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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2013
Huskisson / Jervis Bay 26 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Maritime Museum and Gallery is now featuring a never before seen exhibition through to May 2013. This remarkable exhibition marks and celebr ates both the centenary of Canberra and the 175th anniversary of Queanbeyan. Displays link the history and relationship of the development of Canberra, Queanbeyan and Jer vis Bay. What is little known is that beautiful Jer vis Bay was once planned to be the seaport for Canberra and the exhibition will feature many exhibits relating to this part of its history. See the plans of Henry Ferdinand Halloran, a very ambitious real estate developer who planned major cities around Jer vis Bay and Canberra. Much of the material used in the exhibition has never before been available for public display and reveals what might have happened to the development of Jer vis Bay.The Museum is open seven days. m t hi t rical xhi iti n REMEDIAL MASSAGE ORGANIC SPA FACIALS BODYTREATMENTS Call for more information or to see my full menu visit: handsonmobiletherapies.com.au 0403 537 165 2313311 Just 15 minutes off the highway is the vibrant town of Huskisson, perched on the shores of Jervis Bay and a favourite destination for a day out or a short break. Overlooking the sparkling waters of the bay, the village offers alfresco cafes and activities such as snorkelling, diving, cycling, swimming, kayaking, golf or take a cruise on the spectacular bay to see whales, dolphins, seals and scenery.There are plenty of parklands and playgrounds for the kids and great shopping for the ladies.The fashion boutiques and gift shops offer the best and latest at competitive prices. Enjoy markets, street parade, mass, pipe bands, events, entertainment and fireworks at 8pm. t h tft h ay Take a break and relax - dining alfresco at Huskisson. Go fishing, take a cruise or learn to dive. one of sailing's ic onic events, the is coming to Jer vis Bay.This will place Jer vis Bay among the previous championship destinations like Dubai, Honolulu, Suva, Noumea, China, Mexico, the Caribbean and French Polynesia. Don't miss the action of hundreds of competitors from around the world doing battle on the spectacular Jer vis Bay. i The restored Lady Denman. Maritime displays. Ask for our (02) 4441 5046 785 Woollamia Rd, Huskisson, Jervis Bay www.jervisbaycaravanpark.com.au 2326316 • Solar heated resort pool & spa • Undercover BBQs • Camp fire • Close to attractions • Private boat ramp & jetty • Kayak hire • Playground • Dump point • Camping to deluxe waterfront spa cabins • Pets welcome on powered & camp sites only • Camp kitchen • Courtesy bus to local clubs 'WINTER FEST' SPECIALS* Receive 20% off all bookings • FREE nights • Children stay FREE in July school holidays Book direct 4441 5046 *Winter Specials April 28 - September 1, 2013 Conditions apply (excludes June long weekend, Min 2 night booking) Must mention this advert when booking to receive discount Open 10am • 4pm 7 days • Woollamia Rd, Huskisson Ph: 4441 5675 www.ladydenman.asn.au 'World famous Maritime Museum' Lady Denman Heritage Complex • Restored "Lady Denman" ferry • Art gallery, museum & gift shop • Native wildflower and wetland garden • Ocean fish feeding pond • Mangrove boardwalk • Timbery's Aboriginal workshop Produce Markets first Saturday of the month The multi award-winning The multi award-winning 2097895
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