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    The Red cliffs

    The Famous red-coloured cliffs at Woody Point visible from the bay.
    The city's name originates from "Red Cliff Point" named by the Lieutenant(later Captain) Matthew Flinders one of the first men to step foot on the Peninsula.

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    The Gayundah

    After 40 years of transporting gravel, the Gayundah was considered to be of no further service and was towed to the base of the Woody Point cliffs and left to act as a breakwater.

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    Aerial View

    An Aerial View Of The Redcliffe Peninsula showng the Scarborough marina.

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    Houghton Highway and Ted Smout Memorial Bridge

    The new Ted Smout Memorial Bridge is the third to span Bramble Bay, linking Sandgate and Brighton in the south, with Clontarf and Redcliffe in the north.
    It is Australia's longest bridge.

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    The Redcliffe Jetty

    The Redcliffe Jetty has been considered the heart of the Peninsula since The late 1800s.
    In 1881 Rev John Sutton and other landowners requested that a Jetty be built at Redcliffe Point.
    The Third Redcliffe Jetty opened In 1999.

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    Settlement Cove Lagoon

    The Settlement Cove Lagoon also known as the Redcliffe Lagoon is located in the heart of Redcliffe.
    A visit to Redcliffe is not complete without visiting the artificial lagoon and amphitheater at Settlement Cove. Built in 1993.

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    Suttons beach.

    The Festival of Sails event is held on Good Friday every year and is hosted at Suttons Beach, more than 25,000 visitors attend this seaside carnival.

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    Redcliffe

    Another aerial view of the Redcliffe peninsula featuring views of the Redcliffe jetty and beaches.

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TERM DATES FOR REMAINDER OF 2017

Term 4 Tuesday 3rd October - Friday 8th December - 10 weeks



CAMPUS OFFICE HOURS

8.30 am - 4.00 pm Monday to Friday

CLASS UPDATES/SNIPPETS

 

There are several tutors taking a break in term 4, so the following classes will not be held in term 4:

MS Word & MS Excel (spreadsheets) - Carol Lusk Getting Started with Word – Carol Grimley Simply Shares – Anthony Marston Poetry Appreciation – Margaret Hede Living Naturally with Herbs – Peter Kolb Android Smartphones & Tablets – Bill Colen Basic Computers – Bev Salisbury Writing, Formatting, Editing & Marketing E-books – Vlady Peters Cycling for Pleasure – Tony Nobbs Keyboard Workshop – this class has now been cancelled iPad Workshop – Wendy Mealy

SOME EXCITING NEW COURSES ARE BEING OFFERED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TERM 4:

Exploration & Discoveries on the Australian Coast 1500’s to 1850 – Rod Heath (replacing his current history classes on UK and USA). History for Living – Darryl Claffey – Monday 2:30pm to 4:00pm. Practical Guitar – Darryl Claffey – Friday 9:00am to 10:30am Attend and you WILL learn to play. Social Media - Want to know the intricacies of using Facebook, and how to communicate using Twitter & Instagram. Antje Kiewitt will teach you on Wednesdays 1:00pm to 2:30pm in the Computer Room. Bookings for this class need to be made through the office - $30 for the 8 week course.

RETURNING CLASSES TERM 4:

Australia in World War 1 – Sam O’Neill – Friday 11:00am to 12:30pm. We are happy to be able to offer Japanese for Beginners again – with a new Tutor, Elena Nabokova, who lived in Japan for 20 years - Wednesday 10:00am to 11:00am. The “Write your Life Story” classes with Steve Wilson will not commence until Monday 16 October for term 4. The Beginners Family History classes with Rick Aindow will not commence until Tuesday 10 October for term 4.



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