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May was the month when Wyong finally celebrated the opening of its long anticipated Art House and the first shows in the venue have been a major success. I attended one of the celebration concerts and, I must say, I … Continue reading
Tagged art, Central Coast NSW, dance, entertainment, local attractions, Music, photos, places to visit, The Art House, theatre, things to do, Wyong
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We visited Kooindah Waters today to take a look at some of the Sculpture on the Greens exhibit. This is just a small sample of the sculpture on display, and some of the most interesting pieces didn’t lend themselves to … Continue reading
Tagged art, beauty spots, Central Coast NSW, directors, Kooindah Waters, local attractions, photos, places to visit, sculpture, Sculpture on the Greens, things to do, Wyong
We keep passing the Marine Discovery Centre at Terrigal and promising ourselves to take a look inside, but last weekend we actually did. It’s a fascinating aquatic museum and educational facility that aims to encourage community understanding and involvement in the … Continue reading
At the weekend we drove to Norah Head and had lunch at Shorethyme, a restaurant that provides an attractive space where local artists exhibit their work. The current exhibition, until November 9, is “Unframed” featuring the work of Amanda Anderson, … Continue reading
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Tagged Amanda Anderson, art, Catherine Stanley, Central Coast NSW, exhibition, local attractions, Nadia Zarb, Norah Head, photos, places to visit, Shorethyme Restaurant, things to do
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These photos were taken one day last year when Ken and Michelle Frew opened their spectacular Holgate garden to the public as part of Open Gardens Australia, a programme dedicated to promoting the pleasures of gardens and gardening. The vintage … Continue reading
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A drive through the beautiful Yarramalong Valley into the Hunter will eventually bring you to the historic village of Wollombi . It may take a couple of hours, but it’s well worth it for the quaint old buildings, sculpture festivals … Continue reading