On a hot afternoon, forty-four members found their way to Teralba Park. After sharing stories from the past year, it was time to head off on an easy 4 kilometre walk along Kedron Brook. Some members elected to sit in the shade and reminisce. As it was a return walk, some elected to not walk all the way to the South Pine Road bridge. It was perfect timing for the group who walked to the bridge as on their return the nibblies were being served by a willing band of volunteers. We had a toast to friendship and to an interesting activities’ program for 2019. As the sun was setting, a wave of members adjourned to the adjoining Everton Park Girl Guide Hut where the “Dodgy Caterers” had a dinner prepared. The screening of nostalgic movie footage of NPAQ’s past adventures was enjoyed by all. This was followed by some trivia questions. Books from the NPAQ library were available for members to rummage through and most found a treasure for holiday reading. As with all NPAQ functions, pack-up and clean-up were completed in a flash. Special mention must be made to Annette, Ian, Margot, Lex and our granddaughters Sharlize and Kayla for their assistance with the serving and clean-up of the kitchen and hall. The leaders were happy to see a good roll-up and the lively banter enjoyed by all. Thank you to all participants.
NPAQ acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Queensland National Park Estate and strongly supports co-stewardship with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. Patron: Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC, PSM Governor of Queensland