Travel Club Event
Presenting Partner — Travel & Cruise Fundamentals.
Enjoy an evening with Stephen Scourfield and the Travel Team who will lead guests on a literary, musical and culinary journey through Africa
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With thanks to our presenting partner, Travel & Cruise Fundamentals — who is a specialist in Africa travel.
Travel Editor, Stephen Scourfield is a highly experienced traveller in Africa. In an informative talk, he will bring invaluable advice and scintillating inspiration. It will bring sub-Saharan Africa alive. From the southern belt of South Africa to Botswana, and from Namibia to Zambia and the Victoria Falls edge of Zimbabwe. And in East Africa, from Tanzania and Kenya to Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda.
Composter, Steve Richter will bring the rhythms of Africa alive — Footloose in Africa.
He and Stephen Scourfield combine in a moving performance — and Steve also has a rather special drumming moment to share.
Chef Costa Simatos, head of the skilled kitchen team at the University Club of Western Australia, originally from South Africa and who began his career there, is cooking up a special menu, to bring our guests a real taste of Africa.
On the night, this Africa inspired three course meal will be served with pre-dinner drinks, wine and beer, all included in the price.
It will be an extraordinary evening – and definitely one not to miss.
The Club Restaurant, The University Club of Western Australia
Hackett Entrance #1, Hackett Drive
Crawley WA 6009
Evenings and Weekends
Car parking is free of charge after 5.00pm on weekdays, and all day on weekends in all university car parks.
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