The Australia Rotary Health Muster for Mental Health is coming together. It will be a big event with a total of twelve segments or drives around Australia featuring Mental Health.
Touring caravans all the way around Australia ?
The idea came from the Rotary Tag Along tours, where Rotarians and others would ather and participate in a caravanning tour in a defined area of Australia. These tours have been successfully held for several years and the opportunity came in 2016 for Australian
Rotary Health to be the beneficiary of funds raised for our mental health programs during the Tasmanian tour.
You can join us in Tasmania in February 2018. We would love you to be with us for the entire time with your caravan, mobile home or car or come along for one of our “Runs”. You have the option to complete as little or as many as you want.
We are all independent, but not alone on the Muster for Mental Health. Get on the road with a purpose, to bring awareness and forums on mental health and youth suicide.
For more details contact ARH corporate manager Terry Davies email@example.com.
Tasmania Sunday 4 February to Sunday 25 February 2018 22 Days
- Tasmania in February is the jewel in the crown for the Muster. The climate is just right after the heat on the mainland. It all starts at Deloraine, the National Trust Town of significance. Not far to Beauty Point with a stop to taste those cool climate wines.
- St Helens, the largest town on Tasmania’s North-East Coast, is the next stop. Catch up on the scenery at Binalong Bay and the southern end of the beautiful beaches of the Bay of Fires.
- On to Orford with the Maria Island National Park and those swimming beaches of including Raspins, Shelley and Spring Beaches.
- Drive to Port Arthur to check out the Blow Hole, The Devil’s Kitchen and the numerous look outs over these spectacular coastal scenery. Don’t miss the Port Arthur Historical Sites.
- The beautiful Huon Drive makes for one of the best drives in the state passing through the Wellington Range.
- Next to Strahan, nestled on the shores of the massive Macquarie Harbour and the gateway to the World Heritage listed Franklin – Gordon Wild Rivers National Park.
- The climb to Cradle Mountains takes you through the ancient forests and alpine heaths as you look up to that 1,545 meters above sea level summit.
- Move on to breathe the cleanest air in the world at Cape Grim and stay at Smithton.
- On Sunday 25 February 2018 is a breakfast, followed by a Festival in the Park, if anyone wishes to attend. The Festival is an annual event run by two Ulverstone Rotary clubs and Rotaract.
In Tasmania contact John Dare
10 Oct 2017 RE: RT