Zaidee's Indian and Victory Motorcycles National Muster 2024 ~ When Brothers and Sisters coming together as one in Jindabyne NSW.
Location is Jindabyne NSW where the roads are some of the best in Australia to ride on.
When Brothers and Sisters of like minded people come together as one no matter what brand bike we ride. Joining forces will make for a massive event.
- Zaidee's Indian & Victory Motorcycles National Muster 2024.
- This event will cater for all your needs and wants whilst support a great charity in Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation.
- Part of the ticket is Dinner on Friday and Saturday is at the Bandjo Patterson.
- Everyone is part of the Show and Shine and Poker Run as part of the ticket.
- Event T-Shirts are Optional to buy once again.
Accommodation at Bandjo Paterson Inn with special 15% discount rate, please click this below link to book - if you wish to come in a day early or leave a day later you need to call them to book a room at a special price.
Other places to stay click this link that has all the accommodation in Jindabyne to choose from.
Note that this event can be either cancelled or pushed forward to a future date should anything effect this event such as weather covid for any reason in any way that does not allow people to attend.
A full refund will be provide if we need to cancel or push to a new date, in which you are not able to attend.
Refunds for cancelled tickets will only be offered 14 days out from the event, after that it is a kind donation - due to booking catering and other parts of this event will already have been paid for and not refundable to Zaidee's.
So what do you get for your ticket.
Dinner package Friday and Saturday - Tick 6.30am to 8pm - at the Banjo Paterson Inn in our own room with bar set aside for both nights.
Friday is Pizza night your own and salad night.
Saturday night is full Buffet/Smorgasbord, Stronganoff/Curry, Rice, Roast Meats & Vegetables.
Saturday Show and Shine confirmed - Carpark right next to Bandjo Hotel Jindabyne 9.30am to 11am - Tick
Saturday Poker Run confirmed just over 200ks of great roads and places of the Snowy.
Entertainment Friday and Saturday Night confirmed by the pub.
This year there is no Goodbye Breakfast Sunday Morning provided - it all gets a little hard at this location - Instead if you wish to meet at the local cafe next to the Bandjo Paterson Inn between 9am and 10am.
Event Stubby Holder - Tick
Event Bandana Indian & Victory - Tick
Zaidee's Rainbow Shoelaces - Tick
Zaidee's Pin and Patch - Tick if you got one last time then gift it on.
AUCTION ITEMS - If you can donate a product or service for auction please talk to me.
Merchandise for sale
PS - This year the event T-Shirt is optional. If we have any spare left over they will be in low numbers and maybe not be the size you are wanting. We will not be ordering any more after the event.
Cut off date for T-Shirts is Friday 16th Feb 2024.
Other Zaidee's Merchandise will be available for sale.
Meeting great fellow riders and owners of Indian's and Victory's - Tick
Ask any questions ask Allan 0412985211
Supporting Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation that is about saving lives via organ and tissue donation - something we should all talk about and have an "Inspired Discussion" as Zaidee did with her Mum and Dad when she was only 6.5 years of age.
Zaidee Rose Alexander Turner – aged 7 years and 22 days died suddenly on 2nd December 2004 from a burst blood vessel in her brain called a Cerebral Aneurism. Zaidee’s parents, Kim and Allan, founded Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation not long after. At the time of Zaidee’s death the Turner family had been registered Organ and Tissue Donors for 5 years. As a result, Zaidee donated her organs and tissues at the Royal Children’s Hospital, as were her wishes at the time. Zaidee’s gifts help save or improve the lives of 7 people. Zaidee was the only child in Victoria under the age of 16 years and we have been told one of the youngest Australians to donate her organs and tissues in 2004. She was only 1 of 6 children nationally to donate their organs in 2004. Zaidee’s Story is directed towards both children and adults so they can think about others who are waiting for a life saving operation and a suitable match for an organ or tissue. Think about giving this gift to others so they can live a better life and, in some cases, have a second chance at life. Zaidee’s gift of her organs and tissues to others will allow them to have another birthday. 1 in 5 people on the transplant waiting list will never get the chance to have another birthday if people do not become registered donors but more importantly discuss this in their families.