August 25th – 27th 2017 at the Renmark Hotel – TRLA SA

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 Textile and Rental Laundry Association S.A.     Annual State Conference
August 25th – 27th 2017  at the Renmark Hotel

Register online at http://trlaa.com.au/renmark-conference-2017//
Registration $200 per person inc GST
We would like to thank our Platinum Sponsor Kannegiesser Australia for enabling us to present the Conference at such an affordable rate.

 

Renmark, a great destination no matter what the season
Renmark was transformed by Australia’s first irrigation scheme, is 258km northeast by road from Adelaide in the Riverland. The dry climate and year round sun make Renmark and nearby Paringa a great destination no matter what the season.

There are galleries made for browsing, fruit stalls to stock up on the district’s famous products, beckoning wineries, billabongs and secluded creeks to explore by canoe, and fish and yabbies to be caught. The town is also well off for riverfront picnic spots. And be sure to set aside an hour or two to check out the thousands of varieties of blooms on show at Ruston’s spectacular rose garden. The lookout tower, part way along the road to Murtho and Customs House presents a panoramic view over the cliffs at Whirlpool Corner and the river plains. Renmark is a convenient launching pad for journeys into the region’s internationally significant conservation parks, including the Bookmark Biosphere.

https://www.renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au/thingstoseeanddo

RENMARK HOTEL is the venue for the Conference.  You will love it!  Opened in 1897, it was the first community owned hotel in the British Empire.

When booking your room please tell them you are with the Textile Rental Laundry Assoc.

Renmark Hotel, Murray Avenue, Renmark
P.O. Box 4 Renmark     South Australia     5341
Phone +61 8 8586 6755         Fax +61 8 8586 618
Room Rates: $100 – $110
per night for 2 people (breakfast not included)

Our Rooms
Do you need to rest and recharge? Would you like a romantic honeymoon, aholiday with the kids, or are you visiting the Riverland for business? The Renmark Hotel can cater for all your accommodation requirements including room size, style and, importantly, your desired level of comfort. Boasting four styles of award winning quality accommodation, the majority of the Hotel’s 67 rooms feature breathtaking views of the mighty Murray River.”

Riverview Deluxe Nanya
Our premium 4 1/2 star room, the Riverview Deluxe Nanya provides sweeping views of the Murray River from your private balcony. The rooms feature a large King size bed, 42” plasma HD television with DVD and Austar and an elegantly appointed bathroom with hair dryer. Basic meals can be prepared utilising the microwave oven, toaster, crockery and cutlery provided. Also has split system air conditioning. Free wireless internet.
Non-smoking. Iron and board.

Riverview Balcony Spa Room
Ideal for that special getaway, the Riverview Motel Spa Room provides sweeping views of the Murray River from your private balcony. The rooms feature a large spa bath in the main living area, a Queen size bed, 32″ LCD HD television, air conditioning, heating, telephone, refrigerator, TV, Austar, off-street parking, tea and coffee facilities. Free wireless internet. Iron and board. Non-smoking. Relax in the spa bath with a glass of your favourite wine while watching the television and looking out over the majestic Murray River. Packages available.

Riverview Balcony Motel Rooms (Upstairs)
The recently refurnished 4 star Riverview Balcony Motel Rooms provide sweeping views of the Murray River from your balcony. The rooms feature a Queen size bed and a single bed, 32” LCD HD television, air conditioning, heating, telephone, refrigerator, Austar, off-street parking, tea and coffee facilities. Free wireless internet. Iron and board. Non-smoking. A number of rooms are designed for Families and have a second single bed. An interconnecting door allows for rooms to link to create a larger family space with individual facilities.

Riverview Motel Rooms (Downstairs)
Our Downstairs Riverview Motel Rooms are ideal after a hard day with no energy left to climb the stairs, with front and back door access and a view of beautiful Murray River it is a nice place to relax. The rooms feature a Queen size bed and a single bed, 32” LCD HD television, air conditioning, heating, telephone, refrigerator, Austar, off-street parking, tea and coffee facilities. Free wireless internet. Iron and board. Non-smoking.

Standard Nanya Motel Rooms (Upstairs)
Located at the back of our motel, this is a cosy place to stay. The rooms feature a Queen size bed, 32” LCD HD television, air conditioning, heating, telephone, refrigerator, Austar, off-street parking, tea and coffee facilities.  Free wireless internet. Iron and board. Non-smoking. A few rooms have a single bed for the extra family member. An interconnecting door allows for rooms to link to create a larger family space with individual facilities.

Hotel Rooms (Upstairs – 2nd floor)
Our Hotel Rooms are situated in the original part of the building with 30 three star rooms available, featuring private bathroom, queen, double and single beds, heating, air conditioning, TV, refrigerator, tea and coffee facilities and telephone. Various bedding configurations. Non-smoking. Some of our Hotel Rooms have a view of the lovely Murray River and all House Guests have access to the second floor balcony to take in our magnificent views.

When booking your room please tell them you are with the Textile Rental Laundry Assoc.

 

PROGRAM OF EVENTFUL EVENTS!

Friday, August 25th from 6.30pm Sportmans Bar –
Meet, Greet and Drinks followed by platter Supper

Saturday, August 26th from 7am Breakfast
9.00am Conference welcome
9.15am Jim Markeas – Mallee Estate Wines
10.15am Morning tea
10.30am James Johns – Eyes Open Ride
11.30am Peter Furnell, Kannegieisser Australia
12.00pm Shirley Naylor, Editor of the National Drycleaner and Launderer magazine

1.00 pm Lunch at Renmark Hotel
2.00 pm 23rd Street Distillery Tour and Tasting      and     Mallee Estate Winery

6.30pm for 7.00 pm Official Formal Dinner – dress fancy  🙂
Entertainment by Afterdark

Drinks Kindly sponsored by Kannegiesser Australia

 

Sunday, 27th August  from 7.30am Breakfast
9.30am Pilates and Good Health with Dave Badram
10.30am Morning Tea
10.45am Mandy Pearce
11.30am TBA
12.15pm Open Discussion
12.45pm Close

 

ACTIVITIES
23rd Street Distillery – Tour and Tasting
PRIME SPIRITS FOR THE LIBERATED PALATE.

Our historic Twenty Third Street distillery, built in 1914, has been resurrected with twenty-first century technology. Century old copper stills are reignited with a spirit of anarchic invention. Our Master Distillery captures the spirit of riverside relaxation intersected with energetic invention. We’re charting new flavour territories with old-school craftsmanship to bring you sensory pleasures savoury and sweet, bright and smooth, contradictory yet united. Twenty Third Street. Prime spirits for the liberated palate.

Mallee Estate Winery
Peter and Eleni Markeas migrated to Australia from Kardamili in Greece in search of a better life.This sunburnt country that they fell in love with gave them the opportunity to work towards their dream of owning their own vineyard and making wine. After 30 years of experience developing their vineyards the family focus has expanded to producing quality wines. Now the Markeas family would like to share their dream with you.

Jim Markeas  manages the Mallee Estate Winery where he produce all our wines onsite from estate grown vineyards in the Riverland region of South Australia.  The Riverland is Australia’s largest wine region where it produces approximately 50% of South Australia’s wine. In 2015 he was awarded Riverland Winemaker of the Year. This prestigious award was presented to Jim Markeas at the 2015 Riverland Wine Show.  “We specialise in branded wines for the Australian and export markets. Mallee Estate Winery currently exports to China and USA.” Jim proudly told us.

 

SPEAKERS
Mandy Pearce
Mandy Pearce works for ac.care as a Placement Support Worker. Her role involves placing children with foster families, then supporting these families through the placements. Earlier this year, Mandy took her work home with her in the most literal sense, when she and her husband became foster carers for a 7yo boy. He is the youngest of the couple’s six children.

 

Dave Badram
Dave Badram has been a physio since 1992 working in both public and private settings. During this time he has worked with a broad range of clients from the aged to young children, from the sedentary to the sporting populations and all groups in between.

“I have been involved in Industrial Physiotherapy in the Riverland doing work site assessments, manual handling training, functional capacity evaluations and pre-employment screenings. I have now run my own private practice in Berri for the last 18 years and am lucky enough to have my wife working with me. Helen is a lymphoedema therapist and together we are able to offer a unique service to our clientele with both management of pain and swelling. Four years ago we set up a community gymnasium from which we run seniors fitness classes and general Pilates classes.”

 

James Johns – Eyes Open Ride

“I am riding my motorbike 18,000kms around mainland Australia (including Tassie) to raise funds, awareness and support for the battle against child cancer,.  Dropping in a hospitals, and care centres in every capital city of our beautiful country. I leave from my home town of Paringa in country South Australia and set off on a clockwise loop around Oz.

“I am doing this ride in memory of my late father, Paul, who passed away in 2015 after his own battle with cancer In Dad’s view, and certainly mine, cancer in children can be a darker tragedy. Kids who may face an uphill battle to grow up and have families of their own, and parents who experience the pain of watching their child suffer.

“When my father passed, a friend of his, Steven, wrote an amazing letter to my family. In this letter, Steven retold many stories of growing up with my Dad. In one of these stories, Steven shared how he and Dad had planned to ride around Australia on their motorbikes when they were younger, and how he planned to lobby Dad to do this when he got better.

“Dad never got better, but reading this letter planted the seed for this idea and I will be doing this ride in Dad’s memory. I have always believed that if you have the capacity and means to help others, you should.”

https://www.eyesopenride.com.au

 

CONFERENCE BOOKINGS are $200 per person book by credit card only at
http://trlaa.com.au/renmark-conference-2017/

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