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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2014
Nowra and Eastern Beaches 32 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Jindyandy Mill is one of the most popular one stop shopping destinations on the coast, just 5 minutes off the highway, set on a picturesque parkland setting there are six specialty shops including a country style café, plenty of easy parking and lots of room to stretch your legs.Treats, treasures and bargains you won’t find anywhere else. PrincesHwy Convict built Jindyandy Mill. Forest Rd Callala Currarong a shopper’s dream destination country to the coast greenwell point oyster & fishing festival Greenwell Point, the centre of the local oyster and fishing industry, will host the inaugural Greenwell Point Oyster and Fishing Festival on the October 10-12 weekend. Organised by the Greenwell Point Primary School, the event is to raise funds to build a basketball court for the kids as well as highlighting the Point’s f abulous produce. Friday night October 10 there will be a POP UP PHOTO GALLERY along with students’ art work being displayed. Entry is a gold coin donation and will be open also on the Sunday during the festival, at Greenwell Point Public School. On Saturday there will be a Fundraiser Dinner at Greenwell Point Bowling,Sports andFishingClub, starting at 6pm. cost of dinner is $30 per head. Dinner will consist of an entree of oysters and prawns followed by a Chinese banquet. During the night there will be games and also a few trivia questions, also a game calledThe World isYour Oyster: where you might find a “pearl” and plenty of other fun activities.Tickets available through Angela on 0400 110 979. Sunday will be the culmination of the Greenwell Point Oyster and Fishing Festival, from 9 am till 3 pm, with market stalls, children’s activities and games, special guest appearances along with local Greenwell Point Oyster farmers. If you are a stall holder and interested in a site just contact Louise on 44471379 at Greenwell Point Public School or on (040 2435 496 during the school holidays}. Greenwell Point is one of the coast’s best kept secrets and a great destination for a family day out. www.jindyandymill.com.au Take in the great views BOWLING & SPORTS CLUB LTD Eat, play & relax at the Lunch & dinner 7 days • Bistro & Chinese Restaurant Bowlers welcome (except Mondays) Monster Meat Raffles - Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sun from 6pm Bingo • Euchre • Fishing Club • Bowling You will love the warm hospitality 110 Greens Rd, Greenwell Point www.greenwellpointbowlingclub.com.au P. 4447 1111 ~ Courtesy Bus Welcome ... AW1323510 AW1477152 A huge range of unique & unusual toys, jewellery, Christmas collection, dolls houses, miniatures, home decor, funky gifts, fairy paraphernalia, garden ornaments, secondhand furniture and collectables. Ph 4447 0258 More than just lollies - fudge - licorice & jams! 1477154