Home' The Canberra Times : Chronicle 17.01.12 Contents THE CHRONICLE, Tuesday, January 17 2012 - 2
For details of regular recitals please visit www.nationalcapital.gov.au/nationalcarillon
Stillness and the Night performances:
Tuesday 17 January 2012, 7pm-8pm
Tuesday 24 January 2012, 7pm-8pm
Tuesday 31 January 2012, 7pm-8pm
ASPEN ISLAND, PARKES
Proudly sponsored by Colliers International
AT THE NATIONAL CARILLON
The Chronicle is published by The Federal Capital
Press Pty Ltd, A.C.N. 008 394 063, 9 Pirie Street,
Fyshwick, and printed by Capital Fine Print.
PO Box 7155
Canberra Mail Centre ACT 2610
WHERE YOUR COMMUNITY UNFOLDS
Distribution enquiries 6280 2228
Distribution e-mail email@example.com
Hannah Jonkers 6280 2327
Meredith Clisby 6280 2112
Peter Reynolds 6280 2198
Advertising Team Adam Stanworth 6280 2299
Graham Spencer 6280 2377
Erin Greenwood 6280 2149
Service Directory Joanna Baker
Your Chronicle Directory
Let's Talk TYRES!
Quality used tyres imported from Japan & Germany
• Used tyres sold at ½ price
• New tyres at budget prices
• All tyres fitted on site
Friendly, reliable and prompt service We also do Wheel Alignments,
Mechanical Servicing & Batteries
COME & SEE US TODAY
110 Wollongong St, Fyshwick PH: (02) 6228 1428 www.northwesttyres.com.au
SUMMER TRAIN TRIPS
Gift Vouchers Available
ACT Division Inc.
Full details - www.trains.org.au
Monday - Friday 10 - 3
School holiday vintage train trips in January
Enjoy a ride in a vintage train from Canberra Railway Station
through the rugged Molonglo Gorge and over the hills to
Bungendore with time there to look around.
• Thursday 19 January in 1920s era rail motor
departing Canberra 9.30am, back 12.20pm. Afternoon trip
leaves 1pm returning 3.40pm. A rollicking good ride with
views out the front and back of the train.
• Thursday 26 January departing Canberra 10.30am,
back 3.45pm in heritage carriages hauled by a vintage diesel-
electric loco. Tunnels, bridges & delightful rural views. A
great way to celebrate Australia Day with the family.
Also book now for our Market Day Vintage
Train to Bungendore on Sunday 19 February.
Sunday Afternoon Bungendore Express
• Sunday 5 February Similar to our vintage rail motor
trips on 19 January. Train departs Canberra 1pm, returns
3.40pm. A great family outing.
VALENTINE S DAY
• Valentine s Day Restaurant Train
- Tuesday 14 February 2012
A wonderfulValentine s Day treat for your beloved. Our unique
dinner train to Tarago offers a leisurely journey through
the Molonglo Gorge in daylight saving time, a 3-course dinner
freshly prepared on the train and a journey home at dusk.
Looking for a special way to celebrate? Why not enjoy the party
or occasion in a special vintage train with great local destination
choices organised to suit your timing - much cheaper & easier
than you think! Further details at trains.org.au
BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS
Bookings are accepted assuming that passengers have read & agree
to our full terms & conditions displayed on our website below.
Getting there is half the fun
Direct from the
farm to your door.
0407 105 767
ah: 6493 7281
Chronicle walkers required
see classifieds position vacant advert
a k 1200
h - a k
c ak a
a a www
F m t s pp t 24 h s d y,
c L 1 11 1
Jeir Creek Winery owner Rob Howell runs a CIT course about the wine industry.
Picture: Elesa Lee
HAVE you ever wondered about the
journey your wine has taken to get
from a grape vine to the glass in your
You need wonder no more -- CIT
Solutions is offering an exclusive,
behind-the-scenes course that explores
the wine industry.
The new course takes a hands-on
approach in the vineyard, at the winery
and lab, and encourages students to
taste a great range of local products.
Jeir Creek Winery owner Rob
Howell designed the course and will
work alongside vineyard owner and
viticulturist Richard Cottam over the
coming months. The pair will pass on
their extensive knowledge of the
February pre-harvest right though to
Mr Howell approached CIT about
running the course after years of
teaching mapping sciences and viticul-
ture and wine making courses at CIT.
He wanted to design a course that
would appeal to people not already in
Secrets of the Wine Industry is a
technical introductory course, which
combines viticulture with wine making
and wine assessment.
"We can use that as a starting point
for people to assess the industry, to
determine their suitability, whether
they want to continue it or not," Mr
Mr Howell said if there was enough
interest after the initial course he
would like to run specific courses in
viticulture, wine making and wine
Secrets of the Wine Industry will be
run at the Jeir Creek Winery on Sunday
mornings from January 29 until the
end of June.
"The wonderful thing about it is it's
a bit of theory, slides to show various
things, information about specifics and
then down onto the shop floor or out in
the vineyard to do it practically," Mr
While the course was designed for
people looking at entering the industry,
Mr Howell said it was open to anyone
wanting to learn more about wine
making. A limit of 15 places in the
course would keep the lessons hands-
"I like to keep it fairly small because
there's nothing I enjoy more than
seeing the dawning light of under-
standing," Mr Howell said. "Each of
those 15 people can come in and do the
hands-on bit rather than just stand in
As part of the course, students will
take part in assessing the fruit ready for
harvest, the processing of the grapes,
all the fermentations and the final
filtrations, modifying of the wine to
make it suitable for bottling and finally
"So they get to see from grape to
final bottle -- It's a magic experience,"
Mr Howell said.
For information on the course,
contact Mr Howell on 6227 5999 or
0418 216 026.
Links Archive Chronicle 10.01.12 Chronicle 24.01.12 Navigation Previous Page Next Page