Trip:- Radio Museum and lunch at Burralow Picnic ground

Details: 20th June 2015
Radio Museum and lunch at Burralow Picnic ground

Trip Information: Radio Museum – Kurrajong with easy lunch side trip to Burralow Picnic ground for a late (probably quite) Lunch then home. Great trip for the shortest day of the year! Come and see the history of Radio and Wireless Telegraphy.

Admission charges are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children.

First time offered! This promises to be a very interesting day even for the children.

Date:- Sat 20th June 2015

Meeting / Time:- Need to be at Radio Museum for morning tea 9:30am.
Complimentary morning tea for groups of 20 or more.

Booking:- *Booking essential*.
Please let the trip leader know by Monday the 15th June 2015.
email or phone.
Avoid disappointment; BOOK NOW!!!

Leader:- Phillip Favaloro (02) 9875 2159

Trip Grade:- Easy

What to bring:- Full tank of fuel from Pennant Hills. Bring lunch and morning/afternoon tea, camera (pictures needed for TRAXION), UHF radio and your recovery gear (even though we don’t expect to need the recovery gear)..

Trip background information:-
Kurrajong Radio Museum address 842 Bells Line of Rd, Kurrajong Hills NSW 2758
Phone (02) 4573 0601
A group tour will take around 2 hours.
Copied from web site. (

The museum is a privately funded operation displaying many aspects of radio and is run by Ian O’Toole VK2ZIO. It contains many operational radios and other equipment ready to be demonstrated. Visitors will be given a guided tour. With 250m2 of floor space, large groups can be accommodated. Kurrajong is about 50km to the north west of Sydney, Australia with limited public transport facilities so that visitors are advised to make their own travel arrangements.

This site gives information about the museum and provides details of a variety of individual radios for collectors. Information on additional radio equipment is being added as time permits and will include background, technical details and photos.

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