Return Bus Ticket – Sunday 13th June 2020 – John Williamson Private Hinterland show

$25.00

These bus tickets are available only to people who have purchased tickets to the concert!

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Product Description

The bus will take about 25 minutes to reach the property from Mudgeeraba. It will leave the property again at approximately 5pm.  Bus tickets won’t be issued as one of our team will be travelling with the bus and will have a list of all our passengers.

PICKUP DETAILS

The first pickup will be at 11.50am, from the parking area on the corner of Gold Coast Springbrook Road and Hardys Road, (opposite Mudgeeraba Creek State School) Mudgeeraba.

GOOGLE MAP REFERENCE
https://www.google.com.au/maps/@-28.0859977,153.3518518,17z

Then at 11.55am, outside First Choice Liquor Shop which is next door to the Wallaby Hotel.

GOOGLE MAP REFERENCE
https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/First+Choice+Liquor+Mudgeeraba/@-28.076341,153.364519,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x579e419c417cb93!8m2!3d-28.076341!4d153.364519

Parking is not available at this pickup and is mainly for the convenience of people staying at the Wallaby Hotel.

These bus tickets are available only to people who have purchased tickets to the concert.

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Many of John Williamson's fans will be aware of the causes he has supported over his long career. He promotes these during his public appearances on stage, radio, television and in the press. John has always been careful to place his patronage on those organisations which reflect his own views, particularly of Australia, its people and its bush heritage together with its flora and fauna.

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