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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2015
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 11 city by the sea The city of Wollongong, on the shores of the South Pacific Ocean, is one of the coasts’ most exciting and popular daytrip and short break destinations.The thriving cosmopolitan city offers facilities to satisfy all needs. Enjoy vibrant restaurants, cafes and fabulous shopping at Wollongong Central, Crown St Mall,The WIN Entertainment Centre, MerrigongTheatre, regional art gallery and also there are numerous clubs and pubs where you can catch great music and live shows. Wollongong world class dining The Lagoon Restaurant is situated at Stuart Park North Wollongong where Fairy Creek Lagoon meets the Pacific Ocean, boasting stunning water views with an absolute waterfront location. Vo t ed Australia’s Favourite Restaurant (overall winner) 2014 by the LifeStyle Food Channel, and now boasting a newly opened ‘Deck Bar & Kiosk’ it is perfect for casual dining, takeaway, cocktails or just getting together with friends. Other attractions at the Lagoon include: High Tea for Mums & Bubs, Dads &Tots, July 6 and August 17, 9.30 am. Lagoon Night Markets August 31, 5.30pm till 8.30pm. Father's Day special three course lunch, fit for a King, September 6. Or try the famous winter lunch menu. Main/dessert $29,entree/main $34, three course $ 39.50 (Mon-Fri). For details go to www.lagoonrestaurant.com.au families love the science centre! Wollongong’s most visited all weather indoor attraction, the Science Centre & Planetarium is the major hands-on science attraction of southern NSW. Suitable for all ages, there’s two floors of exciting exhibitions, the Illawarra Coal Science Theatre where you can see fun and interactive science shows, and the BlueScope Steel Planetarium featuring spectacular immersive full- dome shows. The Science Centre & Planetarium holds popular C hildren ’s H oliday Wor k s h op s in the July holidays.Topics include Kitchen Chemistry, Crystals & Ice Cream, Pirate Science, Bubbles & Burps and Galaxies, Stars & meteorites. Also for older children, some 3D printing work- shops Bookings are essential for workshops Ph 4286 5000 (option 2) Plasma ball. ‘the road to wollongong’ Wollongong Art Gallery is one of the largest regional art museums in Australia. Admission is free to a diverse program of exhibitions and activities. The Road to Wollongong: For t his bicentennial exhibition curators Joseph and Lone Davis have selected artworks from private and public collections, which depict the tracks, the roads, the sea lanes, railways, telegraph wires, radio waves and digital pathways which have made Wollongong what it is today. The Lord Mayor’s BlueScopeWIN Illawarra & South Coast Aboriginal Art Awar d celebrates the quality and diversity of art practice among Local and South Coast Aboriginal artists and the richness of Indigenous arts and culture in this region. Infrathin, Advice for Aliens is a mixed media work consisting of a set of 54 small paintings, 3 larger paintings, a book and a video byTom Loveday. Stephen Bird Bastard Son Of Royal Doulton Stephen Bird makes highly individualistic ceramics that toy with convention. The deliberate use of industrial techniques and materials of his hometown, Stoke-on-Trent, the town in which Royal Doulton, Spoke and Wedgewood were founded, from a practice he has dubbed 'Industrial Sabotage’. Karen Richards: Flora Non Evidens - is an installation of rare and endangered plants from Australia’s East. Embroidered and knitted using light reflective thread and viewed with a head torch these plants appear t o hover in space. String Theory Focus on Contemporary Australia Art an MCA Touring Exhibition explores innovative approaches to fibre in a contemporary context, bringing together over 30 artists and artist groups. For more details on all programs and events at Wollongong Art Gallery phone 02 4227 8500. (Exhibition dates - see advert) The Road to Wollongong.