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Here you will find important information about the trip, things to bring and what to expect. Please read through carefully and let me know if you have any queries.
**Please check here 24 hours before the event for any changes to our schedule etc**
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Friday 9th July – Sunday 11th July 2021
10.30am Friday – 5.30pm (Approx) Sunday
GETTING READY FOR THE WEEKEND
WHAT TO EXPECT
The fun begins when we pick you up in the city (See map and info below) at 10.30am. We head out towards Whyalla with a stop at Port Germein to have a leg stretch and check out the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere! There will also be a lunch stop on the way at a bakery or cafe (own expense)
Once we arrive in Whyalla, we get to settle in to our accomodation before meeting at a designated spot, and going on to have a pub dinner and getting to know each other a little more.
Saturday morning is the big event! After breakfast we will head on over to “Where the Cuttlefish Are” and get our snorkel event underway. There will be 3 snorkel guides and if you have any fears or concerns before the event, be sure to let Mich, Beck or Kate know. Once we have all had enough of snorkelling , we will head back to Whyalla with a cafe/bakery lunch stop on the way (own expense) before heading to our cabins for a hot shower and a change of clothes.
In the afternoon we will have a lovely stroll along the foreshore, taking in some of the local sights incuding the brand new circular jetty and (hopefully) the local friendly dolphins will pop their heads up to day hi! Then it’s over to the pub for dinner (own expense) before retiring for the evening.
After breaky on Sunday, we will gather our belongings, pick up our pre ordered lunches (own expense) and head towards home. Stopping at the base of the Flinders, we have a lovely (grade 2) easy little hike to stretch our legs and have our lunch, before heading back to Adelaide. Our aim is to get back by approximately 5.30pm – depending on the days events this can be quite fluid. Please ensure you let one of our hosts know if you have a strict schedule!
Please note that our weekend events involve a go with the flow type attitude and sometimes the itinerary changes. This means we may adapt the activities to the people and environment, to ensure the most safety and fun for all!
We thank you for your understanding around this!
Light breakfasts are included and where possible, an all hands on deck approach would be appreciated.
Tea and Coffee provided.
We plan to pack up at around 10.00am on the Sunday before picking up our lunches and heading over to the base of the Flinders for our hike and then back to Adelaide that afternoon/evening, for an approximate arrival of 5.30pm.
If you have a strict schedule, please advise your Mucha Host so we can ensure you get back when you need to.
*WHAT TO BRING
- We recommend taking a deliciously warm long sleeve jumper and long pants to get into after the snorkelling – you will be cold when you get out of the water.
- You will also need a towel and bathers and a wet pack to carry them in.
- It’s the middle of winter and it gets cold in Whyalla – you’ll need warm clothes – layers recommended.
- Toiletries – goes without saying! 😉
- Snacks, sunscreen, sunnies, hat, comfortable clothes and walking shoes etc – we will be walking and hiking.
- Something comfy to sleep in – remember you’ll be sharing!
- A rain jacket in case of showers. (You can check the weather forecast on the link on this page prior to the day.)
- Backpack for carrying lunch and drinks. Drink bottle and a lunch box. Any medication you need.
- Don’t forget your camera, an easy going attitude and your biggest smile and, of course, your sense of adventure!
*Note – We do ask you to ensure the size of your luggage is kept to a minimum – and soft bags are preferred.
Due to the amount of snorkelling equipment, we have very limited luggage space in our vehicles.
(We don’t want to have to leave anything behind!) With thanks.
Women Only – 18 women plus 3 hosts
Transport: To and From Adelaide (City location)
Port Germein Pier Walk
Twin Share Cabin Accommodation
2 x Breakfast (Cereal, Bread for Toast, Tea, Coffee, Milk, Sugar, Butter, Jam, Vegemite)
Snorkel Event – Transport to remote location,
All Snorkel gear,
Guided snorkel with 3 guides
Afternoon Foreshore Walk (Including new jetty, dolphin spotting and Hummock Hill lookout)
Easy Mambray Creek Area Hike
What about meals?
2 x Light breakfasts (included in price)
2 x Pub Dinners (Own Expense)
2 x Bakery or Café Stop for lunch (Own expense)
Pre-order lunch packs for Day 3 Hike (own expense – but will be organised by us)
If you forget your drink bottle, you can purchase one of our awesome Mucha branded stainless steel ones for just $20!
Or email email@example.com and order one for yourself now! 🙂
Thats 20% off retail and they are SUPER FABULOUS! 🙂
Meet us on the cnr of Franklin St and Bowen St Adelaide (The Joinery 111 Franklin St next to the Bus Station)
10.30am on Friday (Say hi to Mel and grab yourself a coffee at The Foodprint Experience if you’re early – it’s a Mucha friendly cafe! )
Look for the Mucha Mobiles
PICK UP LOCATION
YOUR 3 FRIENDLY MUCHA HOSTS
MICH & BECK
Click the below link to the 7 day weather forecast – Please check the weather conditions at least 24 hours before the adventure.
If we need to change our plans you will be given 24 hours notice. Please check this page for any updates.
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MUCHA ADVENTURE COURTESY POLICY
- Please respect your fellow participants’ opinions and beliefs.
- Please be mindful of your noise on sleepover adventures whilst others are sleeping.
- Mucha is a safe and inclusive environment.