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Remember to Slip, Slop and Slap

Meeting Point: Pinjarra Bakery - MADDINGTON
Finishing Point: 101 South Perth Esplanade
Meeting Time: 10:00am
Departure Time: 11:00am
Arrival: Time: 11:30am

Coffee Van Attending: No

Reminder: Whilst I would not expect any issues with Chrysler Owners anyways, we just need to remind all of the speed limits and Hoon laws in WA. (If you’re looking to have some fun in your car we ask that you keep that for the track). We do ask that all drivers remain together as this provides a bigger impact as we travel on our roads and give us a chance to show off these great cars.

Designed for the whole family - This will be a one leg cruise from our meeting point to South Perth and it’s for the family so please bring mum’s, dad’s kids etc, once at the location we can grab some photos of our parked cars. BBQ’s are available and the details are listed further below. So if keen bring alone some snags and bread for your numbers and have a sausage sizzle with your Chrysler Family whilst you relax a bit, people can head off as they wish.

If looking to meet us there without attending the meeting point please feel free.

South Perth
101 South Perth Esplanades
South Perth WA
Car Park (not sure how full it might be on the day)

We have a nice grassed location along with a toilet block and BBQ’s

This will be a BBQ day and a time to meet new members as well as catching up with old ones. It will also be a BYO so the types if things suggested bringing are:-

Drinks
Meat
Salads
Bread
Sausages
Etc

Be sure to bring your wife, partner, parents, kids etc as it should be a nice afternoon for all.

https://southperth.wa.gov.au/
Great playground for the children next to BBQ facilities
A nice place to relax while walking near the river walk
The only downside is paid parking

There are plenty of barbeques located throughout the picnic areas. I’m not sure however believed all of the Park BBQ’s are $1 coin operated, with each coin providing a heat cycle of approximately 12-15 minutes. We suggest that you only insert one coin at a time, waiting for each heat cycle to end before inserting your next coin.

May Averages
While it is a little cooler than the preceding months May is not yet a time to put the second blanket on the bed – throw it on the lawn instead when you picnic.

Average Temps during May
Maximum temperature – 21.7C
Minimum temperature – 10.5C


Looking forward to seeing as many members as we can, the last BBQ was a hoot.


Needing any information of support, feel free to PM or email [email protected]
 

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