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  • All the promo and planning for Harbour Cruise, our annual fundraising event, finally came to a close on Friday! Everyone that gave their time and effort towards the event deserves a round of applause as the night went splendidly. Tonight we had our wrap up dinner at Hanuman Thai, recieved a de-brief from Liv, and left very full! ... See MoreSee Less

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    Don’t forget that Ticket Sales close in 30 Hours for Burlesque on the Harbour 2017 at midnight on Thursday. So don’t Delay and get your tickets now, as in the last 24 hours we had another 15 people buy tickets, and the numbers are still increasing!
    Two Notes also -
    If your purchased a cash ticket off a Turramurra Rover Crew Member and you have not redeemed your code, you must do this by Thursday night also, so that you can get your ticket generated. The Code Is not your ticket!

    As this is Scouting activity, everyone is required to do an E1. We will be sending the E1 out to everyone who has purchased a ticket Via Eventbrite, and you can also access it from this link here bit.ly/2yocrzu

    We Request that everyone prints out and signs the E1 before they come to Line up to board the boat, as it will save us and everyone else time.

    Follow the link to grab your little tickets now!: bit.ly/2f2aAYN
    Or check out our event page for more info: bit.ly/2xtbN26

    Get Excited! The boat leave in 50 hours!
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    Had a fantastic long weekend? Already wanting Friday to be here but don’t have any plans? Don’t worry we have you covered.

    In just over 79 hours’ time, Burlesque on the Harbour 2017 will depart from the Commissioner’s Steps in Circular Quay. With over 200 people already attending for a night filled with all the corsets, stockings, top hats and suits you can think of, it will be one not to miss out on which is sure to be one of the biggest Turramurra Rover Crew Harbour Cruise’s ever run!

    $79* will buy you front row tickets to an all you can eat** and drink*** high seas experience. Group bookings attract the pre-sale price of $69* (see all booking details at the link below) DON’T MISS OUT ON ANOTHER BIG YEAR

    Ticket Sales close at midnight Thursday 5th of September! So don’t waste time and get your tickets now!

    Follow the link to grab your little tickets now!: bit.ly/2f2aAYN
    Or check out our event page for more info: bit.ly/2xtbN26

    *Does not include credit card fees **Finger food ***Beer, wine, and cider
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    This long weekend the crew drove out to Cowra to help Ian Abraham with work on his mother's farm while she is unwell. The weekends activities included crutching, herding and shearing sheep, building a stone path that will slow soil erosion for Landcare, covering fruit trees to protect them from the birds and loading sheep into a truck ready for their trip to Melbourne. Somewhere in there, we even managed to find some time to put our feet up and relax! ... See MoreSee Less

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    9 DAYS TO GO

    With more and more tickets being sold every day, you can't afford to miss out on this year's Harbour Cruise.
    You can now get your friends and buy 10+ tickets a time for a fabulous price of $69 each!

    Don't forget to register your cash-purchased ticket by following the link below!
    Follow the link to grab your hot little tickets now!: bit.ly/2f2aAYN
    Or check out our event page for more info: bit.ly/2xtbN26
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Harbour Cruise 2011

On 14th October, about 200 Rovers and friends gathered at the Commissioner’s Stairs in Circular Quay in preparation for another fantastic Turramurra Harbour Cruise! With this year’s theme being “Masquerade”, the most common thing heard all night was, “Oh, I didn’t recognise you under the mask!” And what masks they were. The three storey cruise
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Goodbye Jen

Goodbye Jen

There comes at time in peoples lives during rovers that they turn 26, which means that they have outlived their time as a rover in the scouting movement, but not in the movement entirely. This weekend Rovers from Turramurra and various other crews both past and present came together to celebrate Jens life in rovers
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Anzac day 2010

Anzac day 2010

A Summary of Events of 1st Turramurra’s ANZAC Day Adventures by Fred(Nick)ANZAC Day 2010 – Wet, Windy, Inspiring At the ridiculous hour of 3am there sat eight Turramurra Rovers on a train bound to Wynyard. Swa, Glyn (who was very awake), Marcus (slumped on his chair), Lucy (with hair not washed for 4 days), Mark
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