Tour de Hobart - Wed 18th to Sunday 22nd March 2020 (inclusive)
Click on lots of embedded threads below

Three Precedents -  attendees behaved 'em selves most of the time

1.    Adelaide in Nov 2016 - attended 1st Test against South Africa, visited Adelaide touristy thingos and played two rounds of golf - 9 attendees

2.    Brisbane in Nov 2017 - attended 1st Test against England, touristy stuff and play two rounds of golf - 10 attendees

3.    Canberra in Feb 2018 - attended 2nd Test against Sri Lanka and played two rounds of golf - 12 attendees

One Day international Australia
 v
New Zealand Blundstone
Arena Bellerive Oval
15 Derwent St,
Hobart
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2pm, Friday 20th March
'til way after bedtime

Government
House

Mount
Wellington

Govt. buses every hour take 15 mins to the lookout

Maritime
Museum
of
Tasmania

Admission $10

On Hobart’s historic waterfront, opposite Constitution Dock, in the Carnegie Building 16 Argyle St

Bonorong
Wildlife
Sanctuary

Open 9am - 5pm every day

Daily tours at 11.30am, 2pm and 3.30pms

593 Briggs Rd, Brighton,     Tas..
Bus from Hobart departs 10 mins past the hour and takes 1hr 39 mins each way

Mawson's
Hut
Replica Museum

Located in the heart of the tourism precinct on the Hobart waterfront, at Cnr. Argyle and Morrison Sts

Open daily
9am to 6pm

Adult $15

Concession$12

21 Reasons to Visit Hobart in Tasmania including. the above 'five gems'
Trip Planner - Metro
to plan government bus and ferry rides

Hadley's Orient
Hotel

34 Murray Street, Hobart

(03) 6237.2999

Stay three nights or
more and
save 20%

Edinburgh Gallery
Bed & Breakfast

211 Macquarie St, Hobart

(03) 6224.9229 

Room 'n b'fast
prices

Stay at the above Hadley's Orient Hotel or Edinburgh Gallery Bed & Breakfast in the CBD for up to 5 nights from Wed, 18th March to and incl Sunday 22nd March.  Depart Monday, 23rd March '20.  Or earlier.  Or later.

A cricket ticket to the One Day Game against NZ on Fri, 20 March at Bellerive, requested by:

1.   Don Story
2.   Anthony Johnston
3.   Trevor Hodgson
4.   Philip Johnston
5.   Garry White

6.   Peter Foxall

7.   Ted Fargus

8.   Bernard Story
9.   Tony Zucconi

10.  Nick Pronin

11.  Al Robertson

12.  Geoff Meulman
BankTeller will not order cricket admission tickets 'til late Oct after each person has remitted $50 to him, which will -

a)   avoid not ordering a ticket for a No Show; and

b)   ensure that all interested attendees sit together. 

If he orders tickets earlier, and others opt to attend, they wouldn't sit with us and miss out on copious, worthless banter, cruel jibes from insecure sods' humorless jokes, often bereft of wit.  Not to mention doubtful cricket theories espoused by proven Red Ball failures prone to play down the wrong line of life, too frequently caught in the corridor of confusion.

Play up to three golf courses (from 15 courses within 30km of Hobart), albeit most are only 9 holes.  Sunset is 8:30pm
Below 3 courses are 18 Holes:

  1. Kingston Beach Golf Club  - 10km South of CBD.  Brett in ProShop 03 6229 4298  Green fees $50, Renting clubs $50, Cart $40.  Tues, Wed or Thurs after 1pm.   Bus from CBD is 100 yds from Pro shop

  2. Royal Hobart Golf Club  - 14km from CBD.  Address: 20 Regal Court, Seven Mile Beach   Green fees: with a Golflink Number $85, otherwise $110  (03) 6248 6108  Daniel proshop@rhgc.com.au  Rental clubs: basic set $50 or top-end clubs $75  Sun & Mon open all day, Tues & Thurs after 11.30am

  3. Tasmania Golf Club  - 16km East of CBD golf@tasmaniagolfclub.com.au  (03) 6248 5138  Nick White Professional, Green fees $75, Club rental $30 or $50.  Motorised carts $40  Any time except Wed morning and Saturdays

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Hobart Gillette One Day International
Australia v New Zealand
Friday 20 March 2020

 

A Reserve

B Reserve

General Admission

Away Fan Zone
Section 22

Alcohol Free Zone
Sections 27-30
and The Hill

Adult

$50

$40

$30

$30

$40

Concession

$38

$30

$23

$23

$30

Child

$25

$20

$10

$10

$20

Family

$113

$90

$65

$65

$90

From: CA – Group Bookings [mailto:groupbookings@cricket.com.au]
Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 10:03 AM
To: Philip Johnston <scribepj@bigpond.com>; CA – Group Bookings <groupbookings@cricket.com.au>
Subject: RE: When will the itinerary for the Pakistan, NZ and Bangladesh tour next Summer be available?

Hi Philip

In regards to seating options the Alcohol Free Zone’s aren’t under cover.

Below are my recommendations:

  • North East Stand – A Reserve: $50pp (Adult)

  • The back of Bays 7-11 – A Reserve: $50pp (Adult)

  • David Boon Stand – General Admission: $30pp (Adult) n.b. seats aren’t allocated so you would need to arrive early to try and secure a seat undercover at the back of the stand.

Which area would be your preference and I can hold 20 seats for you while you finalise your group.

Kind regards,

LOUISE JEFFS | Groups Business Development Manager
Cricket Australia | 60 Jolimont St | Melbourne Victoria 3002
Direct: +61 3 9653 1173 | Mobile: +61 428 406 150 
Louise.Jeffs@cricket.com.au | www.cricket.com.au

Blundstone Arena seating