An opportunity for Australians and New Zealanders living and/or working in or near Hannover to get together with fellow countrymen and -women and a couple of interested natives to chew the fat over a drink or two.
Our regular meeting is currently on the third Thursday of a month at Hannover's
Australian bar & restaurant OutbaX Spirit, Groß-Buchholzer Kirchweg 68, 30655 Hannover (Tel: 0511 / 57 82 51).
Starting time is around 7.00 pm.
In summer there is a spacious beer garden which we can use.
Our aim is to provide a home-away-from-home for Aussies and Kiwis, and to facilitate contacts with Germans in an informal and friendly atmosphere.
Upcoming Regular Meetings and Special Events:
Address: Groß-Buchholzer Kirchweg 68, 30655 Hannover (Tel: 0511 / 57 82 51)
You can be kept up to date on our news by subscribing to our Facebook group. Join and write stuff on our wall, post your photos, and tell us if you're coming to the regular meetings.
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Of course, Skippy and Lee will also be happy to answer your e-mails.
English speakers in and around Hannover meet in a conversation group called Speak_Easy. To get news on this group's activities, subscribe to a free e-mail newsletter. Apart from the conversation evenings (on the last Monday of a month, free of charge) there are also visits to the cinema, a fish'n'chips night in winter, curry nights at Chris's, foot and bike hikes with Olga Maria and Lee and a cricket round robin in the Royal Gardens in summer.
Brocken Hike 2005
|Courtesy and copyright © 2005 by Lydia and Lee who together with Violetta and Ulla reached the peak of Northern Germany's highest mountain (1142 m) on September 10th, 2005.|
Courtesy of and copyright © 2005 by Skippy and Lee. Our social night on Thursday, August 18, 2005 at the zoo was attended by more than 40 people and enjoyed by all. In a couple of these photos, Lee Traynor is seen congratulating our 100th member, Katja Fuchs!
Courtesy of and copyright © 2004 by Marc Leskow. Our social night on Thursday, August 19, 2004 at the zoo was attended by about 30 people and enjoyed by all.