Peugeot Easter Pageant – Boonah, Qld
30 March @ 8:00 am - 2 April @ 5:00 pm
Peugeot Pageant at Easter 2018, Boonah, Queensland
Friday 30 March to Monday 2 April
The Scenic Rim, which is the site of this year’s Peugeot Pageant in Queensland, is a group of forested mountain ranges straddling the border between South Eastern Queensland and North Eastern NSW.
If you have not already registered for the 2018 Pageant in Queensland, I would urge you to give it serious consideration because it is well worth the trip. If you think it is too far and if you prefer not to drive, or make a short holiday out of it, there is always the option of flying direct to Brisbane and hiring a car to get you to Boonah which is only an hour and a half away.
The Outlook, which is the venue that Queensland used for their 2014 Pageant, is absolutely fabulous and totally self contained. Modern and very comfortable, it is an accommodation, conferencing and events facility supported by the Queensland Government. As members of PCQ as well as PCCV, Murray and I attended the 2014 Pageant and could not fault the venue in any way shape or form. We have already registered for this year’s event and are looking forward to it immensely.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided on site, all of which are excellent. If you want more privacy, there are a couple of motels close by which can cater for your needs. It is entirely up to you!! Your Pageant Registration Fee covers all meals and accommodation if you stay at the Outlook. If you choose to stay elsewhere, your meal costs will be included in your registration fee but you will need to let the organisers know.
The concours, motorkhana or driving skills (or whatever does or doesn’t take your fancy) are run on the Outlook Complex which is great that it means that we don’t have to travel to different locations. You can choose to participate (or not) in any event. It is totally your choice. If you choose not to do anything, you can relax in a beautiful, tranquil environment and chill out.
Boonah forms part of the Scenic Rim in South East Queensland and takes in Lamington National Park, the beautiful Tamborine National Park and Tamborine Mountain itself which is an absolute delight in terms of retail therapy which you won’t find anywhere else, as well as numerous places to have coffee, beer, food or whatever else takes your fancy.
Some things to consider when planning your trip to Queensland, especially if you are considering extending your stay in the Sunshine State include:
• The Commonwealth Games are being hosted on the Gold Coast 04/04/2018 to 15/04/2018? There are still tickets available for some fantastic sporting events. www.gc2018.com
• The Humpback Whales are on their yearly migration to North Queensland and are a sight not to be missed!
Discover the very beautiful Tamborine Mountain. It is only a 75km drive from Boonah and has attractions to appeal to all tastes. With places to stay, eateries, markets to indulge the need for retail therapy, galleries, gardens and nurseries, it is well worth a visit.
The Queenslanders made a great representation at our Pageant in Merimbula in 2017 and I would like to think PCCV members would reciprocate in a similar manner, specifically in the interests of club fellowship and what the Peugeot Car Clubs of Australia stand for.
As members of PCQ, Murray and I are keen to promote this event, call Val Gibson on (03)97283096 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can discuss your requirements and if need be, I can assist with getting things organised for you through PCQ.
The 2018 Pageant Committee has extended registration and there is still plenty of accommodation at the Outlook, as long as you are paid in full by 14 March 2018.