Guest fee changes

The guest attendance program has been changed from just four free visits to any number of visits. Guests will have to cover a $10 door fee, but for their first six visits the cost will be only $5. Juniors can come for half-price and have a non-gaming guardian come for free.

This change makes it easier for infrequent gamers to come along and play on our Wednesday, Friday and Sunday sessions without having to become a member. Membership is encouraged with a cheaper door fee and access to other benefits.

2023 Extra Activities

From the start of 2023 the society is open on our regular Wednesday sessions with the addition of Friday night sessions (currently popular with the Marvel Crisis Protocol crowd) and regular Sunday sessions (popular for big game days). Three chances a week to join us.

We have removed the 4 free visits limit for guests. You can now attend up to six time for $10 a visit and after that $15 a visit. You can join as a member any time (currently $50 for the half year) to attend for $5 a visit, or pre-pay for 6 months at $125 and attend any number of sessions. With three sessions per week that’s great value.

The 2023 competition schedule is starting with Crows Feast on Saturday May 27th. Check out the Crows Feast page for details.

50th Open Day Update

The Society wishes to extend a big thank you to all the guests that joined us, the display from the National Military Motor Museum and all the traders and sponsors that offered such a great range of prizes to the raffle. It’s been a big day and we’ll get all the photographs and other details up soon.

We will wish Ross Dawe congratulations of becoming the second life member for Group North. He was awarded this at the opening ceremony today and is a justified recipient of the award. Thank you Ross for all the work you’ve performed for the Society over the years, and we still look forward to working with you for many more forward.

President Jack Parkin awarding Ross Dawe life membership

We also had an ex-military vehicle on display at the front of the building.

National Military Motor Museum display

Finally we were blessed to have one of the original founding members of the club return, Russ Sheldrick.

President Jack Parkin with founding member Russ Sheldrick