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Snowy Hydro SouthCare’s Base Open Day

By Snowy Hydro SouthCare - 21 February 2008 12

Snowy Hydro SouthCare’s Base Open Day will be held this Sunday, 24th February from 10am to 3pm.  Base Open Day is a FREE event with activities and fun for the whole family.  Come and see the Snowy Hydro SouthCare helicopter, enjoy live music, sample local food and learn more about this important life saving service. 

The Snowy Hydro SouthCare Base is located on the Monaro Highway, which is 2km south of Hindmarsh Drive.

Snowy Hydro SouthCare began in 1998 as the primary provider of aero-medical and rescue helicopter services for the Australian Capital Territory and south-east New South Wales.  This week, Snowy Hydro SouthCare is celebrating 10 years of Service to the community and over 3000 missions by holding the first Snowy Hydro SouthCare Week.

For more information, please call us on (02) 6207 8375, or visit

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Snowy Hydro SouthCare’s Base Open Day
Devil_n_Disquiz 7:39 am 20 Feb 10

hmmmm Note to self. Read date of the OP before commenting hahahaha

Devil_n_Disquiz 6:08 pm 19 Feb 10

Snowy Hydro SouthCare’s Base Open Day will be held this Sunday, 24th February from 10am to 3pm.

I’m assuming this is Sunday 21st Feb as Feb 24 is a Wednesday ???

needlenose 6:25 pm 25 Feb 08

Danman looks like a homosexual now? Well, there are worse fates than looking cute, groomed, nicely-muscled, and well-dressed!

Saw the copter. Twas a good gig, apart from being supplanted by the pipe band.

CanberraResident 11:41 pm 24 Feb 08

There’s an “I Hate Cars with Frangipani Stickers” (or something like that), group on Facebook for all those who need some therapy.

I didn’t make it to the Open Day. Anyone go see the ‘copter? Did you stick a frangipani sticker on the window while no one was looking?

Danman 8:56 pm 24 Feb 08

A work colleague and I were always wondering about those frangipani stickers.

We researched it and I think on a Cosmo forum someone said it indicated that the car was being driven by single female.

I told Mrs Danman and her and her deviant friend put some stickers on the rear of the falcodore hoping I would get the shits.

There they remain – to spite her, all the while I look like a homosexual man 🙂

ant 3:47 pm 24 Feb 08

Those stupid frangipani stickers remind me of the much-more-useful fly-killing stickers. I wonder if the frangipanis have some secret, sinister powers? Perhaps they broadcast mind-beams at the drivers, to stop them from buying Hyundais and Lancers.

Adza 3:19 pm 24 Feb 08

Hahaha so true.

CanberraResident 2:31 pm 23 Feb 08

Adza, the delicate Bluebell (Canberra’s official flower), is nothing like a bright pink, yellow or orange frangipani.

Adza 12:21 pm 23 Feb 08

Still think a lovely mauve coloured chopper with big bluebell flowers painted all over it would be super cool, but many would disagree I’m sure.

Just go to Autobarn or Super Cheap and buy those stupid stick on flowers you see on cars!! 🙂

Meconium 11:55 am 23 Feb 08

Wonder if there’ll be a raffle to win a ride? I seem to remember there was one a number of years ago…

CanberraResident 1:21 am 23 Feb 08

Vividly recall the helicopter naming competition they held all those years ago. My suggestion was “Bluebell”. Still think a lovely mauve coloured chopper with big bluebell flowers painted all over it would be super cool, but many would disagree I’m sure. Anyway, it sounds like a good day out – hope the weather is fine for all involved. We’ll be there.

needlenose 8:38 pm 21 Feb 08

Come along and support a worthy cause while catching some great music. First up at 10.15am is the Canberra City Band Small Jazz Combo – a quintet made up of the CCB Big Band Spectrum rhythm section and vocals. Don’t miss it!

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