Euroa line dancers enjoy a delightful Christmas outing
Lisa and Andrew and when settled we then headed out of the dock and into the Yarra River on our way to Williamstown.
Andrew provided a very detailed description on the history of the area and how it has changed over the years. For some it was their first time sailing under the Bolte and Westgate Bridges. The trip across to Williamstown brought out the sunshine and after a delicious morning tea we docked at Williamstown.
It was then all ashore for a very pleasant hour wandering around this delightful suburb, many enjoying a cuppa and doing some shopping.
On returning to the Tramboat a delicious fish and chip lunch was served which was enjoyed by all.
The return trip was once again accompanied by Andrew’s informative commentary. On docking the group headed onto trams - some to visit the Myer windows and others just wandering around town. All met up later at Southern Cross but unfortunately one was left behind trying to find a lost phone!
She did make it back home thanks to someone driving to Seymour to collect her!
All arrived home safely after a delightful day and huge thanks to Judy Williamson for organising it all - another great memory for us all - thanks Judy!
ALL ABOARD: Euroa’s Line Dancers are all smiles as they catch the Tramboat from Victoria Harbour in Melbourne’s CBD and head downstream to Williamstown for their annual Christmas outing.