Events

SCAA AGM Gold Coast 2020

SCAA 2021 AGM - POSTPONED (details to follow)

DATE:

Friday 28th May 2021,  8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

VENUE:

Mantra View Hotel, 22 View Avenue, Surfers Paradise Gold Coast Queensland

EVENTS:

AGM Dinner - Exclusive 1 hour Shark Bay Tour followed by Great Aussie BBQ
(Venue - SeaWorld Resort)

ACCOMMODATION:

MANTRA ON VIEW HOTEL

Please note that there is a special accommodation rate for SCAA members. Guests can make reservations by calling 1300 987 604. Please quote ‘Shearing Contractors Association of Australia’ to ensure special rate.

RSVP:

Text of phone 0432 851 359  or email lisa@scaa.org.au
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