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Australian Deer Association

Australian Deer Association

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WELCOME TO THE AUSTRALIAN DEER ASSOCIATION!

The Australian Deer Association Inc (ADA) are The Deer People.

Deer as a quarry and deer hunting as a recreation have a unique, timeless appeal almost amounting to a faith in their exponents. The world’s literature confirms this. Indeed the Australian Hunting Archive contains in excess of 30,000 books, journals and articles chronicling Australia’s hunting heritage.

Australian deer hunters inclined by nature to be ruggedly individualistic, eventually realised there was need for a common voice.

The Australian Deer Association Inc. is and has been that influential voice since its formation in Melbourne on September 5 1969.

ADA has a long history of initiating deer research and related conservation activities, effective lobbying to increase hunting opportunities and active campaigning for access to public land for hunting.

Amongst politicians, public servants and the general public ADA has a reputation for effective, constructive and considered action that benefits the deer, hunting and the wider community.

ADA injects common sense and reasoned argument into all topics relating to deer management, deer hunting, land management and animal welfare. ADA takes its role as an advocate for the deer seriously and this is evident in the results it has achieved to date.

ADA members take a strong stand against cruelty and illegal hunters.

The ADA has promoted safe, responsible and ethical hunting as a cornerstone of and condition of membership for over 40 years.

Hunting and fishing are as old as mankind. With increasing urbanisation and growth of the “concrete jungle”, more and more people are returning to their roots by joining the great outdoor adventure – recreational hunting. In Australia, deer are recognised as the ultimate hunting challenge.

Are you ready to participate in the great outdoor adventure with ADA?

  • World class hunter education opportunities
  • Regular organised hunting trips
  • Leading the fight for wild deer management and public land access for hunters
  • Promoting the role of hunting and shooting in Australia’s history and culture
  • Unrivalled insurance coverage
  • Connection with the wider community

Become a member now!

Canberra Ducati Club

Canberra District Ducati Club

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WELCOME TO CDDC!

Riding an Italian Machine? We’d love to see you on a ride or at a meeting.

Have a Ducati, Morini, Cagiva, Moto Guzzi, Italjet, Laverda or any other Italian Machine? Come along and ride with us! We are called the Canberra District Ducati Club, but really are interested in any Italian motorcycle.

Another big plus for the Canberra District Ducati club is the ability to Historic Register your Italian (or other) bike with the club. So long as the bike is older than 30 years, you’re a valid member and the machine is period correct then it is eligible. Contact at historiccddc@gmail.com to find out more.

https://canberradistrictducaticlub.org.au/

ACT Junior Rugby Union

The Canberra Men’s Choir

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WELCOME TO THE CANBERRA MEN'S CHOIR!

The Canberra Men’s Choir is a non-auditioned choir that welcomes any men who enjoy singing regardless of their musical experience and ability. The Choir is proud of the fact that many of its members’ first experience with singing is when they join the Choir.

The Canberra Men’s Choir, established in 1986, is a non-audition choir that welcomes all men who enjoy singing regardless of their musical experience and ability. We are proud of the fact that many of our members’ first experience with singing was when they joined the Choir. We perform a diverse repertoire in venues around Canberra. We are currently a small group of around 40 guys. We always welcome new members, both young and old, experienced and inexperienced.

Email enquiries: canberramenschoir@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CanberraMensChoir/
Web: http://www.canberramenschoir.weebly.com/

Swiss Choir Canberra

Canberra Swiss Club

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WELCOME TO THE CANBERRA SWISS CLUB!

Canberra Swiss Club Inc

The Canberra Swiss Club is a group of Swiss people and their families residing in the ACT and neighbouring districts of NSW, and others with a special interest in or relationship to Switzerland. The club holds various events like fondue nights, national day celebrations, ‘Jass’ card tournaments, picnics, and bushwalks.

The Canberra Swiss choir ‘Crèmeschnitte Chörli’ rehearse in the Keller of the German Harmonie Club. They are a lively group who sing traditional Swiss songs for fun in all four of their national languages (German, French, Italian, and Romanch). The choir performs at Swiss Club events and for the community to perform at nursing homes and at festive events including at the German Harmonie Club. The Committee of the Canberra Swiss Club also often conduct their meetings at the German Harmonie Club, and have held some of their club events there.

More information on the Canberra Swiss Club and their various activities and events can be found on their website:

https://swissclubact.com/

Contact: Secretary

Email: secretary.canbswissclub@gmail.com

Social Dance

Social Dance

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WELCOME TO SOCIAL DANCE!

Are you interested in dancing?

Every Tuesday night from 7pm – 9.30pm as well as first Sunday of the month. On these Sundays,
qualified dance instructor Diane (ASSOC, SATO, QADS) is available to give lessons between 2.30 – 3pm. This is followed by social dancing for all.

For more details contact Roger Royal at 6291 0608.

Canberra Blues Society

Canberra Blues Society

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WELCOME TO CANBERRA BLUES SOCIETY

The Canberra Blues Society is a ‘not-for-profit’ collective of like-minded individuals who are passionate about the art of traditional and contemporary blues music.

About the Canberra Blues Society   

The Canberra Blues Society (Incorporated) is a ‘not-for-profit’ collective of like-minded individuals who are passionate about the art of traditional and contemporary blues music. One of our aims is to support family-friendly venues throughout the Capital Region that nurture and support local amateur and professional blues musicians. The Canberra Blues Society also aims to provide regular music jams, blues events and blues-related social activities for the enjoyment of its members.

We seek to establish an environment that will both educate and showcase blues music, blues music culture and the blues spirit to the wider community. We also hope to be a regular meeting place for people to become involved with others with similar musical interests.

We invite you to come along to our next jam to find out more about the society and the blues!

Contact: contact@canberrabluessociety.com.au

Website: www.canberrabluessociety.com.au

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ACT Eight Ball Association

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WELCOME TO THE ACT EIGHT BALL ASSOCIATION

The ACT Eight Ball Association (ACTEBA) was formed in 1989 to advance and promote the game of Eight Ball within the Australian Capital Territory and its surrounding districts.

The ACT Eight Ball Association (ACTEBA) was formed in 1989 to advance and promote the game of Eight Ball within the Australian Capital Territory and its surrounding districts.

The Association currently has over 300 members in more than 36 teams who compete in Team competition on Wednesday evenings in four divisions (Divisions 1 to 4) and on Thursday evenings for Super League. The association also runs junior competitions and training on Saturday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm during the school terms. We are certainly one of the fastest growing sports within the ACT.

The ACTEBA is affiliated to the Australian Eight Ball Federation (AEBF) and has been competing at the Australian Eight Ball Championships since 1990. ACT players have represented Australia at the World Eight Ball Pool Championships in Blackpool, England.

www.acteba.com.au