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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2011
Stanwell Park, Bulli & Corrimal www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 11 We'll get you closer! Just 20 minutes North of Wollongong www.symbiozoo.com.au Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Helensburgh Open daily 9:30am (closed Xmas Day) Ph: (02) 4294 1244 Illawarra Grevillea Park at Bulli is open on these weekends in 2011: July 23rd, 24th, 30th, 31st September 24th, 25th, October 1st, 2nd, 10am - 4pm. 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. Plants for sale 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 Take a walk and capture the breathtaking panoramic views across Bulli and out to sea and be amazed at the variety of grevilleas in bloom. 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. nat ants & an rama Picnic by 'the Chapel'. Many have found a secret fashion destination at , just ten minutes drive north of Wollongong. carries all the and customers enjoy the comfort of professionally trained staff and a great selection at competitive prices.You can also . Once you have visited the store and get into the system you can easily choose and buy online from wherever you live in the country. There are plent y of good cafes around in Corrimal, when you need a shopping break. aash oab dstato , one of Australia's fastest growing animal parks is now the home of a pair of rare These specta cular animals are enjoying their new safe, caring environment, all part of conser vation and breeding program to ensure their future sur vival. At Symbio you can also and see lots of native and exotic animals, birds and reptiles. More info www.symbiozoo.com.au s mb o d ad tr is regarded a s the picturesque gateway to the Illawarra and is an ideal destination for day trippers or a short break. While at Stanwell Park, don't miss visiting , owned by John and Frances Vander. John has been a full time artist for more than 33 years and has won many awards. His art work is represented in leading Australian galleries as well as in private collections here and overseas. , whose work is very well regarded and collected, will beThe Artist Featured at Article's for the . David's current series of paintings reflects his passion for the Great Barrier Reef and through his art wishes to make his audience aware of how precious and fragile this wonder of nature is. Each artwork reflects sublime but fragile beauty and is a calming focal point in any room.The show starts Fri, July 1 and will conclude on Sun, July 31 . Drinks and on Sat, July 2 from 2pm- 4pm . art and nature comb ne Take in the magnificent scenery along the Grand Pacific Drive. Moore Reef by David Brayshaw. Talented David Brayshaw demonstrates his artistic ability at Articles Gallery. Open: Monday to Saturday 232 Princes Highway Corrimal (10 mins north of Wollongong CBD) P: (02) 4285 3323 ~ E: email@example.com www.curvaceousbabes.com.au Fashion that fits 2186723 Specialising in sizes 14-26 • Free Women • Room to Move (RTM) • Fields Woman • Shape wear • Swish • Advocado • Wide calf boots • Cordelia Street & Collection