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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2011
Shellharbour 14 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au The parklands and playgrounds on the shores of Shellharbour are a popular family destination - Markets on the 4th Sunday of each month. isa popular day out destination. Still retaining its village charm, there is plenty to do and the kids love the playground and parklands down by the harbour. There's a great variety of fashion boutiques, cafes, restaurants and of course the famous award winning Ocean Beach Hotel (pictured). relax by the harbour The RooTheatre'sYouthTheatre Performance Group present "The Unexpected Guest".The performance group consists of school aged students from 13 to 18 yr old. A classic whodunit tale of intriguing proportions. Noises Off is a 1982 play by English playwright Michael Frayn.The idea for it was born in 1970, when Frayn was standing in the wings watching a performance of Chinamen, a farce that he had written for Lynn Redgrave. According to the playwright, "It was funnier from behind than in front and I thought that one day I must write a farce from behind." Bookings: 429 72 891 www.roo-theatre.com.au th atr sh fr ry ... Head to shellharbour's Ro oTheatre this Winter and see some great productions gtr dup 2nd Annual Motoring Expo June 12 Join us for the Grand Opening of the Paul Butler Wing. Historic racing motorcyles and personalities, prizes and trophies, live jazz, demo runs, historic motorcyles and cars welcome, period dress encouraged. This day has it all! Everyone welcome - gift bags for early arrivals.The Australian Motor Life Museum, Darkes Rd, Kembla Grange P: 4261 4100 It's free entry at Illawarra Light Railway Museum 10:30 to 4pmTues,Thurs, Sat and during scho ol holidays then the second Sunday of the month. BBQs & picnic grounds provided. Remember enclosed footware required. 48Tongarra Rd, Albion Park. a ab ard! Meet you at the ... Addison Street, Shellharbour Village Phone 4296 1399 Check out our menus and facilities on www.oceanbeachhotel.com.au For that special long lunch or dinner - 7 days For that special long lunch or dinner - 7 days 2094501 Lamberton House, Lamerton Crescent Shellharbour City Centre (behind Stockland Shellharbour) Book online at www.tourismshellharbour.com.au Call for a free Shellharbour Visitors Guide 1300 65 6169 or 02 4221 6169 2109498