SENIORS will have the chance to canoe on Broughton Creek and enjoy one of the region’s historic homesteads as part of Seniors Week 2013.
The Berry Sport and Recreation Centre will host a Seniors Active Weekend from March 22-24 as part of the week-long celebrations.
“This is a great opportunity for older residents to take advantage of fun outdoor recreation tailored to their needs,” said centre manager Bill Lyon.
The Seniors Active Weekend at Berry Sport and Recreation Centre includes a canoe trip up the Broughton Creek to an old Aboriginal campsite, as well as a visit to Alexander Berry’s homestead and a chance to sample the wines made there.
“There are more activities back at the centre and a campfire in the evening on the banks of Broughton Creek,” Mr Lyon said.
“The weekend will give you a true taste of what our region has to offer the young at heart,” Mr Lyon said.
A special Seniors Week discount offer is just $100 for the whole weekend, including instructor-led activities, all meals and accommodation.
Berry is one of 11 Sport and Recreation Centres across NSW which are available for sport events, school camps, holiday programs, seniors programs, corporate team building and much more.
Bookings are essential.
For more information and to book, visit www.dsr.nsw.gov.au/seniors or phone 13 13 02.