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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2015
Tabourie/Bawley Point 50 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Escape and Relax at..... BAWLEY POINT Bungalows Fully self contained accommodation in beautiful Bawley Point Ph 4457 1325 or 0414 571 325 www.bawleypointbungalows.com.au 1 Weemala Grove, Bawley Point AW1609232 YOGA in BAWLEY leedd bbyy DDiaannee RRRoosee GGraayy yy Gyy Yoga classes on Mondays 6 - 7 .30pm & Thursdays 10 - 11 .30am Extra Classes over the Easter school holidays Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10 - 11 .30am Kids Classes Thursdays 3 - 4pm Kioloa Community Hall AW1609644 4pm EEvveerryyyoonnee WWWeellccooom m meee Contact Diane on 4457 1533 or email@example.com Views over LakeTabourie Beach. total relaxation If you are after some relaxation why not enjoy some Yoga with Diane Rose Grey. She offers regular classes every week as well as extra and outdoor classes in the school holidays. Diane is an experienced and qualified teacher and her classes are creative, challenging and relaxing. Everyone is welcome so pop along and make sure you ask her about her yoga retreats. Just a short 5km drive in off the Princes Highway you will find the secluded town of Bawley Point. Boasting some of the most spectacular untouched beaches on the South Coast and a well known destination for surfers, it makes the ideal place for a day trip or shor t stay. There are so many holiday activities to enjoy including swimming, surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and boating. Or why not grab a takeaway coffee and relax on the sand while you watch dolphins and whales that regular ly pass by. Bawley Point is situated between Meroo and Murramarang National Parks so if the beach isn’t your thing why not enjoy some of the lovely walking tracks with an abundance of native wildlife including kangaroos, possums, lizards and birdlife.You’ll have all this at your doorstep if you stay at Bawley Point Bungalows.They offer affordable fully self contained accommodation perfect for couples or small families and sleep up to 4 people. Each bungalow has a fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher, outdoor deck with BBQ, spa bath and reverse cycle air conditioning. There is so much to do in Bawley Point you won’t need to go far. Just up the road you’ll find the Dulkara Art gallery where you can view original art works of Australian plants and animals by Lee Daynes. Or why not pop into Bawley Vale Estate for some wine tasting and a relaxing afternoon amongst the vines.You only need to venture a little north to enjoy a horse ride through the state forest atTimbertops or a step backintime at the Tabourie Lake museum. It’s a treat for young and old and an inexpensive outing for the whole family.The museum houses an extensive range of historical and natural displays with over 12,000 items on display. Well worth the visit. If markets are your thing visit the Murramarang markets for a great selection of handmade goodies including jeweller y, candles, kids’ gear, great produce and much more! See page 8 for more market details. bawley point shares its secrets Local yoga with Diane. Enjoy local wine at Bawley Vale Estate. Local wildlife. Photo by Anika Art Photography. Murramarang Markets a great morning out. Bawley Beach • One & two hour horse rides through the Termeil State Forest • Two day horse treks • Bookings essential Timbertops - 4457 1008 Horse riding at Termeil AW1319289