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#1 Stormfyre


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Posted 09 March 2016 - 09:57 PM

The Perth Cichlid Society is proud to announce:


Sponsor Bus Tour - Round 2



Sunday, 10th April - 9AM - 3:30PM.


Come along and enjoy a fantastic social day visiting our club sponsor stores. We will be visiting our sponsor stores, FishRoom, Aquarium Gallery Perth and Rob's Aquariums.




You will have an awesome time riding on board our fantastic luxury bus and grab a free lunch provided for you by Perth Cichlid Society at Aquarium Gallery Perth. 


We have plenty of seats in a social setting so you can enjoy chatting with club members while we drive you the sponsor stores to grab those bargains.


There will be lots of room to store fish and goods you purchase on board and we have eskis to keep your fish at the right temperature, our sponsors can expertly pack your fish with plenty of air for their travels


Meeting will start at the South Perth Rotary Hall, the usual PCS Meeting venue, located at 42 Sandgate Street, South Perth. 


Tickets are Just $10 and are available online - HERE.


This event is strictly limited to 35 seats, so get in fast!


Tickets will also be available at the next club meeting, only if still available.


Pictures of our luxury PCS Tour Bus:





Don't miss out, get in now!

#2 Rovik

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Posted 16 March 2016 - 09:42 AM

Jump on board guys !

Limited number of tickets available for this awesome social day.  

#3 Leichardti

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Posted 10 April 2016 - 06:59 PM

Thanks for the tour guys, was great fun to go around taking a look at the fish stores. What did everyone get?

#4 Stormfyre


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Posted 10 April 2016 - 09:32 PM

Got some cheap Red Sea stuff and food from Fishroom. Almost bought some corals from AGP, just ran short on time cooking BBQ. Got a really nice Discus from Rob's.


Was a good day. Thanks to all those who came along. Big thanks to Androo for driving all day.

#5 Rovik

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Posted 11 April 2016 - 12:01 PM

A Massive thank you to our participating sponsors; Fishroom, Aquarium Gallery Perth and Rob's Aquariums for supporting this event and of course Andrew (AKA androo) who donated his time to drive us around all day.  :cheers:


As usual our sponsors impressed. Chris from the fishroom had some awesome oddballs instore and a great range of well priced products. Aquarium gallery always impressed with their dynamic displays, every time I visit, there are always new and interesting displays. Also of noteworthy mention is their extensive range of new, rare and exotic plants. Definitely worth a look if your after something different for your planted aquarium.

Lastly Rob's had some fantastic quality discus in-store at bargain prices with some more on the way. Everything from small tackers to breeding pairs the size of a dinner plate.



Lastly, thanks to all those who attended, we hope you enjoyed the day. Great to see a lot of new faces.





#6 sandgroper

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Posted 11 April 2016 - 11:25 PM

Nearly bought a auto fish feeder at a super duper bargain price but sadly didn't have enough coin on me.  :brickwall: 

#7 Poncho


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Posted 12 April 2016 - 06:48 AM

Sounds like it was a great day guys. Sorry to have missed it.

I'm just surprised at the amount of ladies in the pic above. Usually our events are sausage fests so it's great to see more female representation. Is it a trend in the hobby I wonder?

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