Miles local Darryl Bishop welcomes you to the launch of his first book, which tells his story as an Australian Digger serving during the Vietnam War.
“Nineteen-year-old Darryl Bishop was away droving when his birth-date was drawn from the Tenth National Service Ballot, 1969. On 13th May 1971, Private Bishop departed Australia on HMAS Syndey, having earned his place in the Fourth Royal Australian Regiment (4RAR)’s Second Tour of southern Vietnam via gruelling training regimes at Kapooka, Canungra, and Townsville.”
Darryl Bishop is a stockman. He is a jack of all trades who laughingly says he is a master of none. Apart from the short time spent in Sydney, 8 months in Townsville and the time he was away in Vietnam, he has lived all his life west of the Great Dividing Ranges.
Join Darryl in celebrating the launch of his first book at;
Friday 15 June at 6pm
Books will be available to purchase on the night for $25 cash only
Please RSVP to Dogwood Crossing, Miles by Wednesday 13 June for catering purposes.
Phone 4628 5330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org