The following Social Activities are available during the Wings out West Competition.

Organised Activities

Wednesday 13 March 2019 - Post Practice Day Welcome BBQ at the Comp Headquarters at the Showgrounds from 7:00pm.  BYO BBQ fare Salads provided - no charge.  BYO drinks or honesty system for a few ales/wine/softies. Sign up when you register at Comp HQ.

Thursday 14 March 2019 - At 7:30pm a number of tables have been booked for competition entrants at the Chinese restaurant at the Services Club.  Pay as you Go. Drinks available from the service Club bar.  Get together with a few to organise a table or just turn up and join others at a table. Sign up when you register at Comp HQ.

Friday 15 March 2019 - The Official Mid Comp Dinner/Bush Dance from 6:30pm at Comp HQ Pavilion - is included in your entry fee. Any partners will need to pay $25.  Main and Supper provided.  BYO drinks.  The Kelly Gang Bush Band will be starting up at 7:30pm straight after the main meal and the local community has been invited to join the dancing and supper.  A great opportunity to thank the local folks for their hospitality and have a hoot doing some bush dancing with the locals.  If you haven't done bush dancing before - no worries - the band leader is calling all the dances.  Even if you have two left feet you will have a blast. The local community has been told that Paraglider pilots are not shy when it comes to having fun.  DO NOT MISS THIS EVENT. Sign up when you register at Comp HQ.

Saturday 16 March 2019 - Pizza at the Trundle Hotel.  Come and join your fellow competitors for few drinks on the pub verandah.  Order you pizza and drinks at the bar.  Pay as you go. Sign up when you register at Comp HQ.

Sunday 17 March 2019 - Post Competition let your hair down at the Services Club for those who stay on for the final night.

Other Casual Activities Available

Swimming Pool - your WoW Organisers are liaising with the local council to ensure the swimming pool is open post-task for a refreshing swim before the evening's activities.

Tennis - Bring your tennis racquet for a casual game before or after the competition tasks.  Arrangements are being made with the local tennis club to make available the tennis facilities.

Golf - The "Royal Trundle" golf course is administered by the Services Club.  You can arrange a game of golf by speaking with the person behind the bar.  Great way to start the day before it gets too hot or in the event of a no-fly day why not try and break the course record to ease your competitive urge.