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Win a $100 gift voucher for The Dickson Tradies

By Rachel Ziv - 26 November 2016 8

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The Dickson Tradies want to hear from you!

They want to know your most enjoyable, memorable, fun experience that took place at The Dickson Tradies.

Maybe you met your partner there? Or celebrated your 40th birthday, or watched the Raiders win a big match. Or maybe you just snuck away for a quiet retreat into The Canberra Wine House one afternoon and felt fantastic.

Leave your experience as a comment below, for your chance to win a $100 gift voucher valid for 3 months.

The gift voucher can be used in any restaurant, café or bar (including The Canberra Wine House) in The Dickson Tradies, or on any Tradies merchandise. Excludes Quality Hotel, Joe’s Barbershop and Team Fitness Centre.

The Tradies Dickson

If you’re looking for something a little festive, here’s What’s On at The Dickson Tradies over the coming weeks:

Christmas Lunch

Forget cooking and cleaning on Christmas Day. Leave the work to the chefs at Essence with a delicious 3-course à la carte lunch between 12pm and 2pm. Complete with Christmas crackers and decorations. Want a sneak peak at the menu? You can view it here. Bookings are essential.

Seniors’ Christmas Morning Tea

Get into the spirit of Christmas with a special morning tea for seniors. Includes complimentary tea, coffee and light snacks, lucky door prizes, and a fun Christmas sing-along. It all happens Tuesday 20th December between 9:30am and 11:30am – bookings essential.

Sangria Sundays

Enjoy a beautiful glass of freshly made sangria every Sunday between 2pm and 8pm at The Canberra Wine House. Relax in the tranquil outdoor garden, or the intimate indoor setting.

Live

Watch popular local bands play live in The Lounge Bar every Thursday and Friday from 5:30pm and Saturdays from 7:30pm. Unwind with a cocktail and a plate of fresh tapas made from the finest, locally sourced produce.

Famous Fish n Chip Mondays and Schnitzel Tuesdays

Enjoy the regular favourites that keep The Tradies members coming back week after week: a delicious piece of fresh battered, grilled or pan-fried fish for only $10 on Mondays from 5:30pm, or a succulent chicken schnitzel with thick-cut chips and salad for just $10 on Tuesdays from 5:30pm at Essence.

To enjoy any of these or more with your $100 gift voucher, simply leave a comment below for your chance to win.

Remember – it’s your best, most enjoyable memory from The Tradies!

Entries Close Friday 2 December at 5pm. Winner will be announced Monday 5 December and can collect their voucher from the front desk at The Dickson Tradies: 2 Badham Street, Dickson.

This is a sponsored article, though all opinions are the author’s own. For more information on paid content, see our sponsored content policy.

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8 Responses to
Win a $100 gift voucher for The Dickson Tradies
1
Lucy Wilson 8:00 am
27 Nov 16
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I met my husband at the Dickson Tradies in 2009. It was a Monday night and I remember the Raiders were playing the Cowboys – and the Raiders won.

2
Stephanie Lopez 1:18 pm
27 Nov 16
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I love the schnitzel’s at the tradies – I think they are the best in Canberra. One of my new past times is spending a lazy Sunday afternoon at the Canberra Wine House drinking Nick O’Leary White Rocks Riesling.

3
Peter Smith 12:58 pm
28 Nov 16
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My favourite memory of the tradies is the old tram restaurant we used to eat at when I was a young kid. Does anyone know what year it was removed?

4
Serina Huang 4:08 pm
28 Nov 16
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I used to love the Noodle House at Dickson Tradies. We used to go there often when we first moved to Canberra. We lived in Hackett and didn’t have a lot of money. It was a great night out for us. I loved sitting in the trams. I could sit there for hours. And I often did – my ex loved playing the pokies, and when his mum visited, she would on occasion spent all day at Tradies. Lucky she loved the Noodle House, too.

5
Jane Speechley 4:41 pm
28 Nov 16
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Oh, I loved the tram! Surely with the emergence of light rail, it’s time to bring it back!?

I have very fond memories of heading out to the Tradies, usually on the tail end of a night out (I wasn’t much of a drinker then, so was always driving). It was one of the few places where you could kick on a cool, quiet, safe atmosphere, and where you could play upstairs on decent quality pool and snooker tables. You had to become a member but it was ridiculously cheap, $3 or something back then?

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dungfungus 9:03 pm
28 Nov 16
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Jane Speechley said :

Oh, I loved the tram! Surely with the emergence of light rail, it’s time to bring it back!?

I have very fond memories of heading out to the Tradies, usually on the tail end of a night out (I wasn’t much of a drinker then, so was always driving). It was one of the few places where you could kick on a cool, quiet, safe atmosphere, and where you could play upstairs on decent quality pool and snooker tables. You had to become a member but it was ridiculously cheap, $3 or something back then?

The Tradies were probably the only business in Canberra that have ever made any money out of a tram but it didn’t go the whole distance.

The Transport Canberra version is also destined to fail.

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Jane Speechley 1:23 pm
30 Nov 16
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dungfungus said :

The Tradies were probably the only business in Canberra that have ever made any money out of a tram but it didn’t go the whole distance.

The Transport Canberra version is also destined to fail.

Maybe not if they install a beer tap and a few snooker tables? 😉

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dungfungus 2:25 pm
30 Nov 16
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Jane Speechley said :

dungfungus said :

The Tradies were probably the only business in Canberra that have ever made any money out of a tram but it didn’t go the whole distance.

The Transport Canberra version is also destined to fail.

Maybe not if they install a beer tap and a few snooker tables? 😉

Good one, Jane!

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