lunch at the nearby billabong.
We set up camp outside Thargomindah. Next day we drove to Bourke however Queensland has built a fence between itself and New South Wales and we had to open the gate between the two states and clear Queensland customs.

When we arrived in Bourke Rudy made contact with a local land owner and was told of an excellent place to camp along the Darling River. Again there was the traditional camp fire and beers.

My final day with the group was travelling to Wilcannia where we camped in a local caravan park. About midnight the wind picked up to gale force ripped through the camp causing us to quickly put out the camp fire as it was starting to blow cinders towards the bush. While putting out the fire I saw my tent flying across the camp site closely followed by Rudy’s. Fortunately I was able to catch it and recover my sleeping bag and other belongings.

Friday due to family commitments I had to leave the group and drove home via Broken Hill.

All in all an excellent adventure.







Christmas Party 2 Dec 17

The party starts at 2pm with the dinner served about 4pm.

BYO drinks.

Members and family are free guests $25.00

Membership can be renewed by direct debit to the following account. Please ensure you print out your transfer receipt and bring to the next meeting.
Name: Sea Wolves Dive Club      BSB: 015208      Acc: 417913534

We meet every Tuesday evening, doors open from 7:30pm, meeting starts 8:30pm, 10 Bayford Rise, Morphett Vale, New Members Welcome!