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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2013
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 15 You're invited to a big free party at the 26th J where the whole town is alive with jive as it swings and bops through a full weekend of fantastic Jazz & Blues grooves! The Kiama Jazz & Blues festival is free. There's no cover charge for the music and no excuses, just turn up and have fun! at over 20 venues. The line up includesVulgarGrad, Ray Beadle, Caravana Sun, Crystal Barreca, Don Hopkins, George Washingmachine, Pe arlnoire, Andrew Oh, Kinetic Method, AndrewToner, Dorothy Jane Gosper,The Jacky Howellers, Hot Potato, Spyglass Gypsies, Acca Daiquiris,TheVanns,Triple Karma and a host of others. Artists will be appearing at a variety of venues including the Kiama Leagues Club,The Sebel Harbourside Kiama, ,The Kiama Golf Club, Gerringong & Kiama Bowling Clubs and over 14 cafes & restaurants, plus a little random jazz & blues in unexpected places.... Events will include concerts, cabaret, Eat to the Beat, music in pubs, clubs, cafes & restaurants and plenty of ver ve in the atmosphere throughout town. r5fr gig ... it' a u ! Presented by the Kiama Jazz Club & supported by major sponsors Kiama Council, NSW Government & Ray White Kiama festival favourites. For programme visit website Caravana Sun Funkhouse VulgarGrad George Golla Kiama is steeped in history and reminders of an interesting past can easily be discovered by taking a casual stroll around the centre of town. A good place to start is at where the Kiama Lighthouse and Pilots Cottage are both buildings with much historic value. Wander the streets and enjoy the shopping then soak up the atmosphere over a latte or alfresco meal at one of the many cafes or restaurants. Book in and stay at -- for a real holiday away. Easts holiday park prides itself on top of the range facilities to keep every family member happy. Featuring a 25m pool, heated spa, children's wading pool, tennis courts, playgrounds, wireless internet, "Breakaway Café" and Minimart, a fully equipped, modern camp kitchen, BBQ areas plus much much more, you can even book a massage. See below for more info. It's definitely worth the drive to just to experience the great shops, and excellent food. A visit to is a must. The shop is full of surf gear. Perched on top of the hill Gerringong is the perfect little town to gaze at the rural views while breathing in the s ea breeze. See back page for more info. c a tal kiama and g rring ng , Spotlighting in the bush and Indigenous Storytelling are all great activities for the kids and adults as part of 'Stars on the Fly', a wonderful after hours event run over four nights from 7pmduring 17 -20 April. Enjoy a BBQ dinner on arrival followed by a guided treetop walk. For more info and bookings 1300 362 881 or visit ar lig h ar righ KiamaTerrace Shops. Kiama / Gerringong Ocean Street, Kiama phone 4232 2124 or 1800 674 444 www.eastsbeach.com.au Also visit our BIG4 Wagga Wagga Holiday Park- ph 02 6921 4287 Just 1.5hrs drive from Sydney, this 35 acre park is nestled in a valley with mountain backdrops and absolute beach frontage with golden sands and sapphire blue waters. Accommodation for all the family in luxury waterfront units or bunkhouse for groups. Villas, ensuite cabins, ensuite sites & powered sites. Tennis court, pool, mini mart, cafe, undercover bbq. 2094497 Where great memories are a holiday away ...
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