There’s no doubt that ANZAC Day 2020 will be very different to ANZAC Days of previous years. While we will not be gathering at services or marches, there are still ways to acknowledge ANZAC Day and ensure Australian servicemen and women are appropriately remembered.
1. Be part of the Community Ode - Record a video of yourself reciting The Ode or sharing a message of support for veterans on your social media. Respond “Going” to the Anzac Day 2020 Facebook event. Then use the hashtags #Anzacspirit and #lightupthedawn and share how you’ll be commemorating privately, as well as who you’ll be remembering this Anzac Day.
2. Light up the dawn at 6am on Anzac Day. Go to the end of your driveway, stand on your balcony or in your loungeroom and listen to a brief commemorative service. Together – even while apart – we’ll remember those who served and sacrificed. You can pledge your support at rslanzacspirit.com.au
3. Tune into live services and virtual commemorative services. This includes the 5.30am service from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. There will also be a 10am virtual and streamed service (closed to the public) from the Anzac Memorial in Sydney that will be broadcast live with more details to follow.
4. Reach out to a mate or veteran who might be alone. Many people are alone during this time of isolation. It’s an opportunity to invoke the Anzac value of mateship and check to see how a mate is doing. And if you know a veteran please call or reach out to them, check in on them, thank them for their service and help them if needed during this time.
5. Donate to the Anzac Appeal online at anzacappeal.com.au. Donations support Australian veterans and their families in need.
Great opportunities exist for marine related businesses that want to base themselves at a location offering world class facilities and a built-in client base.
The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club seeks business that will complement the ‘one stop’ convenience provided by our Boatyard and marine facilities to Club Members and visitors.
Your new work space includes a large workshop and office space situated at the entrance of the Club as package or may be considered separately.
The space available includes an office on the entrance facing (north) and a large workshop on the lower ground facing the Green Point hardstand and boasts excellent access to the Club’s Boatyard.
To learn more download the Tenancy EOI Prospectus today and or contact:
(02) 9998 3700 or email email@example.com
The Green Point ‘Tenant’ building is in a prime location at the left at the main entrance to the Club.
The space available includes an office on the entrance facing (north) and a large workshop on the lower ground facing the Green Point hardstand and boasts excellent access to the Club’s Boatyard. The office has ample natural light and overlooks the Green Point Hardstand.
The Boatyard not only services club members boats on the marina but also those on the hardstands, moorings, boats located on Pittwater, Sydney Harbour and beyond.
- 50 tonne travel lift
- 860+ boat lifts per year
- 341 berth marina and 70 hardstands
The Club's onsite tenants provide professional services to meet the boat maintenance needs of Club Members and visitors from Sydney and afar. Club tenants work with the Club's Boatyard to provide a ‘one stop shop’ for boat maintenance and the marina attracts visitors from all over the world.
- A person can pick up a boat from a dealer, broker or person that they have purchased it from and tow it home as it is considered a reasonable excuse under obtaining goods and services as is taking it to a dealer or broker to offer it for sale.
- A person can drive to a dealership or retail store to pick up boat equipment under the obtaining goods and services excuse.
- A person can access their vessel at a marina or on a mooring to check on systems and to make sure it is safe and compliant in line with undertaking legal obligations.
- A person can take their vessel (by water or road) to a marina or boat shed for repairs or service under obtaining goods and services and likewise return it home or to its mooring or marina.
This update provides some clarity to both business and public, especially as there have been cases of Police intercepting people and issuing warnings that their travel is unlawful, while travelling by water to boat yards for service, maintenance or repair. Transport for NSW is to update their website to reflect this information in due course.
Easter Long Weekend Hours
* The club will be closed on Good Friday.
* The tender service will operate between 8am - 5pm. For tender service telephone 0427 477 854.
Easter Saturday 11th April - Easter Monday 13th April
* Tender Service & Reception (via telephone 9998 3700) 8am - 5pm
* Food & Beverage (takeaway: coffee, ready made meals, beverages) 9am - 5pm