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Tony Bebb Workshop & Demonstration Sat 6th October 2018

Tony Bebb is one of the top Bonsai artists in Australia and runs Brisbane International Bonsai School.

Tony began his bonsai journey at the age of 13 and has been working in the field ever since. He is a nationally and internationally registered Bonsai tutor and demonstrator, and is well respected for his ability and creative expression, as well as his individualism and freedom of thought. He has recently returned from demonstrating at Bonsai Namaste in India.

Tony has demonstrated at AABC Seminars, Conducted demonstrations throughout Australia, New Zealand and the rest of the world. He is a regular in the Brisbane bonsai clubs.

Workshop runs from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and seven club members will be working on their trees under the guidance of Tony Bebb. Observers are welcome at a cost of $5.

Demonstration runs from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm and Tony will be demonstrating his skills on creating this incredible fig onto the rock and sharing his knowledge on how to match them.

Great opportunity to learn and grow.

Bimer Bonsai New Venue for October Meeting

Due to the issues raised at the AGM with our current venue we will trial a new venue for the October meeting and workshop.

This is the Wavell Heights Community Hall located at:

Edinburgh Castle Road, Wavell Heights, 4012 Queensland.

The safer entry is from Cressey Street (off Edinburgh Castle Road) which is not on the crest of the hill. This trial in October will give all our members an opportunity to assess its suitability and provide feedback to your Committee.

Wavell Heights Community Hall, Edinburgh Castle Road, Wavell Heights, Brisbane Queensland
(see map below)


Calendar Tree August

The Bougie was dug up from a golf course around 2006 that closed down. I had admired the trees when I had played golf there and jumped at the chance to collect it when I heard the course had closed down and would be bulldozed to turn it into housing.
The first picture is the tree in 2007 from the back showing where a trunk had been cut off and then carved. Picture 2 shows the front. The third photo is from 2011 in its first bonsai pot.

Membership Fees are Due for this year

Annual Membership Fees due also $20 single – $25 family

You can pay at the door or your membership can be paid with direct deposit.

We are now taking payments by direct deposit for membership, workshops and bus trips. The details are as follows”

Bank of Queensland Account name: Bimer Bonsai Club Incorporated
BSB: 124 001 Account Number: 10112801
REMEMBER: you must put your surname and what the payments for in the reference section so we know who has paid and for what!