23 October 2017
Need a ride to the Games Closing and after party in Burnie? Don't worry we've got you sorted.
All accredited participants, supporters, volunteers and officials can take advantage of free buses to the Burnie waterfront.
To ride, you must book with Buses R Us by calling 1800 350 220.
The bus schedule is below with exact pick up locations.
Don't forget to get your discounted tickets to the after party with the Hoodoo Gurus at West Park Oval.
To purchase, participants will need to enter their registration number under Competitors General Admission ticket.
CLICK HERE to buy your Hoodoo Gurus tickets.
Pick up in Devonport at approx.–
15:00 Argosy East Devonport - 221 Tarleton St, Devonport
15:10 Gateway Fenton Way Devonport - 16 Fenton St, Devonport
15:15 Meercroft Park Hockey Centre, 240 William St Devonport
15:30 Camp Clayton - 41 Clayton Rd, Turners Beach
Pick up in Ulverstone at approx. –
15:10 Bass & Flinders - 51 Eastland Dr Ulverstone
15:15 Scout Hall - 73 Alexandra Rd Ulverstone
15:20 Ulverstone Information Centre - 13 Alexandra Rd Ulverstone
15:25 Basketball Stadium - 1 Flora St West Ulverstone
15:30 Apex Caravan Park - Queen St West Ulverstone
Pick up Penguin at approx.–
15:30 Penguin Post Office - 80 Main Rd, Penguin
15:35 Opposite Johnsons Beach Rd on Main Rd
Dropping at Burnie Surf Club
Return Pick up at 22:45 at Northern end gate West Park Oval at turning circle
More than 10,000 athletes and spectators will come together in Adelaide in 2019 for the 17th Australian Masters Games.
Tasmania’s North West has put on a show during eight days of memorable Australian Masters Games action, according to Games general manager Scott Wade.
It is impressive for anyone to take up a sport in their later years and compete as a Masters athlete, but starting out as a gymnast at the age of 60 is a remarkable achievement by Alexander Beernink.