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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2015
10 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Views from Bald Hill to Stanwell Park and south. North of Wollongong Nestled in the fold of Illawarra escarpment, Stanwell Park is noted for its beaches, bushland and the majesty of Bald Hill. Australia’s pioneer of flight, Lawrence Hargrave, is an ex-resident of the village and carried out many of his experiments at Bald Hill. The main coastal road, Lawrence Hargrave Drive / Grand Pacific Drive, maint ains the link with history and also provides magnificent views of the coast north from Bulli via the new Sea Cliff Bridge. Bald Hill is famous for its spectacular views and it also attracts many hang gliders flying the Illawarra coastline, which is a beautiful sight on a lovely Autumn day. a good day out Take the family, enjoy a barbecue or a picnic by the Chapel and discover more than 150 Grevillea types plus many other native species at Illawarra Grevillea Park at Bulli. Ta k e a w a l k and capture the breathtaking panoramic views across Bulli and out to sea and be amazed at the variety of grevilleas.You’ll soon want to enjoy them in your own garden and luckily plants are for sale. Walks are pram and wheelchair friendly. Light refreshments available. top views from grevillea park Picnic by ‘the Chapel’. Plants for sale Illawarra Grevillea Park at Bulli is open on the weekends of: April25&26andMay2&3 July4&5and11&12~September5&6and12&13 Entry is $5 for Adults & free for children. For more information: www.grevilleapark.org Rear of Bulli Showground and only 10 mins walk from Bulli Station. Take the opportunity to visit the Black Diamond Heritage Centre Museum open every Sunday 1-4pm at the Bulli Railway Station. Article’s Fine Art Gallery complex also houses antiques a cafe and gift boutique. art to be enjoyed Articles Fine Art Gallery is now celebrating its 35th birthday. Artist John Van d er and his wife and business par tner, Frances, are thrilled to have been ser vicing the art world from Stanwell Park for so long and plan to continue. Patrons have said during their relationship with Articles, they have always felt welcomed, like they were their only customer, and have learnt how to appreciate and enjoy ar t. The success of their Gallery is that it has always moved with the times. John’s famous passion for immortalising the country’s pioneering spirit on canvas has created a strong following .To compliment this Articles always exhibits a range of famous Australian artists and also many emerging local artists. You can enjoy seeing creative art spanning many decades. The gallery houses a mixed display of works by more that 40 artists, including Gary Laird, Kevin Best, Richard Bogusz, DavidBoyd, David Brayshaw, Robert Dickerson, PeterFennell, Norman Lindsay and Max Mannix to name a few. For their autumn exhibition, the gallery has added a selection of new works by some of Australia’s most collectable artists and new talent from around the country. More details see pages 6 and 7. While admiring the art, it pays to admire the beauty of Stanwell Park itself, which, over the centuries has attracted artists worldwide to admire the spectacular natural beauty. Colourful works by Tracey Keller. sing and dance with Lah-Lah You’ve seen them on TV, now come and see Lah-Lah LIVE In Concert! Meet Mister Saxophone, Squeezy Sneezy the piano accordion,TomTom on drums, Buzz the Band Leader, Lola the Dancing Double Bass and the ever loveable Lah-Lah – LIVE In Concert at Woonona Bulli RSL on Wednes day, April 15. From clubs to sold out shows at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall and the Melbourne Recital Centre, Lah-Lah continue to delight audiences ever ywhere they go. These School Holidays they will once more have the whole family up singing and dancing to a spectacularly fun 45 minute show starting at 11am.The kids will be grinning and shimmying from go to whoa! Tickets are selling fast so get yours now at lah-lah.com/live-shows (group discounts available) and stay up todate on all things Lah-Lah, including new show announcements and surprises aplenty at facebook.com/lahlahsbigliveband